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Ignition System Component Location Index
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  • Page 4Ignition Coil and Spark Plug Removal and Installation 1 cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) 1. Ignition Coil - Remove 2. Spark Plug - Remove 3. All Removed Parts - Install
  • Page 51. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: When installing the spark plugs, apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the spark plug threads, and screw the spark plugs into the cylinder head, finger- tight, then tighten the spark plugs to the specified torque. 4. Maintenance Mi
  • Page 6Ignition Coil and Spark Plug Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. 1 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 8Detailed information, notes, and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) 1. Engine Cover - Remove 2. Ignition Coil - Remove 3. Spark Plug - Remove Note for installation Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the spark plug threads, and screw the spark plugs into the cylinder head, finger-tig
  • Page 9Ignition Coil and Spark Plug Removal and Installation 1 cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) 1. Engine Cover - Remove 2. Ignition Coil - Remove 3. Spark Plug - Remove
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  • Page 114. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: When installing the spark plugs, apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the spark plug threads, and screw the spark plugs into the cylinder head, finger- tight, then tighten the spark plugs to the spec
  • Page 12Ignition Key Light Test SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. Column Covers - Remove 2. Ignition Key Light - Test 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Check the light according to the table. N
  • Page 13Ignition Key Switch Test SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. Column Covers - Remove 2. Ignition Key Switch - Test 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Check for continuity between the termin
  • Page 14Ignition Switch Circuit Diagram cardiagn.com
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  • Page 16Ignition Switch Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 18Ignition Switch Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. 12 Volt Battery Terminal - Disconnect 2. Column Covers - Remove 3. Ignition Switch - Remove 1. Disconnect the co
  • Page 19Ignition Switch Test SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. 12 Volt Battery Terminal - Disconnect 2. Column Covers - Remove 3. Ignition Switch - Test 1. Disconnect the connector (A). cardiagn.
  • Page 201. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 21Ignition Timing Inspection 1. HDS - Connect 2. DTC - Check NOTE: If a DTC is present, diagnose and repair the cause before continuing with this inspection. 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm with no load (M/T in neutral, CVT in P or N) until the cooling fan c
  • Page 223. Aim the light toward the pointer (A) on the cam chain case. Check the ignition timing under a no load condition (headlights, blower fan, rear window defogger, and air conditioner are turned off). Ignition Timing: 4 ±2 ° BTDC (RED mark (B)) at idle (M/T in neutral, CVT in P or N) cardiagn.com 4. I
  • Page 23Ignition Timing Inspection 1. HDS - Connect 2. DTC - Check NOTE: If a DTC is present, diagnose and repair the cause before continuing with this inspection. 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm with no load (in neutral) until the radiator fan comes on, then let
  • Page 242. Connect the timing light to the service loop (white harness). 3. Aim the light toward the crankshaft pulley (A). Check the ignition timing under a no load condition (headlights, blower fan, rear window defogger, and air conditioner are turned off). NOTE: Check the ignition timing while aligning t
  • Page 25cardiagn.com 4. If the ignition timing differs from the specification, check the camshaft timing. If the camshaft timing is OK, update the PCM if it does not have the latest software, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If the system works properly, and the PCM was substituted, replace the
  • Page 26Ignition Timing Inspection 1. HDS - Connect 2. DTC - Check NOTE: If a DTC is present, diagnose and repair the cause before continuing with this inspection. 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm with no load (M/T in neutral, CVT in P or N) until the radiator fan
  • Page 273. Aim the light toward the pointer (A) on the cam chain case. Check the ignition timing under a no load condition (headlights, blower fan, rear window defogger, and air conditioner are turned off). Ignition Timing M/T: 0 ±2 ° BTDC (WHT mark (B)) at idle in neutral CVT: 0 ±2 ° BTDC (WHT mark (B)) at
  • Page 28Spark Plug Inspection 1. Ignition Coil and Spark Plug - Remove 2. Spark Plug - Inspect 1. Inspect the electrodes and the ceramic insulator. Burned or worn electrodes may be caused by these conditions: - Advanced ignition timing - Loose spark plug Plug heat range too hot - - Insufficient cooling card
  • Page 29Spark Plug Inspection 1. Ignition Coil and Spark Plug - Remove 2. Spark Plug - Inspect 1. Inspect the electrodes and the ceramic insulator. Burned or worn electrodes may be caused by these conditions: - Advanced ignition timing - Loose spark plug Plug heat range too hot - - Insufficient cooling card
  • Page 30Spark Plug Inspection 1. Ignition Coil and Spark Plug - Remove 2. Spark Plug - Inspect 1. Inspect the electrodes and the ceramic insulator. Burned or worn electrodes may be caused by these conditions: - Advanced ignition timing - Loose spark plug Plug heat range too hot - - Insufficient cooling card