Skip to content

hitachi ex 200 2 electric diagram

You search PDF repair manual about hitachi ex 200 2 electric diagram, if there are search results will appear below. If search results do not exist, please search by others keyword.

REV / SPEED METER Vehicle Specific Wiring Diagram Installation

Installation Precautions ?Do not use electro taps in the installation of this product. Electro taps can become loose over time causing the unit to malfunction. This can also lead to vehicle and product damage. Be sure to use wire crimpers and the included splices for a secure connection. ?Be sure that the harness is not exposed to metal. Always wrap all connections with electrical tape. ?How to use the Fittings Strip 5mm from wire Insert sleeve over wire Bend back exposed wire Place male fitting over This ECU terminal arrangement diagram is viewed from the direction of the arrow. The direction of the ECU varies depending upon the vehicle. Perform the installation work after confirming the connector shape and the number of pins. ?If any abnormal noise or abnormal smell is sensed during the installation work of this product stop the work immediately and contact the distributor or your nearest A*PEX business office Continuing the installation under such conditions may cause an electric shock or fire causing damage to electric devices.

Electric Trailer Brake Controller Installation Manual

In connection with the installation of such devices, please note the following. 1. Check the installed rear SAM. If a rear SAM with part number A164 540 78 45 or A164 540 88 45 is currently installed, a new rear SAM must be installed and version coded. The current part number is listed in the parts information section below. The cost of this update is not covered by warranty. Note: Some vehicles without a factory trailer hitch are equipped with a rear SAM that requires replacement with a different rear SAM if trailer brakes are to be retrofitted. 2. Locate plug X58/28. This contains the four wires needed for the electric trailer brake controller Refer to the below for wire description. a. Up to December 2006 production, X58/28 (Figure 1, green plug) near the rear fuse box F4 (Figure 1). Plug may be tie wrapped to harness below Rear SAM. b. As of December 2006 production, X58/28 (Figure 2, green plug) near the diagnostic connector X11/4 (Figure 2). Plug may be tie wrapped to harness above connector X11/4. Figure 1 T-B-31/1907 Figure 2 T-B-31.19/07d Wire Description – X58/28 Color Size Description Red or Red /Blue 2.5 mm2 Fuse F4f71, 30 Amp fuse. This is the power supply for an electric trailer brake controller. Brown 2.5 mm2W7 ground. This is the ground wire for an electric trailer brake controller Grey or Black/Red 0.75mm2 Brake light circuit. This is the brake signal for an electric trailer brake controller (input to the electronic brake controller). Yellow/Red or Yellow/White 2.5 mm2 X58/11 pin 7. This is the variable voltage signal to actuate the trailer brakes (from the output of the electronic brake controller). Note: Most electric trailer brake controllers specify that the power supply must be wired using a self resetting circuit breaker. Follow the instructions supplied with the electric trailer brake controller. Note: The above variation in wire colors depends on production date of factory harness and or installed accessory harness. Warning! The electric trailer brake controller must be adjusted according to the instructions supplied with the electric trailer brake controller, which requires the trailer be connected to the tow vehicle

999 Toyota Echo 2-door hatch conversion to electric drive, Installation Manual

Compliance With Design Rules The vehicle remains compliant with all the Australian Design Rules that the vehicle was designed and built to meet in 1999. 2. Battery Installation. 2.1(a) Battery Restraint – Engine compartment batteries; There are 5 x 24kg lead acid batteries in the engine compartment, which are mounted on a galvanised iron frame. Each battery is held to the frame with 2 polypropylene straps rated at 280kg each, which is equivalent to a crash deceleration rating of 23G. The galvanised iron frame is anchored to the chassis with 5 x M10 and 4 x M8 grade 8.8 high tensile bolts. The manufacturer of these bolts specifies a single shear rating (across the threads) of 26kN (M10) and 16kN (M8). This equates to 2,650kg and 1,630kg respectively at 1G. This gives a total anchoring capacity of 19,770kg. The 20G mass of the batteries and frame is ((5 x 24kg) + 15kg) x 20 = 2700kg. Therefore the 20G requirement is surpassed by a multiple of 7. 2.1(b) Battery Restraint – Rear battery rack; Similarly there are another 5 x 24kg lead acid batteries in a galvanised iron frame at the rear of the vehicle. A 12mm MS rod anchored in 4 positions holds down the batteries in this rack. The frame is anchored to the two rear chassis cross members with 8 x M10 grade 8.8 high tensile bolts. Total shear strength = 21,200kg. 20G mass of batteries and frame = 2700kg. Therefore the 20G rating is also surpassed by a multiple of 7. 2.2 Both battery racks are mounted externally to the body shell with no permanent openings between the batteries and the interior of the vehicle. 2.3 Both battery racks are made from 4mm galvanised steel. The rear rack has 1.5mm aluminium sheeting on all sides (to protect the batteries from debris). 2.4 Not applicable. 2.5 Not applicable. 2.6 Not applicable.

2005-2009 Toyota Tacoma Electric Fan Kit Installation manual

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS——— REMOVAL OF EXISTINGF AN AND SHROUD ASSEMBLY: 1. Make sure the engine is cool. 2. Disconnect negative (-) battery cable from battery. 3. Remove plastic protective cover from top of engine/intake manifold. Two acorn nuts located in front are to be removed first. Lift front of cover and notice the cover is hinging at back. Pull to disconnect at pivot point. 4. Remove plastic cover bridging shroud to topcross member. (9 ea) Push-type plastic rivets need to be removed (see Detail 1) . Prying each center post up with a flat-end screwdriver will release fastener. 5. Remove overflow hose from radiator filler neck. 6. Remove top bolts (2ea.) holding fan shroud to radiator side tanks. Save bolts for instal- lationofnew shroud (see Detail 2) . 7. Remove (4ea.) nuts securing fan-clutch assembly (see Detail 3) ; then pull fan-clutch assembly and shroud out simultaneously. 8. Important: Re-secure pulley with new washers of kit bag#13615 and original pulley nuts. Detail1 Plastic Cover Plastic Rivets Detail2 Save bolts for new installation rev. 04-20-09 part no. 99678 Detail3 INSTALLATION OF NEW ELECTRIC FAN SHROUD: 1. Mount bracket#67802 to driver’ssideofshroud. Use the hex bolts and washers provided. Note: Leave the bracket loosely mounted for now; you will adjust and tighten them later (see Detail 4& 4a) . 2. Lower shroud, with one bracket only, into position inserting bottom of bracket into slot at bottom of side tank (driver’sside). Loosely secure top of bracket using factory bolt, saved from step#6 of page 1 3. Attach overflow tank to bracket#67801 using supplied hardware included with overflow tank (see Detail4&4b) . 4. Attach bracket#67801 to passenger’ssideradiator tank and fan shroud; a. Insert bottom of bracket into slot at bottom of side tank. b. Loosely secure top of bracket using factory bolt, saved from step#6. c. Mount bracket loosely to shroud using the hex bolts and washers provided (see Detail 4 &4b) . 5. After both brackets and shroud are attached; make final adjustments utilizing slots provided. When tightening the brackets, adjust the fan so that the rubber seal is contacting the radiator core and compress the seal about~50%. Note: It may help to have a friend hold the fan against the core while tightening brackets. 6. Mount rubber hose supplied to radiator filler neck and to the shorter of the two tubes protruding from bottom of overflow tank (see Detail 4) . 7. If you disconnected any hoses or drained coolant to install the fan, reconnect the hoses and refill the radiator. At this time fill overflow tank~25%of capacity


INSTALLATION: 1. In order to properly remove the choke thermostat from the choke housing, an 11/64″drill bit must be used to drill out the rivets attaching the choke cover to the choke housing (See Figure 1) . Drill through choke housing to provide clearance for self-tapping screws provided. 2. Attach the electric choke thermostat to the housing using the supplied self-tapping screws and retaining clips. 3. Connect the supplied choke wire to a 12 volt key-on switched source (Power is on ONLY when ignition key is in the “ON”position), and attach the connector end of the wire to the choke thermostat. NOTE: Always disconnect the battery before making any electrical connections. 4. Using the supplied 1/4″vacuum cap, block off the open vacuum tube on the carburetors choke housing (See Figure 1)