Acura RL (1996-2004 year). Instruction — page 105

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138-1

Interlock System

How the Circuit Works

Key Interlock

Battery voltage is supplied at all times through fuse
39 to the key interlock switch. When you put the key
in the ignition, battery voltage is supplied to the key
interlock solenoid and the driver’s multiplex control
unit. When you move the A/T shift lever to PARK and
release the push button, the driver’s multiplex control
unit removes ground from the key interlock solenoid,
the solenoid is deenergized, and the key can be
removed from the ignition.

Shift Position Interlock

Battery voltage is supplied at all times through fuse
39 to the brake pedal position switch. With the
ignition in ON (II) or START (III), battery voltage is
supplied through fuse 20 to the shift lock solenoid.
When you push the brake pedal, battery voltage is
applied through the GRN/WHT wire to the
powertrain control module (PCM). If, at the same
time, you do not push the accelerator pedal, a low
voltage signal is sent through the RED/BLK wire to
the PCM. The PCM then applies voltage through
the WHT/GRN wire to the shift lock circuit in the
driver’s multiplex control unit. If the shift lever is in
the PARK position, the shift lock circuit provides
ground to the shift lock solenoid. The solenoid is
then energized and the shift lever can be moved
from the PARK position.

Refer to the Service Manual (Section 14, Automatic
Transmission) for specific tests or troubleshooting
procedures.

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Power Seats

Front Passenger’s Seat

B

FUSE 52

POWER
SEAT AS
30A

C307

PHOTO 37
VIEW 47

9

7

A

8

1

WHT/RED

WHT/RED

WHT/RED

UNDER-HOOD
FUSE/RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 33

FRONT
PASSENGER’S
POWER SEAT
SWITCH

VIEW 102

5

6

BACKWARD

FORWARD

BACKWARD

FORWARD

3

1

4

B

M

M

A

4

C612

PHOTO 128

WHT/RED

SLIDE
MOTOR

PHOTO 129

BLK

2

RECLINE
MOTOR

PHOTO 127

C645

PHOTO 127

2

1

C644

PHOTO 129

2

1

BLK

YEL/RED

YEL

RED

RED/YEL

BLK

RED

BLK

BLU

BLU/YEL

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-14.

G601

PHOTO 133

Note: Refer to page

143

, Driver’s Position Memory System (DPMS), for Driver’s Power Seat circuit schematic.

G641

PHOTO 129

17

WHT/RED

C442

PHOTO 108
VIEW 92

17

WHT/RED

C325

PHOTO 73
VIEW 76

BLK

BLK

C612

PHOTO 128

HOT AT ALL TIMES

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Power Seats

See Power
Distribution,
page 10-3.

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-16.

’04 Lumbar Support System

FUSE 8

DR POWER SEAT
RECLINING + RR HEIGHT
20A

C651

PHOTO 75
VIEW 74

15

4

5

GRN

WHT/RED

UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 75

LUMBAR
SUPPORT
SWITCH

BACKWARD

FORWARD

5

2

1

M

C659

PHOTO 125
VIEW 39

LUMBAR
SUPPORT
MOTOR

PHOTO 205

12

BLK

WHT

RED

BLK

C659

PHOTO 125
VIEW 39

See Power
Distribution,
page 10-3.

WHT/RED

3

BLK

BLK

BLK

G651

PHOTO 133

2

C694

PHOTO 214

1

WHT

YEL

2

1

WHT

YEL

HOT AT ALL TIMES

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Power Seats

How the Circuit Works

Front Passenger’s Seat

Power is supplied to the front passenger’s power
seat switch through fuse 52 at all times.

Slide

When you push the slide switch to the FORWARD
position, voltage is supplied to the slide motor
through the RED/YEL wire, and the motor runs,
moving the seat forward. With the switch in
FORWARD, the slide motor is grounded through the
RED wire and the normally closed contacts of the
backward switch.

When you move the slide switch to the
BACKWARD position, voltage is supplied to the
slide motor through the RED wire, and the motor
runs, moving the seat back. With the switch in
BACKWARD, the slide motor is grounded through
the RED/YEL wire and the normally closed contacts
of the forward switch.

Recline

When you push the recline switch to the FORWARD
position, voltage is supplied to the recline motor
through the YEL wire, and the motor runs, tilting the
seatback forward. With the switch in FORWARD,
the recline motor is grounded through the YEL/RED
wire and the normally closed contacts of the
backward switch.

When you push the recline switch to the
BACKWARD position, voltage is supplied to the
recline motor through the YEL/RED wire, and the
motor runs, tilting the seatback back. With the
switch in BACKWARD, the recline motor is
grounded through the YEL wire and the normally
closed contacts of the forward switch.

Refer to the Service Manual (Section 23, Electrical)
for specific tests or troubleshooting procedures.

Lumbar Support

Power is supplied to the lumbar support switch
through fuse 8 at all times.

When you push the lumbar support switch to the
FORWARD position, voltage is supplied to the
lumbar motor through the GRN wire, and the motor
runs, inflating the lumbar. With the switch in
FORWARD, the lumbar support motor is grounded
through the BLK wire and the normally closed
contacts of the backward switch.

When you push the lumbar support switch to the
BACKWARD position, voltage is supplied to the
lumbar motor through the GRN wire, and the motor
runs, deflating the lumbar. With the switch in
BACKWARD, the lumbar support motor is
grounded through the BLK wire and the normally
closed contacts of the forward switch.

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