7.5.2. Multicontact sockets in the control unit of a combination of devices

NOTE
Everything the control alarm system on a combination of devices is carried out by light-emitting diodes. At refusal of one signaling device it is necessary to replace the control unit of a combination of devices (fig. 7.81).

Purpose of contacts in multicontact sockets in the control unit of a combination of devices

Fig. 7.82. Multicontact socket 32 of contact, blue color: 1 – indication of insufficient amount of liquid in a windscreen washer tank; 2 – level of cooling liquid is lower than norm; 3 – fuel level sensor; 4 – temperature of cooling liquid; 5 – field of keys 2 navigation; 6 – field of keys 3 navigation; 7 – field of keys x Telematik system; 8 – menu of the switch; 9 – it is not busy; 10 – engine cowl switch; 11 – fuel level sensor 2; 12 – menu of the switch (Out A/exit And); 13–15 – it is not busy; 16 – FDR/ASR (ESP); 17 – tire CAN comfort, High wire; 18 – tire CAN comfort, Low wire; 19 – tire CAN-Infotainment, Low wire; 20 – tire CAN-Infotainment, High wire; 21 – external temperature, entrance; 22 – S-contact; 23 – oil oil/temperature level; 24 – adjustment of level; 25 – menu of the switch (Enter); 26 – it is not busy; 27 – it is not busy; 28 – the menu of the switch (an Out B/exit In); 29 – it is not busy; 30 – transponder 2; 31 – transponder 1; 32 – plug 31 (sensor)


The multicontact (32-contact) socket of blue color is shown in fig. 7.82.

Fig. 7.83. Multicontact socket 32 of contact, green color: 1 – plug 58d; 2 – plug 30; 3 – plug 15; 4 – it is not busy; 5 – tachometer, entrance; 6 – tachometer, exit 2; 7 – safety cushion, invertor; 8 – right index of turn; 9 – lack of brake fluid; 10 – left index of turn; 11 – index of turn of the trailer; 12 – CAN drive, Low wire; 13 – CAN drive, High wire; 14 – charging plug 61/control; 15 – it is not busy; 16 – oil 2 pressure; 17 – plug 58s; 18 – plug 31, loading; 19 – plug 31, loading; 20 – it is not busy; 21 – tachometer, exit 1; 22 – ABS control; 23 – K-line; 24 – CAN drive, screen; 25 – switch of a cover of the fuel tank; 26 – diagnostics of the tire of CAN, Low wire; 27 – diagnostics of the tire of CAN, screen; 28 – diagnostics of the tire of CAN, High wire; 29 – proofreader of headlights; 30 – belt lock; 31 – external sound signal; 32 – wear of brake shoes


The multicontact (32-contact) socket of green color is shown in fig. 7.83.

Arrangement of contacts of the fuel level sensor – cars with the forward drive

Fig. 7.84. Purpose of the 4-contact socket of the fuel level sensor: 1 – management of plus of the electric fuel pump; 2 – connection of the sensor of the index of level of fuel with the control unit of a combination of devices (indicator of filling of the fuel tank); 3 – wire of mass of the fuel level sensor (mass of the sensor); 4 – mass of the electric fuel pump


Watch fig. 7.84.

Arrangement of contacts of the fuel level sensor – cars with the four-wheel drive

Fig. 7.85. Purpose of contacts of the 4-contact socket of the sensor of indication of level of fuel: 1 – management of plus of the electric fuel pump; 2 – connection of the sensor of the index of level of fuel with the control unit of a combination of devices (indicator of filling of the fuel tank); 3 – wire of mass of the fuel level sensor (mass of the sensor); 4 – mass of the electric fuel pump


Watch fig. 7.85.

Purpose of sockets of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid – cars with the turbocharged engine of 1,8 l

Fig. 7.86. Purpose of the 4-contact socket of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid: 1 – connection of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid with the control unit of a combination of devices (indication of temperature); 2 – weight


Watch fig. 7.86.

Purpose of sockets of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid – cars with the 4-cylinder engine of 2,0 l

Fig. 7.87. Purpose of contacts of the 2-contact socket of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid: 1 – connection of the sensor of temperature of cooling liquid with the control unit of a combination of devices (indication of temperature); 2 – weight


Watch fig. 7.87.