Acura RL (1996-2004 year). Instruction — page 87

110-26

Headlights

5

2

3

1

GAUGE
RELAY

PHOTO 27

G301

PHOTO 31

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-6.

See Power
Distribution,
page 10-10.

FUSE 13

METER
SUN ROOF
7.5A

See Power
Distribution,
page 10-10.

YEL

YEL

C331

PHOTO 75
VIEW 66

2

See Gauge
Assembly,
page 80-5 or 80-9.

A

22

B

17

WHT/RED

See Gauge Assembly

WHT/RED

GAUGE
ASSEMBLY

PHOTO 71 (’99-’03)
PHOTO 212
VIEW 113

FUSE 55

METER
15A

RED/YEL

C307

PHOTO 37
VIEW 47

1

UNDER-
HOOD
FUSE/
RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 33

UNDER-
DASH
FUSE/
RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 75

FUSE 12

(RUNNING LIGHT)
7.5A

YEL/RED

C403

PHOTO 74
VIEW 90

11

FUSE 10

(RUNNING LIGHT)
10A

RED/BLU

C405

PHOTO 74
VIEW 60

6

9

YEL

C504

PHOTO 83
VIEW 68

7

YEL

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-4.

G251

PHOTO 46

DRL indicator
light control

Headlight
ON input

UNDER-
HOOD
RELAY
BOX C

PHOTO 23

DAYTIME
RUNNING
LIGHTS
CONTROL
UNIT

PHOTO 150
VIEW 65

(’99-’02 4)

7

)

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-16.

G651

PHOTO 133

(’99-’02 7)

4

)

BLK

BLK

BLK

Ground

3

C414

PHOTO 83
VIEW 91

9

C414

PHOTO 83
VIEW 91

2

GRN/RED

GRN/RED

6

See Brake
System
Indicator Light

PARKING
BRAKE SWITCH
Closed with
parking brake
applied.

PHOTO 81

YEL/RED

RED/BLU

Ignition
input

Battery
input

GRN/RED

GRN/RED

Parking
brake
input

C410

PHOTO 79
VIEW 50

9

PNK

8

PNK

To page 110-23 (’99)
or 110-25 (’00).

BLK

GRN/RED

Brake
indicator
control

See Brake
System
Indicator Light

13

12

2

‘99-’04 Canada

HOT IN ON OR START

HOT IN ON

HOT AT ALL TIMES

HOT AT ALL TIMES

DRL
INDICATOR
LIGHT

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110-27

Headlights

How the Circuit Works

WARNING

A transient high tension (25,000 V) occurs at the
bulb sockets of the high intensity discharge
(HID) lamps when the combination light switch
is turned ON. It may cause serious electrical
shock or electrocution if you do not observe the
cautions below.

CAUTION

Never turn on the combination light switch
before fitting the HID bulbs to their bulb
sockets and completing the reassembly of
the headlight assembly.

Do not service the headlight assembly in wet
conditions, such as rain or snow, near a
sprinkler system, or when your hands are
wet to prevent electrocution.

Do not touch the surface of the HID bulbs
with your bare hands and do not stain it with
any oils or fats.

Do not disassemble the inverter unit and the
igniter unit.

Do not turn on the HID bulb by using a power
source other than the battery mounted on the
vehicle.

Daytime Running Lights

When you turn the ignition switch to ON (II) with the
parking brake released, the daytime running lights
control unit supplies about 6 volts to the RED/BLU
wire (cavity 10), about 12 volts to the YEL/BLU wire
(cavity 1), and ground to the RED/BLU wire (cavity
11). This provides about 6 volts to both high beam
headlights, causing them to come on at reduced
brightness. If you apply the parking brake, ground is
applied to the daytime running lights control unit at
the GRN/WHT wire. If the parking brake is applied
before you turn the ignition switch to ON (II), the
daytime mode will remain off until you release the
parking brake. Once the high beams are in the
daytime mode, applying the parking brake will not
turn them off. When you switch to low beam, high
beam, or flash-to-pass operation, ground is applied
to the daytime running lights control unit through the
PNK wire, and the control unit then turns off the
daytime running lights mode.

Low Beams

The headlight low beam and high beam relays
receive battery voltage at all times. When you turn
the headlight switch to the HEAD position with the
dimmer switch in LOW, ground is applied through
the BLU/RED wire and lighting diode to the coils of
the headlight low beam and high beam relays. This
energizes the relays, applying battery voltage to the
left and right low beam headlights through fuses 46
and 45, which are grounded by G301 and G201
respectively.

High Beams

When you pull the dimmer switch to HIGH with the
low beams already on, ground is applied to the
dimmer relay from the dimmer switch. This
energizes the dimmer relay, applying ground
through the RED/BLU wire to the daytime
running lights control unit (cavity 10). The control
unit applies voltage to the high beam bulbs and
high beam indicator, which turns on the high beams
and indicator light. The low beam headlights go off
because their ground path is interrupted by the
activated dimmer relay.

Flash-to-Pass

When you hold the flash-to-pass switch in the ON
position, ground is applied through the BLU/RED
wire and the lighting diode to the coils of the
headlight low beam and high beam relays and
through the RED/BLU wire to the coil of the dimmer
relay. This energizes the headlight low beam and
high beam relays, applying battery voltage to the
low beam bulbs and the daytime running lights
control unit, and to the dimmer relay. The dimmer
relay is energized, applying ground through the
RED/BLU wire to the daytime running lights control
unit. The control unit applies voltage to the high
beam bulbs and high beam indicator, which turns
on the high beams and indicator light. The low
beams go off because their ground path is
interrupted by the activated dimmer relay.

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110-28

Cornering Lights

’96-’98

To page
110-29.

See Power Distribution,
page 10-8.

(Navi 2)

5

)

COMBINATION
LIGHT
SWITCH

VIEW 116

Turn
Signal
Switch

UNDER-
DASH
FUSE/
RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 75

G401

PHOTO 79

Left
Control

Right
Control

HAZARD
WARNING
SWITCH

PHOTO 159

Flasher

Left
input/
control

Right
input/
control

Battery
input

Ground

TURN
SIGNAL/
HAZARD
RELAY

PHOTO 74

UNDER-
DASH
FUSE/
RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 75

BLK

BLK

See Dash and
Console Lights

(Navi 3)

4

)

BLK/RED

(Navi 5)

2

)

RED

20

4

C502

PHOTO 77
VIEW 83

20

C403

PHOTO 74
VIEW 90

7

C415

PHOTO 81
VIEW 77

6

8

Turn
Left

Turn
Right

2

6

4

8

3

)

(Navi 4)

C502

PHOTO 77
VIEW 83

FUSE 40

HAZARD
10A

C301

PHOTO 36

4

1

WHT/GRN

WHT/GRN

FUSE 20

ECU
20A

C405

PHOTO 74
VIEW 60

2

BLK/YEL

9

C415

PHOTO 81
VIEW 77

1

3

5

See Power
Distribution,
page 10-8.

UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 75

UNDER-HOOD
FUSE/RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 33

RED/BLK

1

See Dash and
Console Lights

4

C406

PHOTO 74
VIEW 3

BLK/YEL

GRN/WHT

OFF

ON

BLK/YEL

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-8.

C331

PHOTO 75
VIEW 66

GRN/WHT

GRN/WHT

BLK/RED

See Ground
Distribution,
page 14-8.

14

12

TURN SIGNAL
LIGHT DIODE

PHOTO 84

RED

BLK/RED

13

PNK/BLU

16

C331

PHOTO 75
VIEW 66

To page
110-29.

GRN/YEL

14

C502

PHOTO 77
VIEW 83

See Turn
Signal and
Hazard
Warning
Lights

See Turn Signal
and Hazard
Warning Lights

HAZARD
WARNING
SWITCH
LIGHT

1

2

HOT IN ON OR START

HOT AT ALL TIMES

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Cornering Lights

’96-’98

G1

PHOTO 29

FUSE 49

SMALL LIGHT
7.5A

C306

PHOTO 36
VIEW 36

9

C29

3

RED/BLK

RED/YEL

RED/YEL

UNDER-
HOOD
FUSE/
RELAY
BOX

PHOTO 33

See
Headlight
Switch

Left Front
Parking Light
Connector

2

RED/YEL

RIGHT
CORNERING
LIGHT

CORNERING
LIGHT
CONTROL
UNIT

PHOTO 4

RED/YEL

C29

7

BLU/RED

BLU/RED

LEFT
FRONT
PARKING
LIGHT

RED/YEL

LEFT
CORNERING
LIGHT

BLU/WHT

8

BLU/WHT

BLK

5

BLK

BLK

BLK

BLK

2

2

1

1

G21

PHOTO 4

2

GRN/BLU

PNK/BLU

PNK/BLU

2

LEFT FRONT
TURN SIGNAL
LIGHT

PNK/BLU

Left Front
Turn Signal
Light
Connector

2

From page
110-28.

1

GRN/YEL

GRN/YEL

GRN/YEL

2

RIGHT FRONT
TURN SIGNAL
LIGHT

GRN/YEL

Right Front
Turn Signal
Light
Connector

2

From page
110-28.

2

GRN/YEL

C202

PHOTO 112
VIEW 27

7

GRN/YEL

C477

PHOTO 97
VIEW 29

2

GRN/YEL

GRN/YEL

GRN/YEL

PNK/BLU

See Turn
Signal Lights

+

See Power
Distribution,
page 10.

6

WHT

5A

CORNERING
LIGHT
IN-LINE FUSE

PHOTO 32

T3

PHOTO 64

CYLINDER
BLOCK

BLK

BLK

WHT

WHT

C28
FUSIBLE
LINK

BATTERY

NOTE: Wires that look like this are part of the optional cornering
lights harness installed between factory harness connectors.

HOT WITH HEADLIGHT

SWITCH IN PARK OR HEAD

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