HOW TO READ CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS
H O W TO R EA D C O N FIG U R ATIO N D IA G R A M S
The wiring harness diagrams clearly show the connector locations and harness routings at each site on
Denotes connector No.
The same connector No. is used throughout the circuit diagrams to facilitate connector location searches.
The first alphabetical symbol indicates the location site of the connector and a number that follows is the unique number.
Numbers are usually assigned to parts in clockwise order on the diagram.
Number specific to connector (serial number)
Connector location site symbol
A: ENGINE COMPARTMENT
B: ENGINE AND TRANSAXLE
C: DASH PANEL
D: FLOOR AND ROOF
Denotes ground point.
Same ground number is used throughout circuit
diagrams to facilitate search of ground point.
Refer to GROUP 70 SINGLE PART INSTALLATION
POSITION - GROUND MOUNTING LOCATIONS
for details of ground points.
Denotes the color of the corrugated
tube (If not specified, it is black.)
The number of connector pins and the connector color
(except milk white)* are shown for ease of retrieval.
(milk white if no color is indicated)
Number of connector pins
*: Typical connector colors
NONE: Milk white
A-15 (2) FOG LIGHT (RH)
A-16 (2-B) WINDSHIELD WASHER MOTOR
A-17 (2-B) HEADLIGHT (RH)
A-18 (2-BR) HORN (LOW)
A-19 (2-GR) DUAL PRESSURE SWITCH
Indicates the device to which the
connector is connected.
The mark shows the
standard mounting position
of wiring harness.
Denotes a section covered by a