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it probably will not matter which wire goes on which terminal as the sensor is a simple pick up of an impulse
however it you check the other sensor actuators on the other wheels , the colors should give you some indication
The Car uses an alternator to run electricaldevices in your vehicle while the engine is running.The alternator assemblyhelps the voltage regulator to to maintain the steady voltage. 1)Before buying new alternator ,first of all determine which alternator your car needs.Car models made from 1966 to 1970 have a 1.1 L or 1.2 L engine. Models from 1970 to 1978 have a 1.2 L, 1.4 L or 1.6 L engine. Models from 1979 to 1987 have 1.3 L, 1.6 L or 1.8 L diesel engine. Models 1988 to 1992 options include a 1.3 L, 1.5 L, 1.6 L or 2.0 L diesel engine. Models made from 1993 to 1997 also offer a 1.8 L engine. Models from 1998 to 2005 in the United States were available only with a 1.8 L engine. So before buying for new alternator check out this details. 2)The latest Toyota Corolla 2006 has 1.5 L, 1.8 L or 2.4 L engine. 3)After getting the exact alternator for your Toyota car engine. Follow this instructions to replace the alternator in car. 4)First of all disconnect the negative battery cable with a socket wrench. There is a gravel shield blocking the alternator. You will have to remove the gravel shield to access the alternator.The alternator is located under the car. 5)Then you will have to remove the battery terminal wire.to remove the battery terminal wire you will have to remove the electrical connector and loosen the nut on the alternator terminal with a socket wrench. And this will allow you to remove the battery terminal wire. 6)Now you can remove the alternator.to remove the alternator.you will have to remove the drive belt. For that you will have to loosen the two mounting bolts on the alternator with the help of socket wrench and this will help to take the alternator off the vehicle. 7)Now to install the new alternator assembly. You will require the torque wrench to tighten bolt .There are two bolts one is smaller and other is larger.Connect the smaller mounting to 18 foot-lb and the larger mounting to 40 foot-lb. 8)Then carefully connect the electrical harness and battery terminal wire to the alternator and tighten the retaining nut to the alternator terminal with a socket wrench. Install the gravel shield which you removed while removing the old alternator. Reconnect the negative battery cable with a socket wrench. The above instructions will help you to replace your cars alternator. Thanks.Goodluck.
Hi there: It might be different on a RAV4, but here's a description of that connector from a 2.0L engine:
"S" (Pin 3, white wire) - Sense line. It will eventually make its way back to the battery through several fuses. If this line is bad (corrosion, broken wire, blown ALT-S fuse), the alternator will overcharge, trying to compensate since it is not sensing enough voltage. Disconnect the battery, and check for continuity of this pin to the positive battery terminal and the alternator terminal. Both should be very close to 0 ohms.
"IG" (Pin 2, red-blue wire) - Supplies power for the regulator from the Gauge fuse. Should be 0V when the car is shut off, 13-15V when turned on.
"L" (Pin 1, yellow wire) - Goes to the charge warning light.
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bought new alternator and battery. This fixed the dash lighting up like a christmas tree. Park brake still stays on. However, there is no lights when driving at night in the dash (unable to see speedo, revs etc) and no light to interior light, original clock or anything. Any suggestions????
You can splice into each wire in turn at the back of the lamps.No need
to cut right through the origional loom completly. For a really good
joint you should spot solder each connection and insulate all joints
well. Tow bar sockets operate on a common earth, so no need to loop
Check back of socket and you will find each pin has a number. 1---7
The wiring colours from the socket back to the loom are as follows
No 1 Pin--- Yellow Wire---Left Side Flasher
No 2 Pin--- Blue Wire------Fog Lamp.
No 3 Pin--- White Wire--- Earth. Must have good contact or nothing else will operate.
No 4 Pin----Green Wire--- Right Side Flasher.
No 5 Pin----Brown Wire---- Left Side Park Light
No 6 Pin----Red Wire-------Brake Lights
No 7 Pin----Black Wire----Right Side Park Light. Centre Pin.
I hope this helps you out
Best of Luck with it