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1995 Volvo 850 L5-2.3L Turbo Relay Identification and Location

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Filed Under (Volvo Manuals) by admin on 02-05-2012

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Relay Identification and Location Relays Inside the Central Electrical Unit 101-102Control module, cruise control (4/3) 103 Fuel pump relay (2/23) 104,108Main headlight relay with bulb malfunction indicator (2/1) 105 Overload relay +X supply (2/30) 106 Overload relay +15 supply (2/31) 107 Overload relay +X supply (2/60) 201 Fog light relay (2/2) 202 Relay, deadlock setting (2/47) 203 Relay, windshield intermittent wiper (2/4) 204 Relay, tailgate intermittent wiper (2/16) 205-206Relay, central lock and delayed inside lighting (2/7) 207 Speed warning (2/51) or exhaust temp. sensor relay (2/15) 208 Relay, heated rear window and door mirrors (2/44) 210-211Relay, anti-theft alarm (2/28) 212 Relay, seat belt reminder/key warning (2/5) 213 Front fog lights, bridge (25/9) 214 Relay, heated rear seat (2/43) If the car is not equipped with a theft alarm, position 210 is bridged and 211 is unconnected. Relays Outside the Central Electrical Unit

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Carbon Fiber Seat Heater Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 18-04-2012

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Installation Summary – Overview 1. Remove the existing front or rear seat covers. 2. Take note of whether the covers reattach by way of Velcro or Hog rings. 3. The Wire Connector with Purple & Black colored wires is seat the connector which will enable the use of both High & Low temperature functions. 4. Place the heating pads on the seat and at the Listing Reattachment Area mark the pad with a pen. You will be cutting 2 holes per pad. The holes should be equidistant. Example: If your listing length for Velcro or hog rings is 12′ in length then, make a hole at the 4″ & 8″ point. (The Seat Heaters may also be trimmed in length) 5. Now separate the protective adhesive backing at the backside of the heating pads and carefully align your pad and holes with the listing area and press the pads against the seat foam to secure the pad in place. 6. Reinstalling the Covers: Tip: For Backrest Covers, turn the cover inside-out and roll the cover back down the backrest, then reattach the plastic clips. For Seat Bottoms, start by attaching your Velcro or hog ring listings and then proceed to work outwards. Don’t work from front to back or from left to right – start from the middle then work outwards! 7. Switch Location: The diameter of the hole for the switch is 13/16″ or 21mm & the most common location for the switch is on the plastic trim located at the side of the seat. 8. Power Sources: The most common sources are the Accessory Panel, Power Seat, Cigarette Lighter/Accessory Outlet, and Steering Column. However, we recommend drawing power via a relayed key- start trigger sourced directly from the battery. This avoids onboard electronic system interference. ***Warning: If you are installing seat heaters into a vehicle which has a Passenger Side Occupancy Detection System for the Air Bags , You Must Observe The Following: When you remove the seat bottom seat covers, identify whether or not the seat is equipped with topside sensors. They are usually visible and resemble flat circular disks which are interconnected or rectangular in shape. If you are uncertain, you must contact a service department professional for confirmation. Toyota, Kia and Hyundai usually locate the sensors on top of the seat bottom core foam. Honda usually locates the sensors on the face of the seat backrest. In either case, for that particular seat (usually passenger sides only) use only the 2-temp wire connector with one of our seat heater pads. (Disconnect one of the other pads – you will not need it) *The dual temperature wire connector is attached to a black and a purple wire. This will allow dual temperature function with the use of only a single pad

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Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 11-03-2012

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Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual A. Product Overview A.1.1 Features and Benefits 2. Venus® Glass Panel A.1.2 Technical Drawing The Event Spoiler is the most advanced technological spoiler sunroof and is available in four models: Event 450 HS, Event 450 OE, Event 450 QF, and Event 300 QF. The Event Spoiler gives you a safe and reliable installation, it passed all TUV Tests related to FMVSS and meets or exceeds all applicable FMVSS-Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. 6. Auto Close Event Series Spoilers 1. Illuminated Switch with One Touch™ 5. Built in water management system 3. Integrated Wind Deflector 4. 450 HS is equipped with a Sliding Sunshade and built in louvered handle 12.5 x 23 20.125 x 31.5 12.625 x 23 For additional information, such as application guides, please visit us at www.inalfasunroofs.com 450 QF 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 450 OE 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 450 SS 19 x 32.25 20 x 33.5 18.25 x 31.75 300 QF 15.75 x 29.5 17 x 30.5 15.125 x 28.75 Template Overall Frame Overall Glass Trim Panel Trim Panel DLO 32.75 x 34 14.5 x 24.75 25 x 34.75 12.5 x 23 n/a 2 Product Overview Inalfa Event Spoiler Series Installation and Service Manual B. Preface B.1 Event Spoiler Operating Instructions To initialize, the following closed position must be defined. É To Close , tap the operating switch on the front side of the switch. The glass panel will move to the fully opened vent position. A second tap will fully close the roof. Additional Features Auto Close function allows the sunroof to close automatically when switching off the vehicles ignition. During the Auto Close function, simply depress the switch to cancel, this will return the glass panel to the position it was in prior to the start of the Auto Close function, depressing the switch again will reactivate the Auto Close. The Event Spoiler can be operated in two modes Continuous and One Touch™ . Continuous mode allows the Event Spoiler to be operated by holding down the operating switch in either direction. Releasing the switch will stop the glass panel immediately. One Touch™ mode allows the Event Spoiler to be operated without holding the operating switch down and can be canceled by any switch activation. É To Open , tap the operating switch on the backside of the switch marked with a white spot. The glass panel will go to a fully opened vent position. A second tap will fully open the roof. If desired, the sunshade can be closed in this position To complete the initalization process, the glass panel must be moved to the fully opened position using One Touch™ mode.

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Battery Electrical Drain/ Parasitic Load Test Repair Manual

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 29-05-2012

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1. Disconnect the battery negative cable 2. Install the male end of the J 38758 to the negative battery terminal. 3. Turn OFF the test switch. 4. Install the negative battery cable to the female end of the test switch. 5. Install the Scan Tool (or equivalent) or wait for 20 minutes. 6. Turn ON the test switch. 7. Road test the vehicle while activating all accessories, including the radio and the air conditioning. 8. Lower the door glass, then exit the vehicle. Do not move the door handle after closing the door. 9. Open the hood. Important The power down timer will reset to 20 minutes if any wake up inputs are received by a Class 2 device (after the scan tool has put all Class 2 devices to sleep). 10. Put all of the Class 2 devices into the sleep mode. 11. Turn OFF the ignition switch. Remove the key. Important From this point on, electrical continuity must be maintained in the ground circuit of the battery through the Test Switch J 38758 in the ON position or through the ammeter J 39200 . 12. Components such as PCM, VCM, Automatic Air Conditioning, and the Truck Body Control Module have timers that draw several amps of current while they cycle down. This can give a false parasitic drain reading. Wait 20 minutes for these components to power down before continuing this test (or use the scan tool to put all Class 2 devices to sleep). 13. Connect a jumper wire with a 10 A fuse J 36169-A to the terminals of the test switch. 14. Turn the test switch to the OFF position. 15. Wait ten seconds. If the fuse does not blow, the current is less than 10 A. The ammeter can be used safely. 16. Before the fused jumper wire is removed, turn the test switch to the ON position. Important If an ammeter other than the J 39200 is used, ensure that the vehicle does not have a high current drain that would damage the ammeter when connected to the circuit. 17. Perform the following procedure in order to detect a high current drain: A. Set the ammeter J 39200 to the 10 A scale. B. Connect the ammeter to the test switch terminals. C. Turn OFF the test switch. This allows the current to flow through the ammeter. D. Wait one minute, then inspect the current reading. Ñ When there is a current reading of 2 A or less, turn ON the test switch, this maintains continuity in the electrical system. Ñ Then, switch the meter down to the 2 A scale, for a more accurate reading, when the test switch is reopened. E. Open the test switch. F. Take the reading in milliamps. G. Note the battery reserve capacity. Refer to Battery Usage . Ñ Divide this number by 4. Example: 90/4 = 22.5 Ñ Compare this to the ammeter reading. Ñ The current drain in milliamps should not exceed this number. Ñ Example: if a battery has a reserve capacity of 90 minutes, the current drain should not exceed 22 milliamps. H. When the current draw is too high, remove the electrical system fuses one at a time until the draw returns to a value less than or equal to specifications. Ñ Start with the fuses that are hot all the time. Ñ To remove the fuse, you must first open the door, which causes a high enough current flow to damage the ammeter. Ñ Protect the ammeter, without disturbing the electrical continuity, by turning ON the test tool before opening the door. Ñ Remove the courtesy lamp fuse. Ñ Note the ammeter reading. Ñ If the parasitic load is still excessive, start removing the remaining fuses one at a time. Ñ Keep the courtesy lamp fuse out during diagnosis, so the door can remain open. Ñ Perform Steps 11 through 13 each time a fuse is removed. I. Removing the PCM or VCM fuse should cause a drop of less than 10 milliamps. A drop greater than 10 milliamps indicates a possible short to ground. J. Check the orange wires along with the components connected to the orange wires. No drop in the milliampere reading indicates the PCM or VCM is not drawing current. K. Repeat the parasitic current drain test procedure after any repair has been completed. L. When the cause of the excessive current draw has been located and repaired, remove the ammeter and the parasitic draw test switch.

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1984-1995 Honda Civic/ CRX Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) System Repair Manual

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Filed Under (Honda Manuals) by admin on 22-04-2012

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The PCV system is designed to prevent blow-by gas from escaping to the atmosphere by drawing it directly into the intake manifold. The PCV valve contains a spring-loaded plunger which is lifted in proportion to intake manifold vacuum. Under high vacuum, blow-by is returned directly to the manifold through the breather chamber and PCV valve with fresh air. When intake manifold vacuum decreases (wide open throttle) and vacuum in the air cleaner increases, the PCV valve closes and the blow-by is returned through the cylinder head cover breather hose and into the air cleaner. The PCV valve also acts as a check valve when the engine backfires to prevent crankcase explosion. Fig. 1: PCV system components-1984-87 1.5L engines Fig. 2: PCV system components-1988-91 1.6L engines Fig. 3: PCV system components-1992-95 engines Fig. 4: PCV system components-1984-87 carbureted engines SERVICE Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) Valve For PCV valve removal, refer to Routine Maintenance of this information. 1. Locate the PCV valve. With the engine running at idle, use pliers to pinch the PCV hose between the valve and the intake manifold. It should be possible to hear the spring loaded valve click shut. 2. If no click is heard, remove the valve from the engine but leave it connected to the intake manifold. A hissing sound should be heard and vacuum should be felt at the valve inlet. 3. If no vacuum is felt, remove the valve from the intake manifold hose. The engine should stall or almost stall. This will indicate a stuck valve or clogged hose. Check the breather hose for clogging or leaks and replace any defective parts. Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) System FUEL INJECTED ENGINES General Information See Figure 3 The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system is used to control emissions measured at the tailpipe. Components included are the EGR valve and controls. The EGR system uses a poppet type valve to regulate the amount of exhaust gas flowing into the intake manifold. The flow path is cast into the cylinder head and does not use any external tubing. A control solenoid valve regulates the amount of vacuum to the EGR valve. A Constant Volume Control (CVC) valve provides a constant amount of vacuum to the control solenoid valve over a wide range of engine vacuum. When servicing or repairing any part of the emissions system, it is absolutely essential to check for any obvious mechanical faults or failures. Remember, a trouble code only indicates which sensor or circuit is affected by the problem. Simple mechanical faults such as a vacuum leak or poor electrical connection can cause a fault code. The EGR valve is not simply open or closed but is modulated by controlling the amount of engine vacuum to the valve diaphragm, up to a maximum of 8 in. Hg of vacuum. The EGR valve has a sensor in the top of the valve that reports valve lift to the ECU (same as ECM, 1992-95). The ECU modulates the position of the control solenoid valve to control the EGR valve lift according to an internal program. Upstream of the control solenoid valve, the CVC provides a constant supply of vacuum so EGR control is precise under all manifold vacuum conditions

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Honda Civic/ CRX Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) System OPERATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Honda Manuals) by admin on 28-01-2012

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The PCV system is designed to prevent blow-by gas from escaping to the atmosphere by drawing it directly into the intake manifold. The PCV valve contains a spring-loaded plunger which is lifted in proportion to intake manifold vacuum. Under high vacuum, blow-by is returned directly to the manifold through the breather chamber and PCV valve with fresh air. When intake manifold vacuum decreases (wide open throttle) and vacuum in the air cleaner increases, the PCV valve closes and the blow-by is returned through the cylinder head cover breather hose and into the air cleaner. The PCV valve also acts as a check valve when the engine backfires to prevent crankcase explosion. Fig. 1: PCV system components-1984-87 1.5L engines Fig. 2: PCV system components-1988-91 1.6L engines Fig. 3: PCV system components-1992-95 engines Fig. 4: PCV system components-1984-87 carbureted engines
SERVICE Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) Valve For PCV valve removal, refer to Routine Maintenance of this information. 1. Locate the PCV valve. With the engine running at idle, use pliers to pinch the PCV hose between the valve and the intake manifold. It should be possible to hear the spring loaded valve click shut. 2. If no click is heard, remove the valve from the engine but leave it connected to the intake manifold. A hissing sound should be heard and vacuum should be felt at the valve inlet. 3. If no vacuum is felt, remove the valve from the intake manifold hose. The engine should stall or almost stall. This will indicate a stuck valve or clogged hose. Check the breather hose for clogging or leaks and replace any defective parts. Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) System FUEL INJECTED ENGINES General Information See Figure 3 The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system is used to control emissions measured at the tailpipe. Components included are the EGR valve and controls. The EGR system uses a poppet type valve to regulate the amount of exhaust gas flowing into the intake manifold. The flow path is cast into the cylinder head and does not use any external tubing. A control solenoid valve regulates the amount of vacuum to the EGR valve. A Constant Volume Control (CVC) valve provides a constant amount of vacuum to the control solenoid valve over a wide range of engine vacuum.

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