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Chrysler Voyager 3.3 '96 wł. wyłącznik świateł ale jak?

Posiadam fabrycznie układ wyłączający światła ale ze zwłoką 90 s czyli Come/Living Home w aucie Chrysler Voyager. Ale ja bym chciał to wyłączyć żeby światła gasły zaraz po wyłączeniu stacyjki !!! Teraz pytanie jak ? Mam schemat, działa to w ten sposób że sygnał podawany jest na oddzielny Body Control Module czyli BCM przez specjalny przekaźnik zwany COMBINATION FLASHER /DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS MODULE (DRL) i teraz nie wiem co z tym zrobić ?? Można by zewrzeć sygnał do masy który wyłączał światła po wyłączaniu stacyjki ? Zamieszczam opis i schemat tego układu (ang)


JUNCTION
RELAYS
BLOCK

DRL/COMBINATION MODULE
FLASHER
FUSES

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CONTENTS
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GENERAL INFORMATION
COMBINATION FLASHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
COMBINATION FLASHER / DAYTIME RUNNING
LAMPS (DRL) MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COMBINATION FLASHER FUNCTION . . . . . . . .
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
COMBINATION FLASHER WITH / WITHOUT

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DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS MODULE--
CIRCUIT DIAGNOSTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TURN SIGNAL MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH .
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
COMBINATION FLASHER WITH / WITHOUT
DRL MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . .

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The Junction Block is adjacent to and left of the
steering column of the vehicle.

INTRODUCTION
The turn signals are actuated with a lever on the
left side of the steering column just ahead of the
steering wheel. The signals are automatically turned
off by a canceling cam (two lobes molded to the clockspring mechanism). The cam comes in contact with
the cancel actuator on the turn signal (multi-function) switch assembly. Either cam lobe, pushing on
the cancel actuator, returns the switch to the OFF
position.
Lane change signaling is actuated by applying partial turn signal stalk movement toward the direction
desired until the indicator lamps flashes in the
instrument cluster. When the switch stalk is released
the stalk will spring back into the neutral position
turning OFF the turn signal.
With the ignition switch ON and the turn signal
switch stalk actuated left or right, current flows
through the:
o Combination flasher
o Multi-function switch
o Turn indicator lamp
o Front and rear turn signal bulbs.
A chime will sound after the vehicle has traveled a
distance of approximately 0.5 mile with the turn signal ON.

COMBINATION FLASHER
The Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Flasher is a
module providing the vehicle with turn signal and
hazard warning functions and has been designed
with internal relays to take advantage of low current
switching requirements in the vehicle. It is plugged
into the Junction Block at position 4 (Fig. 1), where
all wiring associated with its operation is terminated.

Fig. 1 Combination Flasher Location
To gain access to the flasher, remove the lower
steering column cover and knee blocker. Refer to
Group 8E, Instrument Panel and Systems for
removal procedures.

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
COMBINATION FLASHER FUNCTION
The Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Flasher is a
module providing turn signal, hazard warning functions and has been designed with internal relays to
take advantage of low current switching require-

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ments in the vehicle. It is plugged into the Junction
Block at positions 4 (Fig. 1) where all wiring associated with its operation is terminated. The Junction
Block is adjacent to and left of the steering column of
the vehicle.
To gain access to the device, remove the lower
steering column cover and knee blocker, refer to
Group 8E, Instrument Panel and Systems.
The combination flasher may be operated in its
hazard warning mode either with or without the ignition circuit being active. However, in order to operate
in the turn signal mode, the ignition circuit must be
completed to the module.
While the combination flasher is idle, there is no
current drawn through the module. The device does
not become active until a signal ground circuit is
supplied to either of the turn signal inputs or the
hazard warning input.
Typical flash rate for the flasher is 90 flashes per
minute.
When a lamp is burnt out for a given side of the
vehicle or a wire is open to a lamp, the flash rate will
increase to 180 flashes per minute when in the turn
signal mode. When in the hazard warning signal
mode the flash rate remains at 90 flashes per
minute.
Turn signal inputs that actuate the flasher are low
current grounds, each drawing a maximum of 300
mA., and are provided to the flasher through the
Junction Block from the multi-function switch that is
mounted to the steering column. The hazard warning
signal input is a low current ground drawing a maximum of 600 mA. through the multi-function switch.

COMBINATION FLASHER / DAYTIME RUNNING
LAMPS (DRL) MODULE
The Combination Flasher/DRL is a module providing turn signal, hazard warning, and daytime running light functions, and has been designed with
internal relays to take advantage of low current
switching requirements in the vehicle. It is plugged
into the junction block at positions 3 AND 4 (Fig. 2)
where all wiring associated with its operation is terminated. The Junction Block is adjacent to and left of
the steering column of the vehicle.
To gain access to the device, remove the lower
steering column cover and knee blocker, refer to
Group 8E, Instrument Panel and Gauges.
The combination flasher/DRL may be operated in
its hazard warning mode either with or without the
ignition circuit being active. However, in order to
operate in the turn signal mode or the DRL mode,
the ignition circuit must be completed to the module.
While the combination flasher portion is idle, there
is no current drawn through the module. The device
does not become active in the turn signal or hazard

Fig. 2 Junction Block Terminal Pins
warning modes until a signal ground circuit is supplied to either of the turn signal inputs or the hazard
warning input. With the ignition OFF, there is no
current drawn through the module.
While the ignition is ON, the front turn signal filaments are illuminated steadily thus providing the
DRL function. The DRL function may be inhibited by
applying a signal ground input from either the park
brake circuit or the headlamp relay activation circuit.
Typical flash rate for the flasher is 90 flashes per
minute.
When a lamp is burnt out for a given side of the
vehicle or a wire is open to a lamp, the flash rate will
increase to 180 flashes per minute when in the turn
signal mode. When in the hazard warning signal
mode the flash rate remains at 90 flashes per
minute.
Turn signal inputs that actuate the flasher are low
current grounds, each could draw a maximum of 300
mA., and are provided to the flasher through the
Junction Block from the multi-function switch that is
mounted to the steering column. The hazard warning
signal input is a low current ground that could draw
a maximum of 600 mA. through the multi-function
switch.

DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
TURN SIGNAL MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH
To test turn signal, headlamp beam select and optical horn portion of the multi-function switch:
(1) Remove the multi-function switch, refer to
removal procedures.
(2) Using an ohmmeter check continuity reading
between multi-function switch pins. Refer to (Fig. 3)
for proper pin numbers and Turn Signal Multi-Function Switch Test chart.

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o AWD Solenoids
o Rear Window Defogger (EBL) Relay Coil
The ignition input to the combo-flasher will draw
typically 5 mA of current while active.
For diagnostic test procedures refer to (Fig. 8)
through (Fig. 11).

Fig. 3 Turn Signal-Multi-FunctionSwitch Pin
numbers
TURN SIGNAL MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH TEST
SWITCH POSITION

CONTINUITY BETWEEN

LEFT

4 AND 8

RIGHT

3 AND 8

HAZARD

9 AND 10

HI BEAM

9 AND 121

MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH
WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING A STEERING COLUMN EQUIPPED WITH AN AIRBAG REFER TO
GROUP 8M, RESTRAINT SYSTEMS FOR PROPER
AND SAFE SERVICE PROCEDURES.

1 AND 8

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

COMBINATION FLASHER WITH / WITHOUT
DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS MODULE--CIRCUIT
DIAGNOSTICS
The battery input (Pin 1), is brought into the Junction Block through the Electrical Distribution Wiring
(EDW) harness (Fig. 4) through (Fig. 7). It originates
under the hood in the Power Distribution Center
(PDC) through a 20 ampere fuse at position 15 (5th
position from the upper end) and labeled HAZARD.
This circuit (L09) is the only power feed to the combination-flasher/DRL.
The ignition input of Pin 6 (Fig. 5) (Fig. 7), only
senses that the ignition circuit is ON and does not
supply current to the module in a way that would
power the system. This RUN/START circuit is
brought into the junction block to a 10 ampere fuse
labeled TS BU LMP at the bottom right side. The circuit designation out of the fuse is A22D. This circuit
feeds the combo-flasher and the following systems
with Ignition voltage if the vehicle is so equipped:
o Back-Up Lamps
o Electrochromic Inside Rear view Mirror
o A/C Control Head
o Mini-Trip Computer
o ABS Module
o Front Blower Relay Coil
o Rear Blower Relay Coil

REMOVAL
(1) Release hood latch and open hood.
(2) Disconnect and isolate battery negative cable.
(3) Remove upper and lower steering column
shrouds, refer to Group 19, Steering for proper procedures.
(4) Disconnect wire connector from back of turn
signal multi-function switch (Fig. 12).
(5) Remove screws holding turn signal switch to
steering column adapter collar.
(6) Remove turn signal switch.
INSTALLATION
For installation, reverse the above procedures. Verify switch operation by placing the control stalk in
either the right or left position and turning the steering wheel to ensure the automatic cancellation of the
switch.

COMBINATION FLASHER WITH / WITHOUT DRL
MODULE
REMOVAL
(1) Remove lower steering column cover.
(2) Remove knee blocker.
(3) Pull combination flasher from junction block.
INSTALLATION
For installation, reverse the above procedures.

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Fig. 4 Electronic Combination Flasher Circuit

BASE
INTO
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VIEW INTO BASE OF FLASHER / DRL

FLASHER
LOGIC

HDLP
MESS DRL
FROM
RELAY LOGIC
CTR.
BCM

Fig. 5 Junction Block Terminal Call-Out

Fig. 6 Electronic Combination Flasher withDRL Circuit

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Fig. 7 Junction Block Terminal Call-Outwith DRL

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Fig. 8 Combination Flasher Diagnosis

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Fig. 9 Combination Flasher Diagnosis-Continued

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Fig. 10 Combination Flasher Diagnosis With DRL

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Fig. 11 Combination Flasher Diagnosis WithDRL-Continued

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CONTROL
FUNCTION
MULTISWITCH
STALK

MOUNTING
WASH TROL
WIPER/CONSCREWS

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Fig. 12 Turn Signal Multi-Function Switch

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