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Old 08-16-2005, 09:05 AM   #21
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Sorry..been burning both ends for Bfest and was snoozing. I can grab this info later today.
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That'll do. Or Echo? Look up Electronic Level Control Circuit in the index, go to that section (probably 8A in your manual). Tell us the location of the ELC relay (what position), and what color the wire is from that to the compressor.
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OK. Gawd, I really need to learn to better read/understand wiring diagrams, but here goes.

Looks the same as 95

Page 8A-42-1 ELC

Diagram shows "ELC Relay" Position E. Located in the "RH I/P Power Distribution Center" (passenger footwell)

and shows:

ORN to RED to ELC Fuse (30 Amp) in "RH Maxifuse Block" (Hot at all times)
(switched)
DK GRN to the Compressor Motor on the "ELC Compressor Assembly"

BRN to ABS/CCR/ELC Fuse 5B (10 amp) in "I/P (interior panel) Fuse Block" (Hot in run)
(energized coil?)
YEL to split: 1) to ELC Relay Control on "Inflator Timer Relay" and 2) to Compressor Signal on "ELC Height Sensor"

Not 100% sure of all of what I just said - hope this helps
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PERFECT. Thanks a bunch, Bob. That confirms position E for the relay if 12V is not present at the pump with the inflator on and ignition on. Dk Grn wire.
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PERFECT. Thanks a bunch, Bob. That confirms position E for the relay if 12V is not present at the pump with the inflator on and ignition on. Dk Grn wire.
I actually had a hunch that the info was good I am by no means a "gearhead" , but I like to do my part, when I can
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