For compressor application, see COMPRESSOR APPLICATIONS & BODY DESIGNATIONS in this article. DO NOT exceed A/C system refrigerant oil capacity when servicing system. See REFRIGERANT OIL & REFRIGERANT SPECIFICATIONS in this article.
REFRIGERANT OIL & REFRIGERANT
Due to late changes, always refer to underhood A/C Specification Label in engine compartment or A/C compressor label while servicing A/C system. If A/C Specification Label and specifications in table differ, use label specifications.
1998 Subaru Legacy L Sedan AWD F4-2.2L SOHC Vehicle Level Diagrams Electrical Diagrams Lighting and Horns Parking Lamp
Fuse/Relay Locations: For fuse and/or relay locations refer to Starting and Charging / Power and Ground Distribution: See: Power and Ground Distribution Ground Locations: For ground locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Grounds Connector Locations: For connector locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Connectors: See: Locations\Connectors Component Locations: For component locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Harness
The wiring diagrams and technical service bulletins, containing wiring diagram changes, are obtained from the domestic and import manufacturers. These are checked for accuracy and are all redrawn into a consistent format for easy use. All diagrams are arranged with the front of the vehicle at the left side of the first page and the rear of the vehicle at the right side of the last page. Accessories are shown near the end of the diagram. Components are shown in their approximate location on the vehicle. Due to the constantly increasing number of components on vehicles today, it is impossible to show exact locations. In the past, when cars were simpler, diagrams were simpler. All components were connected by wires, and diagrams seldom exceeded 4 pages in length. Today some wiring diagrams require more than 16 pages. It would be impractical to expect a service technician to trace a wire from page 1 across every page to page 16.
The wiring diagram of this Manual Climate Control (MCC) contains: LEGEND 2 Ignition switch 8 8-pole connector, electrical distribution unit 10 Alternator 11 Fuse box 12 12-pole connector, electrical distribution unit 18 18-pole connector, electrical distribution unit 55 Heater fan switch 78 Positive terminal 81 Pressure sensor, AC 82 Pressure sensor, electric cooling fan 131 Relay, electric cooling fan 165 Heater fan 169 Resistor, heater fan 200 Compressor solenoid 291 Solenoid valve, idle Read more
[A] : System Title [B] : Indicates the wiring color. Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code. B = Black W = White BR = Brown L = Blue V = Violet SB = Sky Blue R = Red O = Orange LG = Light Green P = Pink Y = Yellow GR = Gray G = Green The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the second letter indicates the color of the stripe. Example: L–Y [C] : The position of the parts is the same as shown in the wiring diagram and wire routing. [D] : Indicates the pin number of the connector. The numbering system is different for female and male connectors. Example : Numbered in order Numbered in order from upper left to from upper right to lower right lower left The numbering system Read more
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Information for ♦ Relay and Fuse arrangements ♦ Connector arrangements ♦ Control Modules and Relays ♦ Ground Connections Component Locations Information for ♦ Troubleshooting Procedures -Guided Fault Finding using VAS 5051/5052 Power Supply Relay (terminal 30, B+), Vehicle Electrical System Control Module, Power Supply Relay 2 (terminal 15) A ‐ Battery C ‐ Generator (GEN) J317 ‐ Power Supply Relay Read more
Combination Meter Dedicated Fuse ELC 4-Speed Automatic Transaxle Control Module J/B Park/Neutral Position Switch Overdrive Switch Dedicated Fuse ELC 4-Speed Automatic Transaxle Control Module Power Source J/C (1) Stop Light Switch A/T Fluid Temperature Sensor Combination Meter ELC 4-Speed Automatic Transaxle Control Module J/B Vehicle Speed Sensor ELC 4-Speed Automatic Transaxle Control Module Read more
Component / Connector Locations
LEGEND 1/1 Battery 2/8 Overdrive relay 2/11 Relay, electric cooling fan 2/12 Relay, radio interference suppression 2/13 Relay, fuel Injection 3/1 Ignition lock 3/50 Throttle switch 4/6 Control unit, ECC 4/10 Control unit, ignition system EZ-K 4/15 Power stage, ignition system EZ-K 4/23 Control unit LH-jetronic 2.4 5/1 Combined instrument 4/40 Climate control MCC 6/25 Starter motor 6/31 Fuel pump 6/33 Fuel level sensor/primer Read more
Description: 2-way idle speed boost valve Alternator Auxiliary air regulator Battery Cold start enrichment relay Cold start enrichment vacuum switch Cold start valve Control pressure regulator Fuel enrichment switch Fuel gauge sending unit Fuel injection power supply relay Fuel pump Fuel pump relay Hall generator Hot pulse relay Idle boost control unit Ignition coil Ignition control unit Ignition distributor OXS control unit OXS frequency valve OXS thermoswitch Oxygen sensor Spark plug connectors Spark plugs Starter Thermo time switch Transfer fuel pump Voltage Read more