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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 28-09-2009
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
This Service Bulletin is to inform you of the Electrical Wiring Diagram for RAV4 equipped with 1CD-
FTV engine.RELAY LOCATIONS ELECTRICAL WIRING ROUTING OVERALL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM CONNECTOR JOINING WIRE HARNESS AND WIRE HARNESS
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 19-03-2011
DEFOGGERS Fig. 1: Defogger Circuit HORN Fig. 2: Horn Circuit POWER ANTENNA Fig. 3: Power Antenna Circuit POWER DOOR LOCKS Fig. 4: Power Door Lock Circuit POWER SEATS Fig. 5: Power Seat Circuits POWER WINDOWS Fig. 6: Power Window Circuit, 2 Door RADIO Fig. 7: Mono Radio Circuit Fig. 8: Stereo Radio Circuit STARTING/CHARGING Fig. 9: Charging Circuit Fig. 10: Starting Circuit TRUNK, TAILGATE, FUEL DOOR Fig. 11: Trunk Release Circuit WIPER/WASHER Fig. 12: 2-Speed Wiper/Washer Circuit Fig. 13: Interval Wiper/Washer Circuit PART 2 Fig. 1: Engine Compartment Fig. 2: Engine Compartment (Cont.) Fig. 3: Fuse Block & Underdash Fig. 4: Underdash (Cont.) & Instrument Panel Fig. 5: Instrument Panel (Cont.) Fig. 6: Rear Compartment & Accessories SUB-SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS CANADIAN MODELS Fig. 7: Kicker System Wiring Diagram (5.0L “B” Body A/C) Fig. 8: A/C Kicker System (3.8L “B” & “G” Body) Wiring Diagram Fig. 9: Electric Choke Heater (3.8L “B” & “G” Body) Wiring Diagram Fig. 10: Electric Choke Heater (3.8L “B” Body Without Gauges) Fig. 11: Electric Choke Heater (5.0L “B” & “G” Body) Fig. 12: Early Fuel Evap System (“B” & “G” Body) Wiring Diagram Fig. 13: TCC (“B” & “G” Body, 3 or 4-Speed Auto. Trans.)
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 10-08-2010
NOTE: Wiring Diagrams are classified by OE as belonging to one of three categories. These Three OE Categories Are:: 1 – Standard Equipment 2 – Engine Specific 3 – System Specific and Optional Equipment Presents These Three Categories As Follows: Standard Equipment This category includes equipment such as Instrument Cluster and Gauges, Headlights/Tail Lights/Turn Signals, Rear Window Defroster, Wipers and Washers, etc.. Standard equipment is found on all vehicles regardless of which engine or optional equipment is installed. The Standard Equipment diagrams can be found at Power and Ground Distribution diagrams. These diagrams have a hyperlinked Wiring Diagram Index that lists all of the components shown within them. Click on the link for the component in question, and the link will take you to the first appropriate diagram with that component’s circuit. Engine Specific This category includes components and systems circuits such as Starting and Charging Systems, Engine Controls, Ignition System, Fuel Injection System, etc., which are unique to a specific engine. The Engine Specific diagrams can be found at Powertrain Management diagrams. These diagrams have a hyperlinked Wiring Diagram Index that lists all of the components shown within them. Click on the link for the component in question, and the link will take you to the first appropriate diagram with that component’s circuit. System Specific and Optional Equipment This category includes equipment such as Air Bag Systems, Anti-lock Brake System, Heated Seats, HVAC System, Comfort System, etc. and provides circuit details for those systems and components
Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 29-04-2010
1. Align the timing mark on the timing belt pulley and camshaft pulley with the marks. 2. Remove all the spark plugs.
NOTE: This is to prevent compression while rotating the timing belt. 3. This procedure must be used to install the timing belt. (1) Install the timing belt tensioner and spring. (2) Position the timing belt tensioner all the way to the intake side, and temporarily
secure it by tightening the lock bolt. Install the timing belt on the crankshaft
pulley and the camshaft pulley from the tension side (the right side as viewed from
the front of the engine) so that tension is retained.
Filed Under (Hyundai) by admin on 16-03-2011
A water leak between the front outer panel and cowl panels may result in corrosion of the front door wiring connector pins if the vehicle is operated in areas where road salt is used. The corrosion may affect the operation of the electrical circuits in the door, such as the speakers, power windows, etc. To correct this condition, reseal the seams and inspect the door wiring connectors for corrosion. If necessary, replace the door wiring connector and the door wiring by following the service procedures described in this TSB. SEALING THE PANEL SEAMS: NOTE: This sealing procedure applies to both left and right sides. 1. Open the hood. 2. Locate the “A” pillar outer panel and cowl panel seaming area at the base of the “A” pillar. 3. Lift up the lower end of windshield glass molding to obtain space for sealant application. 4. Clean the sealant application area on both the left and right sides of the vehicle (fender removed in photo for clarity). 5. Apply clear sealant along the seam line between “A” pillar panel and cowl panel from the engine compartment as shown in the photo. 6. Use appropriate tool or finger (with rubber nitrate gloves) to smooth material to seal the sealant. NOTE: Apply enough sealant to completely fill the seam. Be careful not to drip excess sealant in the engine compartment or on the hood. – Photo shows panel seams where sealant is applied on left side. – Repeat for the right side. 7. Open the front door. 8. Apply the clear sealant to the seam between “A” pillar panel and the fender mounting bracket from inside the door opening. 9. Apply the clear sealant to the bottom of the fender mounting bracket and the top of the hinge. 10. Use appropriate tool or finger (with rubber nitrate gloves) to smooth material to seal the sealant. NOTE: Apply enough sealant to completely fill the seam. Be careful not to drip excess sealant on the door trim or in the interior. – Sealant is applied along the top edge of the fender bracket.