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├── 3.7L Engine.pdf
├── 4.0L Engine.pdf
├── ABS Electrical.pdf
├── ABS Service.pdf
├── Audio Video Electrical.pdf
├── Audio Video.pdf
├── Auto Trans 42RLE Assembly.pdf
├── Auto Trans 42RLE Diagnostic.pdf
├── Auto Trans 42RLE Fluid and Filter.pdf
├── Auto Trans 42RLE Installation.pdf
├── Auto Trans 42RLE Removal.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Diagnostic and Testing.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Dissasembly.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Fluid and Filter.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Instalation.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Removal.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Shifter Diagnosis.pdf
├── Auto Trans Nag1 Torque Converter.pdf
├── Base Service.pdf
├── Cruise Control.pdf
├── Differential and Driveline.pdf
├── Exhaust and Turbo.pdf
├── Exterior Lights Electrical.pdf
├── Exterior Lights.pdf
├── Heated Mirrors.pdf
├── Hvac Electrical.pdf
├── Ignition Control Electrical.pdf
├── Ignition Control.pdf
├── Instrument Cluster.pdf
├── Manual Trans.pdf
├── Overhead Console.pdf
├── Power Locks Electrical.pdf
├── Power Locks.pdf
├── Power Mirrors.pdf
├── Power Seats.pdf
├── Steering System.pdf
├── Transfer Case MP140.pdf
├── Transfer Case MP143.pdf
├── Wiper Washer.pdf
The headlamp system includes the SCM, the EMIC, the TIPM, and the left (lighting) multi-function switch on the steering column. The headlamp bulbs have a path to ground at all times through their connection to the engine compartment wire harness. The engine compartment harness has takeouts with eyelet terminals that are secured by nuts to ground studs on the front end sheet metal within the engine compartment. The TIPM will store a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) for any shorts or opens in the headlamp circuits.
The SCM monitors a hard wired multiplex input to determine the status of the left multi-function switch and whether the headlamp high or low beams are selected. The SCM then sends the appropriate electronic headlamp switch and headlamp beam select switch status messages to the EMIC over the LIN data bus. The
EMIC then sends the appropriate electronic headlamp request and headlamp beam request messages to the
TIPM over the CAN data bus. The TIPM responds to these messages by providing a pulse width modulated voltage output to the headlamps through high side drivers on the right and left low and high beam feed circuits to illuminate the selected headlamp filaments. The TIPM also sends the appropriate electronic messages to the EMIC to control the illumination of the high beam indicator. When the optical horn feature is selected, the low beams will shut OFF about 200 milliseconds after the high beams are activated.
The TIPM also remembers which beams (LOW or HIGH) were selected when the headlamps were last turned
OFF, and energizes those beams again the next time the headlamps are turned ON. The TIPM provides a battery saver (load shedding) feature for the headlamps, which will turn these lamps OFF if they are left ON for more than about eight minutes with the ignition switch in the LOCK position. The SCM and the EMIC each provide a
fail-safe feature for the headlamps, which will cause the TIPM to turn the low beam headlamps ON automatically if there is no input available from the left multi-function switch. The TIPM also provides a failsafe feature for the headlamps that will turn the headlamps ON automatically whenever a loss of CAN bus communication is detected with the ignition switch in the ON position.
Each headlamp includes an integral reflector adjustment screw (domestic markets) or screws (export markets) to be used for static aiming of the headlamps.
WATER DRAINAGE AND WIND NOISE DIAGNOSIS
Adequate drainage is provided by a drain trough in the sunroof housing which encircles the sliding glass panel and leads to drain hoses. If a wet headliner or other water leak complaints are encountered, before performing any adjustments, first ensure that the drainage system is not plugged or disconnected. Use a pint container to pour water into the sunroof housing drain trough. If water flow is restricted, use compressed air to blow out any material plugging the drain system. Retest system again.
To further check for a disconnected drain hose:
1. Lower headliner as necessary to gain access to sunroof housing drain tubes. See REMOVAL.
2. Repair as necessary.
3. Install headliner. See INSTALLATION.
The sliding glass panel is designed to seal water entry with a snug fit between the roof and the seal. The fit can be checked by inserting a piece of paper between the roof and the seal. The piece of paper should have some resistance when pulled out when the glass panel is in the closed position. The sunroof housing will drain off a minimum amount of water. Excessive wind noise could result if the gap clearances are exceeded. The sunroof glass panel may need to be adjusted. See ADJUSTMENTS for proper procedures.
DEFLECTOR – SUNROOF WIND
DEFLECTOR – SUNROOF WIND