Troubleshooting


Self-diagnostic Procedures

I. When the Check Engine light has been reported on, do the following:

1. Connect the Service Check Connector terminals with a jumper wire (the Service Check Connector is located in the left side of the engine bay ( thing with yellow rubber cap). Turn the ignition switch ON.

2. Note the CODE: the Check Engine light indicates a failure code by the length and number of flashes. The Check Engine light can indicate any number of simultaneous component problems by blinking separate codes, one after another. Problem codes 1 through 9 are indicated by a individual short blinks. Problem codes 10 through 59 are indicated by a series of long and short blinks. The number of long blinks equals the first digit, the number of short blinks equals the second digit.

II. ECU Reset Procedure

1. Turn the ignition switch off.

2. Remove the ECU (backup) fuse (7.5A) from the main fuse box 10 seconds to reset ECU.

III. Final Procedure (this procedure must be done after any troubleshooting)

1. Remove the Jumper Wire.
NOTE: If the Service Check Connector is jumpered the Check Engine light will stay on.

2. Do the ECU Reset Procedure.

 

SELF-DIAGNOSIS
INDICATOR BLINKS

SYSTEM INDICATED

0

ECU

1

OXYGEN SENSOR

3

MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE (MAP SENSOR)

4

CLANK ANGLE SENSOR

5

MANIFOLD ABSOLUTE PRESSURE (MAP SENSOR)

6

COOLANT TEMPERATURE (TW SENSOR)

7

THROTTLE ANGLE SENSOR

8

TDC SENSOR

9

No.1 CYLINDER POSITION (CYL SENSOR)

10

INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE (TA SENSOR)

13

ATOMOSPHERIC PRESSURE (PA SENSOR)

14

ELECTRONIC AIR CONTOROL (EACV)

15

IGNITION OUTPUT SIGNAL

17

VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR

41

OXYGEN SENSOR HEATER