* ELECTRICAL SYSTEM UNIFORM INSPECTION GUIDELINES *
1988 Jeep Cherokee
GENERAL INFORMATION
Electrical System Motorist Assurance Program
Standards For Automotive Repair
All Makes and Models
INTRODUCTION TO MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM (MAP)
CONTENTS
OVERVIEW OF MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM
OVERVIEW OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS & SUGGESTIONS
ACTUATOR MOTORS (SOLENOIDS) (ELECTRIC)
ACTUATOR MOTORS (VACUUM)
AIR BAGS
ALTERNATORS AND GENERATORS
AMPLIFIERS
ANTENNAS
BATTERIES
BATTERY CABLES
BATTERY CABLES
BATTERY HOLD DOWN HARDWARE
BATTERY TRAYS AND HOLD DOWN HARDWARE
BATTERY WIRES
BELTS
BULB SOCKETS
BULBS, SEALED BEAMS AND LEDS
CD PLAYERS
CIGARETTE LIGHTER ASSEMBLIES
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
CLUTCH SWITCHES
CONNECTORS
CONTROL MODULES
CRUISE CONTROL BRAKE SWITCHES
CRUISE CONTROL CABLES
CRUISE CONTROL CLUTCH SWITCHES
CRUISE CONTROL LINKAGES AND CABLES
CRUISE CONTROL RESERVOIRS
CRUISE CONTROL TUBES
CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM DUMP RELEASE VALVES
CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM HOSES, TUBES AND RESERVOIRS
CRUISE CONTROL VEHICLE SPEED SENSORS
DEFOGGERS
DEFROSTERS
DELAYS
DIMMERS
ELECTRIC HEATERS
EQUALIZERS
FUSE BLOCKS
FUSE BOXES AND BLOCKS
FUSES, FUSIBLE LINKS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS
FUSIBLE LINKS
GAUGES
GENERATORS
GROUND CABLES AND STRAPS
GROUND STRAPS
HEADLIGHT ADJUSTERS
HEATING ELEMENTS (DEFROSTERS, DEFOGGERS, ELECTRIC HEATERS AND SEATS)
HORNS AND SIRENS
IGNITION SWITCHES
INDICATOR LIGHTS
KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPADS AND TRANSMITTERS
KEYLESS ENTRY TRANSMITTERS
LEDS
LENSES
MICROPHONES
MIRRORS (ELECTROCHROMATIC AND HEATED)
MOTORS
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCHES
ODOMETERS
ODOMETERS, SPEEDOMETERS AND TACHOMETERS (CABLE-DRIVEN)
PULLEYS
RECEIVERS, AMPLIFIERS, EQUALIZERS AND SUB-WOOFER VOLUME CONTROLS
RELAY BOXES
RELAYS
SEALED BEAMS
SEAT HEATERS
SECURITY ALARM SENSORS
SIRENS
SOLENOIDS
SPEAKERS AND MICROPHONES
SPEEDOMETER AND TACHOMETER LINKAGES AND CABLES
SPEEDOMETER CABLES
SPEEDOMETERS
STARTERS
SUB-WOOFER VOLUME CONTROLS
SWITCHES
TACHOMETER CABLES
TACHOMETERS
TAPE PLAYERS AND CD PLAYERS
TENSIONERS
TIMERS
TIRE PRESSURE SENSORS
TRANSCEIVERS
TRANSDUCERS
VACUUM ACCUMULATORS (RESERVOIRS)
VACUUM RESERVOIRS
VOLTAGE REGULATORS
WASHER FLUID LEVEL SENDERS
WASHER PUMPS
WIPER ARMS AND BLADES
WIPER BLADES
WIPER HOSES AND NOZZLES
WIPER LINKAGES
WIPER NOZZLES
WIPER PUMP RESERVOIRS
WIRING HARNESSES AND CONNECTORS
INTRODUCTION TO MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM (MAP)
OVERVIEW OF MOTORIST ASSURANCE PROGRAM
The Motorist Assurance Program is the consumer outreach
effort of the Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association, Inc.
(AMRA). Participation in the Motorist Assurance Program is drawn from
retailers, suppliers, independent repair facilities, vehicle
manufacturers and industry associations.
Our organizations mission is to strengthen the relationship
between the consumer and the auto repair industry. We produce
materials that give motorists the information and encouragement to
take greater responsibility for their vehicles-through proper,
manufacturer-recommended, maintenance. We encourage participating
service and repair shops (including franchisees and dealers) to adopt
(1) a Pledge of Assurance to their Customers and (2) the Motorist
Assurance Program Standards of Service. All participating service
providers have agreed to subscribe to this Pledge and to adhere to the
promulgated Standards of Service demonstrating to their customers that
they are serious about customer satisfaction.
These Standards of Service require that an inspection of the
vehicles (problem) system be made and the results communicated to the
customer according to industry standards. Given that the industry did
not have such standards, the Motorist Assurance Program successfully
promulgated industry inspection communication standards in 1994-95 for
the following systems: Exhaust, Brakes, ABS, Steering and Suspension,
Engine Maintenance and Performance, HVAC, and Electrical Systems.
Further, revisions to all of these inspection communication standards
are continually re-published.
In addition to these, standards for Drive Train and
Transmissions have recently been promulgated. Participating shops
utilize these Uniform Inspection & Communication Standards as part of
the inspection process and for communicating their findings to their
customers.
The Motorist Assurance Program continues to work
cooperatively and proactively with government agencies and consumer
groups toward solutions that both benefit the customer and are
mutually acceptable to both regulators and industry. We maintain the
belief that industry must retain control over how we conduct our
business, and we must be viewed as part of the solution and not part
of the problem. Meetings with state and other government officials
(and their representatives), concerned with auto repair and/or
consumer protection, are conducted. Feedback from these sessions is
brought back to the association, and the program adjusted as needed.
To assure auto repair customers recourse if they were not
satisfied with a repair transaction, the Motorist Assurance Program
offers mediation and arbitration through MAP/BBB-CARE and other nonprofit
organizations. MAP conducted pilot programs in twelve states
before announcing the program nationally in October, 1998. During the
pilots, participating repair shops demonstrated their adherence to the
Pledge and Standards and agreed to follow the UICS in communicating
the results of their inspection to their customers. To put some
"teeth" in the program, an accreditation requirement for shops was
initiated. The requirements are stringent, and a self-policing method
has been incorporated which includes the "mystery shopping" of
outlets.
We welcome you to join us as we continue our outreach... with
your support, both the automotive repair industry and your customers
will reap the benefits. Please visit MAP at our Internet site www.
motorist.org or contact us at:
1444 I Street, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
Phone (202) 712-9042 Fax (202) 216-9646
January 1999
MAP UNIFORM INSPECTION GENERAL GUIDELINES
OVERVIEW OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS & SUGGESTIONS
It is MAP policy that all exhaust, brake, steering,
suspension, wheel alignment, drive-line, engine performance and
maintenance, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and
electrical services be offered and performed under the standards and
procedures specified in these sections.
Before any service is performed on a vehicle, an inspection
of the appropriate system must be performed. The results of this
inspection must be explained to the customer and documented on an
inspection form. The condition of the vehicle and its components will
indicate what services/part replacements may be "Required" or
"Suggested". In addition, suggestions may be made to satisfy the
requests expressed by the customer.
When a component is suggested or required to be repaired or
replaced, the decision to repair or replace must be made in the
customers best interest, and at his or her choice given the options
available.
This section lists the various parts and conditions that
indicate a required or suggested service or part replacement. Although
this list is extensive, it is not fully inclusive. In addition to this
list, a technician may make a suggestion. However, any suggestions
must be based on substantial and informed experience, or the vehicle
manufacturers recommended service interval and must be documented.
Some conditions indicate that service or part replacement is
required because the part in question is no longer providing the
function for which it is intended, does not meet a vehicle
manufacturers design specification or is missing.
Example:
An exhaust pipe has corroded severely and has a hole
in it through which exhaust gases are leaking. Replacement of
the exhaust pipe in this case is required due to functional
failure.
Example:
A brake rotor has been worn to the point where it measures
less than the vehicle manufacturers discard specifications.
Replacement of the rotor is required because it does not meet
design specifications.
Some conditions indicate that a service or part replacement
is suggested because the part is close to the end of its useful life
or addresses a customers need, convenience or request. If a
customers vehicle has one of these conditions, the procedure may be
only to suggest service.
Example:
An exhaust pipe is rusted, corroded or weak, but no leaks are
present. In this case, the exhaust pipe has not failed.
However, there is evidence that the pipe may need replacement
in the near future. Replacement of the pipe may be suggested
for the customers convenience in avoiding a future problem.
Example:
The customer desires improved ride and/or handling, but the
vehicles shocks or struts have not failed. In this case,
replacement may be suggested to satisfy the customers
wishes. In this case, replacement of the shocks or struts may
not be sold as a requirement.
A customer, of course, has the choice of whether or not a
shop will service his or her vehicle. He or she may decide not to
follow some of your suggestions. When a repair is required, a MAP shop
must refuse partial service on that system if, in the judgment of the
service provider, proceeding with the work could create or continue an
unsafe condition. When a procedure states that required or suggested
repair or replacement is recommended, the customer must be informed of
the generally acceptable repair/replacement options whether or not
performed by the shop.
When presenting suggested repairs to the customer, you must
present the facts, allowing the customer to draw their own conclusions
and make an informed decision about how to proceed.
The following reasons may be used for required and suggested
services. These codes are shown in the "Code" column of the MAP
Uniform Inspection & Communications Standards that follow:
Reasons to Require Repair or Replacement
A - Part no longer performs intended purpose
B - Part does not meet a design specification (regardless of
performance)
C - Part is missing
NOTE: When a repair is required, the shop must refuse partial
service to the system in question, if the repair creates
or continues an unsafe condition.
Reasons to Suggest Repair or Replacement
1 - Part is close to the end of its useful life (just above
discard specifications, or weak; failure likely to occur
soon, etc.)
2 - To address a customer need, convenience, or request (to
stiffen ride, enhance performance, eliminate noise,
etc.)
3 - To comply with maintenance recommended by the vehicles
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
4 - Technicians recommendation based on substantial and
informed experience
NOTE: Suggested services are always optional. When presenting
suggested repairs to the customer, you must present the
facts, allowing the customer to draw their own conclusions
and make an informed decision about how to proceed.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
SERVICE PROCEDURES REQUIRED AND SUGGESTED FOR PROPER
VEHICLE OPERATION
NOTE: When working on electrical systems, if a potentially
hazardous condition is observed, require repair or
replacement of affected components prior to performing
further work.
ACTUATOR MOTORS (SOLENOIDS) (ELECTRIC)
ACTUATOR MOTOR (SOLENOIDS) (ELECTRIC) INSPECTION

Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Linkage bent, affecting performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage bent, not affecting performance .. 2 ... Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage binding, affecting performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage binding, not affecting performance .. 1 ... Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage broken .......... A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage loose, affecting performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage loose, not affecting performance .. 1 ... Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage missing ......... C ............ Require replacement. Linkage noisy ........... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 1 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Out of adjustment ....... B .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
ACTUATOR MOTORS (VACUUM) ACTUATOR MOTOR (VACUUM) INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Leaking (vacuum) ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Linkage bent, affecting performance .. A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage bent, not affecting performance .. 2 ... Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage binding, affecting performance .. A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage binding, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage broken .......... A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage loose, affecting performance ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage loose, not affecting performance .. 1 ... Suggest repair or replacement of linkage. Linkage missing ......... C ............ Require replacement. Linkage noisy ........... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Out of adjustment ....... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
AIR BAGS For all air bag components and conditions, refer to vehicle manufacturers specifications for diagnosis and parts replacement. ALTERNATORS AND GENERATORS NOTE: If components have been added that increase vehicle electrical load requirement (for example, sound systems, air conditioning, alarm systems, etc.), charging system output must meet the increased demand. ALTERNATOR AND GENERATOR INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Alternator output meets OEM specification but is insufficient for add-on electrical load ........ 2 ... Suggest upgrade of alternator or removal of excess electrical load. Alternators rated output is below OEM specification .......... B ............ Require replacement. Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware nonfunctioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Diode inoperative ....... A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Housing broken, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Housing broken, not affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or required. Housing cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Housing cracked, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Pulley incorrect ........ B ............ Require replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal resistance (voltage drop) out of specification .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads stripped (threads missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement. Voltage drop out of specification .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
AMPLIFIERS See RECEIVERS, AMPLIFIERS, EQUALIZERS AND SUB-WOOFER VOLUME CONTROLS . ANTENNAS ANTENNA INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement. Bent .................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Binding ................. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors exposed ..... A .. Require repair or replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors not exposed . 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Motor runs continuously . A ......... Require or replacement. Power antenna noisy ..... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Sticking ................ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of specification.
BATTERIES Proper operation of any electrical system or component can be affected by battery condition. The battery(ies) must meet or exceed minimum specification for vehicle as equipped and test to that specific batterys CCA. Definition of Terms * Battery Performance Testing Testing that determines whether or not a battery meets both vehicle OEM and battery manufacturers specifications. * Cold Cranking Amp (CCA) Rating The number of amperes a new, fully charged battery at 0  F (-17.8  C) can deliver for 30 seconds and maintain at least a voltage of 1.2 volts per cell (7.2 volts for a 12-volt battery). * Cranking Amps (CA) The number of amperes a new, fully charged battery, typically at 32  F (0  C) can deliver for 30 seconds and maintain at least a voltage of 1.2 volts per cell (7.2 volts for a 12-volt battery). * OEM Cranking Amps The minimum CCA required by the original vehicle manufacturer for a specific vehicle. BATTERY INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Battery frozen .......... .. ......... (1) Further inspection required. Case leaking ............ A ............ Require replacement. Casing swollen .......... A .......... (2) Further inspection required. Circuit open internally . A ............ Require replacement. Electrolyte contamination .......... A ........... (2) Further inspection required. Electrolyte discoloration .......... A .......... (2) Further inspection required. Fails to accept and hold charge ................. A ........ (3) Require replacement. Fluid level low ......... B .......... (4) Further inspection required. Out of performance specification for battery ................ B ........ (5) Require replacement. Out of specification for application ............ B ........ (5) Require replacement. Post (top or side) burned, affecting performance .. A ........... (6) Require repair or replacement. Post (top or side) burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (6) Suggest repair or replacement. Post (top or side) corroded, affecting performance ............ A ................. Require repair. Post (top or side) corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 ................. Suggest repair. Post (top or side) loose .................. A ............ Require replacement. Post (top or side) melted, affecting performance .. A ........... (6) Require repair or replacement. Post (top or side) melted, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (6) Suggest repair or replacement. Specific gravity low .... B .......... (7) Further inspection required. State of charge low ..... A .......... (7) Further inspection required. Top dirty ............... 2 ....... Suggest cleaning battery. Top wet ................. A ... (8) Require cleaning battery. Further inspection required. Vent cap loose .......... A ... Require repair or replacement of vent cap. Vent cap missing ........ C .......... Require replacement of vent cap. (1) - DO NOT attempt to charge a frozen battery. Allow battery to warm thoroughly and then performance-test. If battery fails performance test, require replacement. (2) - No service suggested or required unless the battery fails performance test, in which case, require replacement. (3) - This phrase refers to a battery that fails to either accept and/or retain a charge using appropriate times listed in the Battery Charging Guide of the BCI Service Manual, battery charger operating manual, or battery manufacturers specifications. (4) - Determine cause of low fluid level. Refill to proper level(s) with water (distilled water preferred). Recharge battery and performance-test. If battery does not meet specifications, require replacement. If battery is sealed type (non-removable filler caps), require replacement. (5) - The battery may meet battery manufacturers specifications but test below the minimum specification defined by the vehicles OEM for that vehicle. (6) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (7) - Recharge and test to manufacturers specifications. If battery fails performance test, require replacement. (8) - Check fluid level and adjust to manufacturers specification. Suggest checking charging system for proper operation.
BATTERY CABLES See BATTERY CABLES, WIRES AND CONNECTORS. BATTERY CABLES, WIRES AND CONNECTORS BATTERY CABLE, WIRE AND CONNECTOR INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Application incorrect ... B .. Require repair or replacement. Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors exposed ..... A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors not exposed . 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Open .................... A .. Require repair or replacement. Protective shield (conduit) melted ....... 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Protective shield (conduit) missing ...... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Resistance (voltage drop) out of specification ... A .. Require repair or replacement. Routed incorrectly ...... B ................. Require repair. Secured incorrectly ..... B ................. Require repair. Shorted ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Voltage drop out of specification .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Exposed conductor at replacement (aftermarket) terminal end does not require repair or replacement.
BATTERY HOLD DOWN HARDWARE See BATTERY TRAYS AND HOLD DOWN HARDWARE. BATTERY TRAYS AND HOLD DOWN HARDWARE BATTERY TRAY AND HOLD DOWN HARDWARE INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Battery improperly secured ................ 2 ................. Suggest repair. Bent, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bent, not affecting performance ............ .. ........ No service suggested or required. Broken, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Broken, not affecting performance ............ .. ........ No service suggested or required. Corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Cracked, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads stripped (threads missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement. Water drain clogged ..... A ................. Require repair.
BATTERY WIRES See BATTERY CABLES, WIRES AND CONNECTORS. BELTS BELT INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Alignment incorrect ..... B .......... (1) Further inspection required. Cracked ................. 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Frayed .................. 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Noisy ................... 2 .......... (2) Further inspection required. Plies separated ......... A ............ Require replacement. Tension out of specification .......... B ........... Require adjustment or replacement. Worn beyond adjustment range .................. B ............ Require replacement. Worn so it contacts bottom of pulley .............. A ............ Require replacement. (1) - Determine cause of incorrect alignment and require repair. (2) - Determine cause of noise and suggest repair.
BULB SOCKETS BULB SOCKET INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Bulb seized in socket ... A .. Require repair or replacement. Burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Leaking ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Melted .................. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Shorted ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of socket. (2) - Determine cause and correct prior to replacement of part.
BULBS, SEALED BEAMS AND LEDS NOTE: Does not include soldered-in components. BULB, SEALED BEAM AND LED INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Adjustment out of specification .......... B .. Require repair or replacement. Application incorrect ... B ........ (1) Require replacement. Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Base burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Base burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (2) Suggest repair or replacement. Base corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Base corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Base leaking ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Base loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Base loose, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Base melted ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Bracket bent, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket bent, not affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or required. Bracket broken, affecting performance ............ A ............ Require replacement. Bracket broken, not affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or required. Bracket corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket cracked, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket loose, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket missing ......... C ............ Require replacement. Burned out .............. A ............ Require replacement. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Cracked ................. A ............ Require replacement. Intermittent ............ A ............ Require replacement. Lamp base melted ........ A ........ (2) Require replacement. Leaking ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Seized in socket ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 ........... (2) Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads stripped (threads missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement. (1) - Application incorrect includes wrong bulb coating or color. (2) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part.
CD PLAYERS See TAPE PLAYERS AND CD PLAYERS. CIGARETTE LIGHTER ASSEMBLIES CIGARETTE LIGHTER ASSEMBLY INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Inoperative ............. A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Loose ................... A .. Require repair or replacement. Missing ................. 2 ............ Suggest replacement. Sticking ................ A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification. (2) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS See FUSES, FUSIBLE LINKS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS. CLUTCH SWITCHES See SWITCHES. CONNECTORS See WIRING HARNESSES AND CONNECTORS. CONTROL MODULES CONTROL MODULE INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Application incorrect ... B ............ Require replacement. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware threads damaged ........ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware threads stripped (threads missing) ...... A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Code set (if applicable) ........ A .......... (1) Further inspection required. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... A ................. Require repair. Contaminated ............ A ........... (3) Require repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. B ........... (4) Require repair or replacement. Further inspection required. Leaking ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads stripped (threads missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement. Wire lead conductors exposed ................ B .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead corroded ...... A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead open .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead shorted ....... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Refer to manufacturers diagnostic trouble code procedure and require repair or replacement of affected component(s). (2) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (3) - Determine source of contamination, such as engine coolant, fuel, metal particles, or water. Require repair or replacement. (4) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification. Some components may be serviceable; check for accepted cleaning procedure.
CRUISE CONTROL BRAKE SWITCHES See SWITCHES. CRUISE CONTROL CABLES See CRUISE CONTROL LINKAGES AND CABLES. CRUISE CONTROL CLUTCH SWITCHES See SWITCHES. CRUISE CONTROL LINKAGES AND CABLES CRUISE CONTROL LINKAGE AND CABLE INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Bent .................... A .. Require repair or replacement. Binding ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket bent, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket bent, not affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or required. Bracket broken, affecting performance ............ A ............ Require replacement. Bracket broken, not affecting performance .. .. ........ No service suggested or required. Bracket corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket cracked, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket loose, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Bracket loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Bracket missing ......... C ............ Require replacement. Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement. Cracked ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Disconnected ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Kinked .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Melted .................. A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Noisy ................... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Out of adjustment ....... B ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Routed incorrectly ...... 2 ................. Suggest repair. Seized .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Follow OEM recommended adjustment procedures. Require repair or replacement if out of specification.
CRUISE CONTROL RESERVOIRS See CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM HOSES, TUBES AND RESERVOIRS. CRUISE CONTROL TUBES See CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM HOSES, TUBES AND RESERVOIRS. CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM DUMP RELEASE VALVES CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM DUMP RELEASE VALVE INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........ (1) Require replacement. Leaking ................. 2 ............ Suggest replacement. Out of adjustment ....... B .......... (2) Further inspection required. (1) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification. (2) - Follow OEM recommended adjustment procedures. Require repair or replacement if out of specification.
CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM HOSES, TUBES AND RESERVOIRS CRUISE CONTROL VACUUM HOSE, TUBE AND RESERVOIR INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Leaking ................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Melted .................. A ............ Require replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Oil-soaked (spongy) ..... 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Restricted .............. A .. Require repair or replacement. Surface cracks (dryrotted) ................ 1 ............ Suggest replacement.
CRUISE CONTROL VEHICLE SPEED SENSORS CRUISE CONTROL VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Air gap incorrect ....... B ....... (1) Require adjustment to vehicle manufacturers specifications. Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Broken .................. A ............ Require replacement. Housing cracked ......... A ............ Require replacement. Internal resistance does not meet specifications ......... B ........ (2) Require replacement. Lead routing incorrect .. B .. Require rerouting according to vehicle manufacturers specifications. Loose ................... B ....... (3) Require adjustment to vehicle manufacturers specifications. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Output signal incorrect . B ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Surface contaminated .... 2 .. Suggest cleaning; identify and correct source. Tip bent ................ B ............ Require replacement. Tip broken .............. B ............ Require replacement. Tip missing ............. B ............ Require replacement. Wire lead burned ........ A ............ Require replacement. Wire lead conductors exposed ................ B ............ Require replacement. Wire lead corroded ...... A ............ Require replacement. Wire lead open .......... A ............ Require replacement. Wire lead shorted ....... A ............ Require replacement. (1) - If a sensor is not adjustable, further inspection is required to identify and correct cause. (2) - Component failure may be caused by water intrusion into the wiring harness. Always check insulation for damage and wiring for excessive resistance. (3) - Some integral bearing assemblies with sensors may require replacement.
DEFOGGERS See HEATING ELEMENTS (DEFROSTERS, DEFOGGERS, ELECTRIC HEATERS AND SEATS) . DEFROSTERS See HEATING ELEMENTS (DEFROSTERS, DEFOGGERS, ELECTRIC HEATERS AND SEATS) . DELAYS DELAY INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Binding, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Binding, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Cracked, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Melted, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Melted, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
DIMMERS DIMMER INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Binding, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Binding, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Cracked, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Melted, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Melted, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
ELECTRIC HEATERS See HEATING ELEMENTS (DEFROSTERS, DEFOGGERS, ELECTRIC HEATERS AND SEATS) . EQUALIZERS See RECEIVERS, AMPLIFIERS, EQUALIZERS AND SUB-WOOFER VOLUME CONTROLS . FUSE BLOCKS See FUSE BOXES AND BLOCKS. FUSE BOXES AND BLOCKS FUSE BOX AND BLOCK INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Broken, affecting performance ............ A ............ Require replacement. Broken, not affecting performance ............ .. ........ No service suggested or required. Burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Burned, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........... (1) Suggest repair or replacement. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Cover missing ........... C ... Require replacement of cover. Cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Cracked, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Melted, affecting performance ............ A ........ (1) Require replacement. Melted, not affecting performance ............ 2 ........ (1) Suggest replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part.
FUSES, FUSIBLE LINKS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS FUSE, FUSIBLE LINK AND CIRCUIT BREAKER INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Application incorrect ... B ............ Require replacement. Blown ................... A ........ (1) Require replacement. Corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Cracked, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Cracked, not affecting performance ............ 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........ (2) Require replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors exposed ..... A .. Require repair or replacement. Insulation damaged, conductors not exposed . 1 ............ Suggest replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Routed incorrectly ...... B ................. Require repair. Secured incorrectly ..... B ................. Require repair. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation.
FUSIBLE LINKS See FUSES, FUSIBLE LINKS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS. GAUGES NOTE: Includes odometers, speedometers and tachometers (except cable-driven). GAUGE INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Leaking ................. A ............ Require replacement. Lens broken ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Lens cloudy ............. 2 ........... (2) Suggest repair or replacement. Lens missing ............ C ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Malfunctioning .......... A ........... (3) Require repair or replacement. Mechanical head noisy ... 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - If lens is available as a separate part, require replacement of lens only. (3) - Includes inoperative, intermittent operation, failure to perform all functions, out of OEM specification, or out of range.
GENERATORS See ALTERNATORS AND GENERATORS. GROUND CABLES AND STRAPS GROUND CABLE AND STRAP INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Corroded, affecting performance ............ A .. Require repair or replacement. Corroded, not affecting performance ............ 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Insulation damaged, exposing conductors .... 2 ............ Suggest replacement. Loose ................... A ................. Require repair. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Open .................... A .. Require repair or replacement. Resistance high ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal resistance (voltage drop) is out of specification .......... B .. Require repair or replacement. Voltage drop out of specification .......... B .. Require repair or replacement.
GROUND STRAPS See GROUND CABLES AND STRAPS. HEADLIGHT ADJUSTERS HEADLIGHT ADJUSTER INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Bent, preventing adjustment ............. A .. Require repair or replacement. Broken .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Indicator broken ........ A ............ Require replacement. Indicator missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Missing ................. C .......... Require replacement of adjusters. Seized .................. A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads damaged ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Threads stripped (threads missing) ............... A ............ Require replacement.
HEATING ELEMENTS (DEFROSTERS, DEFOGGERS, ELECTRIC HEATERS AND SEATS) HEATING ELEMENT (DEFROSTER, DEFOGGER, ELECTRIC HEATER AND SEAT) INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Wire lead burned ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead conductors exposed ................ B .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead open .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead shorted ....... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation or out of OEM specification.
HORNS AND SIRENS HORN AND SIREN INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Inoperative ............. A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Missing ................. C ............ Require replacement. Out of adjustment ....... B ............. Require adjustment. Sound quality poor ...... A .. Require repair or replacement. Further inspection required. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Wire lead burned ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead conductors exposed ................ B .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead open .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead shorted ....... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Inoperative includes intermittent operation.
IGNITION SWITCHES See SWITCHES. INDICATOR LIGHTS INDICATOR LIGHT INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Does not come on during bulb check ............. .. ......... (1) Further inspection required. Fails to function properly during test mode ....... .. ......... (1) Further inspection required. On constantly ........... .. ......... (1) Further inspection required. On intermittently ....... .. ......... (1) Further inspection required. (1) - See service manual for further information.
KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPADS AND TRANSMITTERS KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPAD AND TRANSMITTER INSPECTION
Condition Code Procedure Attaching hardware broken ................. A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware missing ................ C .......... Require replacement of hardware. Attaching hardware not functioning ............ A ... Require repair or replacement of hardware. Connector broken ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector (Weatherpack type) leaking .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Connector melted ........ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Connector missing ....... C ............ Require replacement. Malfunctioning .......... A ........... (2) Require repair or replacement. Terminal broken ......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, affecting performance ............ A ........... (1) Require repair or replacement. Terminal burned, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, affecting performance .. A .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal corroded, not affecting performance .. 2 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Terminal loose, affecting performance ............ B .. Require repair or replacement. Terminal loose, not affecting performance .. 1 .. Suggest repair or replacement. Wire lead burned ........ A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead conductors exposed ................ B .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead open .......... A .. Require repair or replacement. Wire lead shorted ....... A .. Require repair or replacement. (1) - Determine cause and correct prior to repair or replacement of part. (2) - Malfunctioning includes inoperative, intermittent operation, or failure to perform all functions.