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In your case the soft switch will be 3-1-1 changing last bit to 0. if the code comes back do not reset as this code deals with the fuser it can catch on fire and that will ruin a perfectly good day.
Setting Software DIP SW1. Setting methodThis setting specifies the software DIP switch on the software SW setting screen. (*1)Caution 1: The bit of the DIP switch is written in
the non-volatile memory every time it is
changed. Caution 2: The numbers shown in the message
area are defined as follows:
Software SW 8-bit switch values in indicated in hexadecimals from 00 to FF.
Example: 04-7 : 1 A8
1 : ON
0 : OFF
Bit number (0 to 7)
Switch number 2. Setting proceduresStep1 Operation procedure Enter the 25 Mode.[25 mode menu screen] Hold Down the 25 and power on. Press the [1. Software SW] key.[Software SW setting screen]Select DIP switch number.Use the left [ ] , [ ] key.
Select bit number of the DIP switch.Use the center [ ] , [ ] key.
Select ON (=1) or OFF (=0) of the DIP switch.
Use [ON] or [OFF] key.
[ON] : Set bit.
[OFF] : Clear bit.
Press the [Return] key to return to the 25 mode
menu screen.For each switch function, refer to "List of Software DIP switches".
"S3" are 3 way switches, black screws are the common or shunt. (Adjust colors of wires to what you have).
You can easily change it to look like this:
All S3s are out. Replace one with an S1 (single pole). The other S3 is now the outlet. Silver screw for neutral gold screw for hot. Outlet is always on, S1 controls both lights.
Please note: There are several ways to wire 2 three way switches (S3) to control a light or two. This is just one with a way to change this method to the way you're look for. Your wiring may not allow you to do this as easily.
2 fans behind RAD
is 1MZ engine, the 5s is different. 1fan
1mz engine has 2 switches.
the twin fan engine is 1MZ (bingo)
the 1mz has 2 switches. a real pain when know one posts engine.
FSM data: ECT switches.
sw1--opens >208f closes < 190f
sw2.-opens >199f closes < 181f
i see the PCM has CF cooling fan control too.
my online source has 30+ pages of schematics
and covers it all but skips the fan wiring.
on the right fender fues box is the 4 or more fan /AC relays.
if you unplug the ECT sw1 or 2, or the relays im sure
you will find how is missing up and work from there.
it looks to me , (A/C drawings) that the PCM and A/C amp can both
control all fans but has 2 ways to do that.
PCM can see engine heat (ECT EFI) and activate fans when engine overheats, (normal at long idle times as stop sigs)
and the 2 , SW 1,'2 temperature switches are a backup i think too
all this and is staged, first 1 fan then next,
too bad the fan relay schematic is missing..
for connecting these sw
just see on mother board there you see nearabout 16 pins on right hand bottem of mother board
there you have an integation of connectorfrom right hand corner i.e 1-3 for reset sw, 2-4 for power sw and last switches for front usb and audio
if you have p-3 then you dont attech audio and usb cables on *********** board
The SW1 Connector This panel connector provides a set of switch and LED connectors found on ATX case. Refer to the table below for information. Device Pins HD_LED_P 1 FP PWR/SLP 2, 4 HD_LED_N 3 RST_SW_N 5, 8 RST_SW_P 6, 7 KEY 9, 10
Pins 1-9 are closest to the edge of the board. Pins 2-10 are above 1-9. Number 10 is missing .
I don't know the syntax but you could easily do this with setting the switches to a constant, then adding them up. The number set would need to be something so that there would only be one solution...the one that you were looking for.
sw1 = 1
sw2 = 2
sw3 = 4
If sw1 and sw2 is both on, but sw3 is off, the number would be 3
If sw2 and sw4 was on, the number would be 6
If all were on, the number would be 7, etc.