Refer to numbered steps in figure 106.

Step 2.

Check harness connector PL3 (figure 201) at DECU, and P4 at HMA for tight connections.

Step 3.

Disconnect connectors PL3 and P4 to checkpins and sockets.

Step 5.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE AN OHMMETER THAT CAN APPLY MORE THAN 5 mA WHEN

MEASURING RESISTANCES, TO AVOID DAMAGING THE PLA POTENTIOMETER.

With PL3 disconnected, check resistance of HMA (PLA potentiometer) at harness PL3

connector sockets U and T (results are "a") and T and S (results are "b"). Limit for "a" and "b"

is

510 - 5750Ω. Check resistance at sockets U and S (results are "c"). Limit for "c" is 4250 -

5750Ω. Use the following equation to check wiper resistance:

a + b - c 2 = d

Limit for "d" is ≤ 300Ω. Use the following equation to check if the high or low limit of the PLA

potentiometer has been exceeded:

b - d c = e

Limit for "e" is 0.120 - 0.950.

Step 6.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE AN OHMMETER THAT CAN APPLY MORE THAN 5 mA WHEN

MEASURING RESISTANCES, TO AVOID DAMAGING THE PLA POTENTIOMETER.

With P4 disconnected, check resistance of HMA (PLA potentiometer) at HMA J4

connector pins X and Y (results are "f") and Y and Z (results are "g"). Limit for "f" and "g" is

510 - 5750Ω. Check resistance at pins X and Z (results are "h"). Limit for "h" is 4250 - 5750Ω.

Use the following equation to check wiper resistance.

f + g - h 2 = i

Limit for "i" is ≤300Ω. Use the following equation to check if the high or low limit of the

metering

valve potentiometer has been exceeded:

g - i h = j

Limit for "j" is 0.120 - 0.950.

Step 7.

Before tightening harness connectors PL3 and P4, be sure that keyways in harness connectors

are aligned with keyways in component connectors.

Step 12. Refer to manufacturer's procedure for diagnosing and replacing harness.

Step 17. Refer to manufacturer's procedure for diagnosing and replacing harness.

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