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Oil Pump
Clearance Inspection
1. Check the clearance between the transmission
mating surface of the clutch housing and the oil
pump gear.
Standard: 0.3-0.8 mm (0.012-0.031 in)
Service Limit: 0.9 mm (0.035 in)
2. Check the axial clearance on the pump rotor.
Clutch Housing-to-Rotor Axial clearance
Standard: 0.03—0.1 mm
(0.001 – 0.004 in)
Service Limit: 0.15 mm (0.006 in)
3. Check the radial clearance on the pump rotor.
Inner Rotor-to-Outer Rotor Radial clearance
Standard: 0.14 mm (0.006 in) max.
Service Limit: 0.2 mm (0.008 in)
4. Check the radial clearance between the clutch
housing and the outer rotor.
Clutch housing-to-Rotor Radial Clearance
Standard: 0.1 – 0.2 mm
(0.004-0.008 in)
Service Limit: 0.22 mm (0.009 in)

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Lighting System
Headlight/Turn Signal Switch Replacement
SRS components are located in this area. Review the
SRS component locations, precautions, and procedures
in the SRS section 24 before performing repairs or ser-
vice.
1. Remove the dashboard lower cover, and disconnect
the connectors.
2. Remove the dashboard lower pad.
DASHBOARD LOWER
COVER
DASHBOARD LOWER
PAD
3. Remove the tilt cover.
TILT COVER
4. Remove the steering column covers.
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the steering col-
umn covers.
UPPER COVER
LOWER COVER

5. Disconnect the 18-P and 10-P connectors.
CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the SRS wire
harness.
6. Remove the six screws, then remove the headlight-
turn signal switch assembly.
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
10-P CONNECTOR
18-P CONNECTOR
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
7. If necessary, remove the turn signal cancel unit and
cancel switch.
TURN SIGNAL
CANCEL UNIT
TURN SIGNAL
CANCEL SWITCH
8. If necessary, remove the headlight switch bulb.
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
BULB (0.91 W)

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Overrunning Clutch Inspection
1. Check if the overrunning clutch moves along the
shaft freely. If not, replace the overrunning clutch
assembly.
2. Check if the overrunning clutch locks in one direc-
tion and rotates smoothly in reverse. If it does not
lock in either direction or it locks in both directions,
replace the overrunning clutch assembly.
3. Check if the starter drive gear is worn or damaged.
If the gear is worn or damaged, replace the over-
running clutch assembly; the gear is not available
separately.
NOTE: Check the condition of the flywheel or tor-
que converter ring gear if the starter drive gear
teeth are damaged.
Starter Reassembly
Reassemble the starter in the reverse order of
disassembly.
1. Pry back each brush spring with a screwdriver,
then position the brush about halfway out of its
holder, and release the spring to hold it there.
2. Install the armature in the housing. Next pry back
each brush spring again, and push the brush down
until it seats against the commutator. Then release
the spring against the end of the brush.
3. Install the end cover on the brush holder.
END COVER
BRUSH HOLDER
O-RING

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Seats
Replacement
NOTE:
• Before removing the seat, move the seat until you
can see its mounting bolts and seat mount cover
caps.
• Take care not to scratch the seat cover, interior trim,
dashboard and center armrest.
• On reassembly, replace the lower anchor bolt ( * ) and
use liquid thread lock.
1. Pry out the seat mount cover caps.
2. Remove the seat mounting bolts, then remove the
seat and disconnect the connector.
3. Pry out the cap, and remove the seat belt lower
anchor bolt. Remove the seat.
SEAT MOUNTING BOLTS
10 x 1.25 mm
40 N-m (4.0 kg-m, 29 Ib-ft)
CONNECTOR
SEAT MOUNT
COVER CAP
SEAT
SEAT MOUNTING
BOLTS
10 x 1.25 mm
40 N-m (4.0 kg-m,
29 Ib-ft)
SEAT BELT
LOWER ANCHOR
BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N-m (3.3 kg-m,
24 Ib-ft)
If necessary, remove the power slide cable, power
seat switch and seat mount cover. OUTER SLIDEBOX GEAR
CLIP
Pry here.
HOOK
Pry here.
POWER SLIDE CABLE
NOTE: Take care not to
bend the cable.
4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
POWER SEAT
SWITCH
Disconnect the connectors.
NOTE: Apply grease to the inner and outer slide
box gears.
INNER SLIDE
BOX GEAR
SEAT MOUNT COVER
CORROSION RESISTANT BOLT
CAP

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Component Locations
Index
FRONT KNOCK SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11-62
COOLANT TEMPERATURE
(TW) SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11 – 48
EGR VALVE
Troubleshooting,
page 11-128
FUEL PUMP RESISTOR
Inspection, page 11-106
CRANK/CYL SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11-46
CONTROL BOX
page 11-6
THROTTLE
ANGLE
SENSOR
Troubleshooting,
page 11-50
FAST IDLE VALVE
Inspection, page 11-83
EACV
Troubleshooting,
page 11-70
INJECTOR
RESISTOR
Testing, page 11-94
FRONT HEATED
OXYGEN (O2) SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11-32
INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE
(TA) SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11-52
REAR KNOCK SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11 -62
REAR HEATED
OXYGEN (O2) SENSOR
Troubleshooting, page 11 -32
MAIN RELAY
Relay Testing, page 11-104
Inspection, page 11-105
ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (ECU)
Troubleshooting, page 11-26
FUEL PUMP RELAY
Inspection, page 11-99

Component Locations
Index
THROTTLE CABLE
Inspection/Adjustment, page 11-113
Installation, page 11-113THROTTLE BODY
Inspection, page 11-114
Disassembly, page 11-116AIR CLEANER
Disassembly,
page 11-112
AIR INTAKE
DUCT
FUEL PUMP
Troubleshooting, page 11-99
Testing, page 11-102
Replacement, page 11-102
FUEL FEED PIPE
FUEL CUT VALVES
FUEL FILTER
Replacement, page 11-97
PRESSURE REGULATOR
Testing, page 11-95
Replacement, page 11-96
TWO-WAY VALVE
Testing, page 11-140
FUEL RETURN PIPEFUEL FILLER CAP
CHARCOAL CANISTER
Troubleshooting, page 11-137
FUEL INJECTORS
Troubleshooting,
page 11-89
Replacement, page 11-92
FUEL PIPEFUEL TANK
Replacement,
page 11-108
FUEL VAPOR HOSE

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Pressure Testing
A/T LOW PRESSURE A/T OIL PRESSURE
GAUGE W/PANEL HOSE ADAPTER
07406–0070300 07MAJ–PY40120
1. Allow the rear wheels to rotate freely.
2. Run the engine at 2,000 rpm.
3. Shift the select lever as shown on the chart on
the next page.
4. Measure each clutch pressure.
While testing, be careful of the rotating
rear wheels.
4. Start the engine and measure the respective pressure
as follows.
Line Pressure/Clutch Pressure
Clutch Low/High Pressure
Throttle B Pressure
5. Install a new washer and the sealing bolt in the
inspection hole and tighten to the specified torque.
Torque: 18 N.m (1.8 kg-m, 13 Ib-ft)
NOTE: Do not reuse old aluminum washers.
While testing, be careful of the rotating rear wheels.
Make sure lifts are placed properly (see section 1).
CAUTION:
Before testing, be sure the transmission fluid is filled
to the proper level.
Warm up the engine before testing.
1. Raise the car. (see section 1).
2. Warm up the engine, then stop the engine and
connect a tachometer.
3. Connect the oil pressure gauge to each inspection
hole(s).
18 N.m (1.8 kg-m, 12 Ib-ft)
CAUTION: Connect the oil pressure gauge
securely, being sure not to allow dust and other
foreign particles to enter the inspection hole.
A/T PRESSURE A/T PRESSURE
GAUGE SET W/PANEL HOSE, 2210 mm
07406–0020400 07MAJ–PY4011A
Line Pressure/Clutch Pressure Measurement

1ST-HOLD CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
2ND CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
4TH CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
LINE PRESSURE/ 1ST CLUTCH
PRESSURE INSPECTION HOLE
3RD CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
(cont’d)

Pressure Testing
(cont’d)
Clutch Low/High Pressure Measurement
While testing, be careful of the rotat-
ing rear wheels.
-1. Allow the rear wheels to rotate freely.
-2. Start the engine and let it idle.
-3. Shift the select lever to position.
-4. Slowly press down the accelerator pedal to in-
crease engine rpm until pressure is indicated on
the oil pressure gauge. Then release the acceler-
ator pedal, allowing the engine return to an idle,
and measure the pressure reading.
-5. With the engine idling, press down the acceler-
ator pedal approximately 1/2 of its possible trav-
el and increase the engine rpm until pressure is
indicated on the gauge, measure the highest
pressure reading obtained.
-6. Repeat steps-4 and -5 for each clutch pressure
being inspected.
2ND CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
3RD CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE
4TH CLUTCH PRESSURE
INSPECTION HOLE

LINEAR SOLENOID
THROTTLE B
INSPECTION HOLE
LINEAR SOLENOID
CONNECTOR
View from terminal side.
LINEAR SOLENOID
Throttle B Pressure Measurement
While testing, be careful of the rotat-
ing rear wheels.
-1. Allow the rear wheels to rotate freely.
-2. Disconnect the linear solenoid connector.
-3. Shift the select lever to position.
-4. Run the engine at 1,000 rpm.
-5. Measure full opened throttle B pressure.
-6. Connect battery voltage to the linear solenoid ter-
minal of the connector.
-7. Measure full closed throttle B pressure.
PRESSURE

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Relay and Control Unit Locations
Dashboard
CLIMATE CONTROL UNITTURN SIGNAL/HAZARD
RELAY
UNDER-DASH FUSE BOX
INTEGRATED
CONTROL UNIT
DASHBOARD
LOWER COVER
STARTER CUT RELAY
Wire colors: BLK/WHT
BLK/WHT, BLU/GRN,
and BLK/BLU

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Dash Lights Brightness Control
Component Location Index
TRANSMISSION
CONTROL MODULE (TCM)
DASH LIGHTS BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL UNIT
Input Test, page 23-224
COMBINATION LIGHT SWITCH
Test, page 23-181
Replacement, page 23-182
DASH LIGHTS BRIGHTNESS
CONTROLLER
Test, page 23-226
HEADLIGHT RETRACTOR
SWITCH

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Battery
Component Location Index
BATTERY
Type: 80D26L (A/T)
70D23L (M/T)
CHECK INDICATOR
HEAT SHIELD
Replacement
1. Remove the spare tire and the spare tire holder.
2. Disconnect both the negative cable and positive cable from the battery.
3. Remove the battery holder, then take out the battery.
SPARE TIRE
SPARE TIRE HOLDER
BATTERY HOLDER

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