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Old 11-18-2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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S13 Chassis Wiring Master List

Alright guys, you better appreciate this. Hopefully you guys can use this as a good point of reference when you decide to tackle whatever wiring job you may happen to be working on.

I've had an OEM Wiring Diagram from 1988 for the S13 chassis, SOHC, and covers both hatch a coupe models. I'll Work on getting better pictures, but my scanner just isn't big enough for the pages (I'll take it to a copy place to have them scanned, and scaled down) Included in the book is a 7ft, color coded, schematic of the entire harness which I'll also figure out a way to get on here... possibly in a PDF or Zip. Anyways, hope you guys like it, I've never seen another one of these books.



Main Body Harness
M1 – Time control unit
M2 – Headlamp timer
M3 – Check connector
M4 – Warning chime
M5 – Fuse block
M6 – Accessory relay-1
M7 – Circuit breaker
M8 – Circuit breaker
M9 – Ignition relay
M10 – Ignition relay
M11 – To engine room harness (E101)
M12 – To engine room harness (E102)
M13 – To engine room harness (E103)
M14 – Bulb check relay
M15 – Rear window defogger relay
M17 – A.S.C.D. clutch switch
M18 – To door harness L.H. (D1)
M19 – To door harness L.H. (D2)
M20 – Driver side front limit switch
M21 – Kickdown switch
M22 – A.S.C.D. cancel switch
M23 – Stop lamp switch
M24 – A.S.C.D. main switch
M25 – Headlamp retractor switch
M26 – Illumination control switch
M27 – Front fog lamp switch
M28 – Shift lock control unit
M29 – Combination flasher unit
M30 – Mode door motor
M31 – Foot lamp L.H.
M32 – O.D. off indicator lamp
M33 – Rear wiper and washer switch
M34 – Rear window defogger switch
M35 – Hazard switch
M36 – Radio
M37 – Radio
M38 – Cassette deck
M39 – Cassette deck
M40 – Push control unit
M41 – Fan switch
M42 – Diode
M43 – To sub-harness (M44)
M44 – To main harness (M43)
M45 – Glove box lamp
M46 – Glove box lamp switch
M47 – To instrument harness (I1)
M48 – To instrument harness (I2)
M49 – Thermo control amplifier
M50 – Heater resistor
M51 – Blower motor
M52 – Foot lamp R.H.
M53 – To E.F.I. harness (F1)
M54 – To door harness R.H. (D101)
M55 – To door harness R.H. (D102)
M56 – To room lamp harness (R1)
M57 – Body ground
M58 – Intake door motor
M59 – To sub-harness (M60)
M60 – To main harness (M59)
M61 – Door lock timer
M62 – Washer warning lamp
M101 – Body ground
M102 – Lap belt buckle switch
M103 – Seat belt switch
M104 – Ash tray illumination
M105 – Cigarette lighter
M106 – Door mirror control switch
M107 – Automatic seat belt control unit
M108 – Parking brake switch
M109 – A/T device
M110 – Shift lock solenoid
M111 – Door switch L.H.
M112 – Automatic seat belt motor assembly L.H.
M113 – Body ground
M116 – Body ground
M117 – Rear speaker L.H.
M118 – Rear side marker lamp L.H.
M119 – Rear combination lamp L.H.
M120 – Rear combination lamp L.H.
M121 – Back-up lamp L.H.
M122 – Rear wiper amplifier
M123 – License lamp L.H.
M124 – License lamp R.H.
M125 – Body ground
M126 – Luggage room lamp switch
M127 – Back-up lamp R.H.
M128 – Luggage room lamp
M129 – Rear combination lamp R.H.
M130 – Rear combination lamp R.H.
M131 – Rear side marker lamp R.H.
M132 – Fuel tank gauge unit
M134 – Rear speaker R.H.
M135 – To back door harness (D501)
M136 – To back door harness (D502)
M137 – To back door harness (D503)
M138 – Automatic seat belt motor assembly R.H.
M139 – Door switch R.H.
M140 – Trunk room lamp switch
M141 – Trunk room lamp
M142 – High-mounted stop lamp
M143 – Rear window defogger
M144 – Rear combination lamp L.H.
M145 – Rear combination lamp R.H.
M146 – A.B.S. control unit
M147 – Body Ground
M148 – Rear sensor




Engine Bay Harness
E1 – Windshield wiper motor
E3 – A.S.C.D. actuator
E5 – Rear washer motor
E6 – Front washer motor
E7 – Washer fluid level switch
E9 – To E.F.I. harness (F8)
E10 – To E.F.I. harness (F9)
E11 – To engine room harness no.2(E201)
E12 – Inhibitor switch
E13 – Revolution sensor
E14 – Inhibitor switch
E15 – To solenoid valve sub-harness
E16 – Relay box
E17 – To engine room harness no. 2 (E202)
E18 – To engine room harness no. 2 (E203)
E19 – To engine room harness no. 2 (E204)
E20 – Body ground
E21 – Low-pressure switch
E22 – Battery
E23 – Battery
E24 – Body ground
E25 – Clutch interlock relay
E27 – Front side marker lamp R.H.
E28 – To front fog lamp sub-harness (E51)
E29 – Headlamp R.H.
E30 – Headlamp motor R.H.
E31 – Front combination lamp R.H.
E33 – Horn-high
E34 – Condenser fan motor
E35 – Horn-low
E36 – Headlamp motor L.H.
E37 – Headlamp L.H.
E39 – Front combination lamp L.H.
E40 – Front side marker lamp L.H.
E41 – Body ground
E42 – Relay box
E43 – Dropping resistor
E44 – Compressor
E46 – A.I.V. control solenoid valve
E47 – Brake fluid level switch
E50 – Windshield wiper amplifier
E51 – To engine room harness (E28)
E52 – Front fog lamp R.H.
E53 – Front fog lamp L.H.
E54 – Front wheel sensor L.H.
E55 – Body ground
E56 – Actuator
E57 – Wiper amp.
E58 – A.S.C.D. actuator
E101 – To main harness (M11)
E102 – To main harness (M12)
E103 – To main harness (M13)
E105 – Clutch switch
E106 – Key lock solenoid
E107 – Key Switch
E108 – Ignition switch
E109 – Combination switch
E110 – Combination switch
E111 – Horn switch
E112 – Steering switch
E113 – Windshield wiper and washer switch
E114 – To E.F.I. harness (F3)
E115 – To E.F.I. harness (F4)
E116 – To E.F.I. harness (F5)
E117 – A/T control unit
E118 – A.S.C.D. control unit



Engine (E.F.I.) Harness
F1 – To main harness (M53)
F2 – E.C.C.S. control unit
F3 – To engine room harness (E114)
F4 – To engine room harness (E115)
F5 – To engine room harness (E116)
F8 – To engine room harness (E9)
F9 – To engine room harness (E10)
F10 – F.I.C.D. solenoid valve
F11 – A.A.C. valve
F12 – Injector no. 4
F13 – Air regulator
F14 – Injector no. 3
F15 – Pressure regulator control solenoid valve
F16 – S.C.V. control solenoid valve
F17 – Exhaust gas sensor
F18 – Injector no. 2
F19 – Injector no. 1
F20 – Engine ground
F21 – Crank angle sensor
F22 – Engine temperature sensor
F23 – Thermal transmitter
F24 – Throttle valve switch
F25 – Throttle sensor
F26 – E.G.R. control solenoid valve
F27 – Air flow meter
F28 – Tacho resistor
F29 – Condenser
F30 – Ignition coil
F31 – Power transistor
F32 – Front wheel sensor R.H.


Lower Engine Harness (A/T)
E201 – To engine room harness (E11)
E202 – To engine room harness (E17)
E203 – To engine room harness (E18)
E204 – To engine room harness (E19)
E205 – Battery
E206 – Power steering oil pressure switch
E207 Alternator
E208 – Oil pressure switch
E209 – Starter motor
E210 – Exhaust gas temperature sensor
E211 – Vehicle speed sensor
E212 – Back-up lamp switch
E213 – Neutral switch
E214 – 5th position switch


Instrument Panel Harness
11 – To main harness (M47)
12 – To main harness (M48)
13 – Head-up display control unit
14 – Combination meter
15 – Combination meter
16 – Combination meter
17 – Combination meter
18 – Combination meter


Door Harness
L.H.
D1 – To main harness (M18)
D2 – To main harness (M19)
D3 – Door speaker
D4 – Door speaker
D5 – Door Mirror Motor
D6 – Power window regulator
D7 – Power window main switch
D8 – Power window amplifier
D9 – Door lock actuator
D10 – Door lock switch
D11 – Door latch switch

R.H.
D101 – To main harness (M54)
D102 – To main harness (M55)
D103 – Door speaker
D104 – Door speaker
D105 – Door mirror motor
D106 – Power window regulator
D107 – Power window sub switch
D108 – Door lock actuator
D109 – Door lock switch
D110 – Door latch switch


Rear Hatch Harness
D501 – To main harness (M135)
D502 – To main harness (M136)
D503 – To main harness (M137)
D504 – Rear window defogger
D505 – High-mounted stop lamp
D506 – To rear wiper sub-harness (D551)
D507 – To rear wiper sub-harness (D552)
D551 – To back door harness (D506)
D552 – To back door harness (D507)
D553 – Rear window wiper motor


Roof Harness (lamp and sunroof)
R1 – To main harness (M56)
R2 – To sun roof harness (S1)
R3 – Spot lamp
R4 – Interior lamp
R5 – Interior lamp
R6 – Interior lamp
R8 – Automatic seat belt front limit switch

S1 – To room lamp harness (R2)
S2 – Body ground
S3 – Sun roof switch
S4 – Slide relay – open
S5 – Sun roof motor
S6 – Safety relay
S7 – Slide relay – close
S8 – Safety limit switch

EDIT: Notice the last picture....Engrish at it's best, "Room Ramp".
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Old 11-18-2009, 10:45 PM   #2
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good work. I have something similar
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Old 11-20-2009, 01:12 AM   #3
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Haha, that's cool, now you don't have to flip pages back and forth.

What we really need (and I plan on putting together in the supposedly-upcoming wiring section) is pinouts/wire colors to all these plugs, or at least the important ones.
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Old 11-20-2009, 01:17 AM   #4
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yes Jordan that is a damn good idea, but all the info the op posted is readily avail in chiltons and FSM's.

but if you need any help with that Jordan let me know because I have 2 S13's worth of wiring harnesses, and I mean complete uncut harnesses so if you need to know the wire colors coming or going from anything Im sure I can help.

Seriously let me know.
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Old 11-22-2009, 12:11 PM   #5
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Haha, that's cool, now you don't have to flip pages back and forth.

What we really need (and I plan on putting together in the supposedly-upcoming wiring section) is pinouts/wire colors to all these plugs, or at least the important ones.
the book actually has that. this is just the first bit of information im posting. I know this stuff is in chiltons too, but IMO those books are garbage. Plus, this is a little easier than pulling up the fsm and looking through it for quick references. You guys know how many times we see the "where does this plug go" threads. Now we have a source to link them to instead of just telling them to go look it up themselves (which in all honesty, most prob. don't do.)
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I would love something like this for S13 SR since the FSM is not available in English.
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Good info I guess, but I just don't see the usefulness of the info you posted. Maybe it's just because I have access to wiring diagrams and could likely route an s-13 wiring harness with my eyes shut. I've kinda worked on a LOT of s-13's, including stripping them down to bare chasis and starting over. Once again good thought, I'm just not sure how much it will really help.
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It helps when you do an auto S13. The FSM doesn't do a good job of outlining what all the harnesses are.
I've never had a problem with mitchell???
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First, the thread wasn't meant to help someone who knows how to wire S13s in their sleep.

Second, the SOHC FSM is not available in PDF from what I've searched. I was forced to buy a hardcopy. I compared it with the DOHC FSM and there are slight differences.

Third, I prefer factory, but if given a choice, I would have to go with AllData because of our past history.

I've tried MOD on a few occasions but I wasn't familiar with the interface so it took more time.

I'm not as familiar with rewiring as you are so this thread would help me.
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thanks burns. this is useful to those who DOES NOT know (ie. myself) i will be tackling a wiring tuck so im sure this will be handy and now its bookmarked.

EDIT: now im just waiting for the colors =)
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Old 11-23-2009, 02:13 PM   #13
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yeah i mean this info wasn't presented to teach the guys who've owned a dozen s chassis. I still like to think that zilvia is a place to get good info and can actually be used as a good resource.

I just like putting what I have out there, and positively contributing to this site. If we all did the same (put out all the unbiased info we had) we would have fewer threads clogging stuff up with questions you can get from said info.
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Honestly, your stuff won't really help me either because I prefer to use my hardcopy of the SOHC FSM, but it will help me help others by having something to point to.
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i figured i can't hurt. Better than posting my "build" thread...
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I personally have nothing against "build" threads. They give me ideas on what the parts look like.
True they can help sometimes with arrangements. But, recently a lot of "build" threads have consisted of mainly "look at the parts i bought, heres a picture of a car torn apart, crap I'm out of money, done."

Anyways, to stay relevant, I'll start working on getting the color coated diagram loaded up. (I just have to bring the book over to staples and have them scan the 17" tall pages for me) It also gives some other information I'll get uploaded, and I'll add it to this thread.
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anyone know where i can get a full wiring diagram of a s14 k's interior harness.
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Old 01-28-2010, 10:25 AM   #22
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anyone know where i can get a full wiring diagram of a s14 k's interior harness.
FSM maybe.......

Nahh!!
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haha nice answer smart*ss I have a fsm for a jdm s14 not a ks aero thats what im looking for Dick!
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haha nice answer smart*ss I have a fsm for a jdm s14 not a ks aero thats what im looking for Dick!
And what makes you think there is going to be a different FSM for a S14 K's, Q's, A's?

If you pay attention when reading into it, the harness schematic or some were else, is going to tell you what model would include the variation, if there is a variation, Dick!!.
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And what makes you think there is going to be a different FSM for a S14 K's, Q's, A's?

If you pay attention when reading into it, the harness schematic or some were else, is going to tell you what model would include the variation, if there is a variation, Dick!!.
idk maybe different options different years just a thought but sorry Mr.Know it all haha yea right come on a 30yr old man that couldn't fix his brake lights and had to make a thread about it gtfo im done with this thread.
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How would I access grounds m101 and m125?
I can't see where they are in the picture...
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How would I access grounds m101 and m125?
I can't see where they are in the picture...
101 is under the drivers seat, and 125 is where the rear latch for the trunk is, the panel covers it if you still have it there. and the seat one is under the carpet on the hump
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This will def. help me figure out what i need to put back in and where i need to put it after i finish painting my interior. Thanks
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holy shit thats cool thnx

i just wish i had the color my friggen cigarette lighter thing wont work and i need it for GPS =/
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Haha, that's cool, now you don't have to flip pages back and forth.

What we really need (and I plan on putting together in the supposedly-upcoming wiring section) is pinouts/wire colors to all these plugs, or at least the important ones.
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