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Great Wall Sing (2006 year). Instruction - part 23

 

 

BE-80

Wire harness at tail door and of rear air-conditioner

SY SJ

wire harness of rear

air-conditioner

wire harness

of rear brush

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

V

10

11

12

13

NQ

Only the vehicle with SY model has the wire harness of rear air-conditioner shown in above-mentioned wire harness.

1

rear A/C switch

2

connected to cab wire harness

3

rear air-conditioning relay

4

grounding wire

5

temperature control switch

6

electromagnetic valve

7

temperature controller

8

speed-adjusting resistance

9

license lamp

10

license lamp

11

rear brusher motor

12

defroster

13

defroster

14

connected to cab wire harness

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

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BE-81

SF

1

connected to left rear wire harness

2

connected to left rear wire harness

3

lock switch at left tail door

4

electro-heating gate at tail door

5

electro-heating gate at tail door

6

left license lamp

7

electric rocker at tail door

8

right license lamp

9

lower limit switch at tail door

10 alarming switch at tail door

11 lock barrel at tail door

12 lock switch at right tail door

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Wire harness at tail door (continued)

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

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BE-82

Chassis Wire Harness

Dr

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

1

connected to cab wire harness

2

back up radar

3

fuel pump

4

fuel sensor

5

left backup radar probe

6

left rear fog lamp

7

left license lamp

8

left rear combination lamp

9

right backup radar probe

10 right rear fog lamp

11 right license lamp

12 right rear combination lamp

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

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BE-83

SL SK

1

connected to cab wire harness

2

fuel pump

3

grounding wire

4

connected to wire harness

5

connected to chassis wire harness

6

right rear combination lamp

7

right rear fog lamp

8

back up radar control box

9

right license lamp

10 left license lamp

11 left rear fog lamp

12 left rear combination lamp

Tail lamp wire harness should be fixed at the inner side of the rear baffle of load-compartment.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

chassis wire harness

tail lamp wire harness

Chassis wire harness (continued)

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

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BE-84

SY SJ

only for SJ model vehicle

N

2 3

4

5

6

Chassis Wire Harness (continued)

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

1

connected to cab wire harness

2

right rear combination lamp

3

right rear fog lamp

4

electric fuel pump

5

left rear fog lamp

6

left rear combination

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BE-85

SF

1

fuel level sensor

2

electric fuel pump

3

connected to cab wire harness

1

2

3

Chassis Wire Harness (continued)

Body Electric System

Wire Harness Distribution

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AC-1

Page

Introduction ................................................................. AC-2

Electric circuit diagram of air-conditioning system ...... AC-4

System constitutes ...................................................... AC-8

General introduction .................................................... AC-9

Troubleshooting .......................................................... AC-10

Inspection for refrigerant quantity ................................ AC-11

Compressor ................................................................. AC-12

Liquid container ........................................................... AC-14

Condenser ................................................................... AC-15

Cooling device ............................................................. AC-16

Refrigerant pipeline ..................................................... AC-20

AC

Air-conditioning System

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AC-2

Air Conditioning System

Introduction

In case the liquid refrigerant enters into the eye or touches the

skin, the following measures shall be taken:



Wash the part where is touched by the refrigerant with a

great deal of water.



Coat the skin with the clean Vaseline.



See the doctor or go to the hospital for treatment; and



Do not try to cure it yourself.

General Introduction

1.

Take notice when handling refrigerant General Introduction

(a)

Do not handling with refrigerant in the closed room or

near to open fire.

(b)

Safety goggles shall be worn when handling

(c)

Be careful to avoid the liquid refrigerant from entering

into your eye or touching you skin.

water

air

dust

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plug

2.

Take notice when changing the parts of refrigerant pipes:

(a)

The refrigerant shall be exhausted gradually before

changing.

(b)

The dismantled parts shall be covered with plug right

away so as to prevent the water or dust from entering into

the system.

(c)

Do not store the condenser or liquid tank under the

condition that the plug has been uncovered. and

(d)

Refrigerant shall be exhausted before installing the new

condenser, because the refrigerant, if not exhausted, will

eject out in gaseous form with the lubricant oil when the

plug is moved away.

3.

Take notice when fastening the connection parts:

(a)

Spread a little lubricant oil at the matching position of the

O-type ring to fasten the connection and avoid of gaseous

refrigerant leakage.

(b)

Fasten the nut with two spanners so as to avoid of the pipe

deformation.

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AC-3

Air Conditioning System

Introduction

(c)

Tighten the O-ring matching position or the threaded position

to the specified moment.

4.

Take notice when connecting measuring meter at branch pipes:

(a)

Connect the end of filling hose with high speed joint to the

filling valve of compressor.

(b)

Letter 

D marked on the compressor near the auxiliary valve

represents the side of high voltage while 

S means the side of

low voltage, which shall be looked out when connecting the hose.

(c)

Fasten the bolts by hand, and

(d)

In order to prevent the hose from loosing, lubricant oil shall not

be spread at the connection position.

Remarks: after connecting the measuring meter on branch pipes to

the refrigerant container (repairing tank), the air in the hose shall be

exhausted up.

5.

Take notice when vacuumizing:

After vacuumizing for 20 min, maintain the container at certain

pressure to ensure that all air in it is exhausted up, and another

inspection shall be made to see whether there is leakage.

6.

Take notice when handling with the refrigerant container

(repairing tank):

(a)

Do not heat it.

(b)

Store the container at the place where temperature is under 40



(c)

In case of heating the repairing tank with hot water, care shall

be paid to the valves at the top of tank, do not dip them into the

water, or the water will penetrate into the cooling system.

(d)

The empty repairing tank is forbidden to reuse.

8.

Take notice when using the high-pressure air cylinder type

inspecting device:

(a)

In case the open fire is used, it is the first to ensure before using

there is no flammable material around.

(b)

Be careful because toxic gas will be produced when the

gaseous refrigerant meets with the open fire.

7.

Take notice in the A/C operation or when adding the liquid

refrigerant:

(a)

In case the gaseous refrigerant in the cooling system is

insufficient, which can lead to the compressor burns out, and

such accidents shall be avoided.

(b)

If the valve on the side of high pressure is uncovered, the

refrigerant will flow in the reverse direction, which may lead

to the break of the repairing tank, therefore, only valves on the

side of low pressure are allowed to open or closed.

(c)

If the repair tank is laid in reverse direction, and the refrigerant

is added in liquid status, the liquid refrigerant will be

compressed, which may lead to failure of the compressor,

therefore, refrigerant shall be inflated in the gaseous status.

(d)

Be careful not over-inflate the gaseous refrigerant, otherwise,

such failures as insufficient cooling, increase of oil consuming

or over heat of engine will be followed.

under 40



incorrect

correct

measuring meter of branch pipe

loose

over-fastened

A/C operation

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AC-4

Electric Circuit Diagram of Air

Conditioning System

Electric circuit diagram of air-conditioning system (continued)

Dr

fuse

A/C switch

pressure switch

engine wire
harness

air blower

speed-adjusting

module

wind speed switch

M

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

O

2

4

4

 4

4

4

Q

4

4

4

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

P

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

R

1

1

N

1

1

1

1

N

6

6

6

6

6

S

7

7

T

U

8

8

9

9

10

10

11

12

13

ignition switch

pressure switch

A/C switch

speed adjusting

module of air blower

socket connectors of engine wire harness

wind speed switch

lk

^``

pq

fuse

ignition switch

air-conditioning relay

fuse

battery

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AC-5

Electric Circuit Diagram of Air

Conditioning System

SF

ST

fuse

three-state pressure switch

cold-hot
servomotor

circular
servomotor

mode
servomotor

main air-conditioning

control panel

speed
adjusting
module

air blower

b`r

power resistor

water
valve

M

j

j

j

M

ACC ON

+12V

5

R

R

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

P

P

P

P

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

N

N

N

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

O

O

O

O

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

Q

Q

Q

Q

4

6

6

6

6

6

6

S

S

6

S

6

7

7

7

8

8

8

9

9

9

10

10

10

11

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

20

21

22

23

24

23

ignition switch

modular air-door motor cold-hot air-door motor

air-in motor

three-stage

pressure switch

speed adjusting

modul

air conditioning

ignition switch

small light relay

fuse

fuse

electronic fan

water temperature relay

fuse

compressor relay

electromagnetic

 fan relay

compressor clutch

24

Electric circuit diagram of air-conditioning system (continued)

battery

18

5

17

16

3

15

19

14

22

1

13

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AC-6

Air-Conditioning System

(Electric Circuit Diagram)

S

SL SK SJ

fuse

air-conditioning

request relay

connect with ECU

fuse

ECU

^``lkpq

4

5

1

2
4 5 6

3 2

3 6

5 4

2

1

1

2

1

3

2

ignition switch

speed adjusting module

air blower

A/C SWITCH

pressure switch

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

compressor

electromagnetic fan relay

compressor relay

pressure switch

fuse

fuse

electromagnetic fan

air-conditioning

request relay

A/Cswitch

blower

air-volume switch

speed-adjusting resistance

heat-sensitive resistance

blower relay

charging indicating lamp

ignition switch

air-volume switch

Electric circuit diagram of air-conditioning system (continued)

battery

ECU

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AC-7

Air-Conditioning System

(Electric Circuit Diagram)

compressor

compressor relay

fuse

rearignition switch

electromagnetic

cutoff valve

rear speed-adjusting
resistance

temperature controller

rear wind-velocity switch

rear air-conditioning relay

air blower

electromagnetic fan relay

electromagnetic fan

air-conditioning request relay

A/C switch

R

ECU

pressure switch

speed-adjusting resistance

air

blower

blower relay

(electricity-connecting and
charging indicating lamp

air-conditioning

request relay

connect with ECU

2

1

3

1

2

3

3

3

2

2

1

1

4

4

4

4

1

1

2

2

3

3

5

5

5

6

6

6

4

fuse

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

4

4

4

4

4

5

5

5

5

6

6

6

6

7

7

8

8

SY

ST

ACC

ON

rearignition

switch

temperature

controller

rear wind-

velocity switch

rear speed-

adjusting resistance

speed-adjusting

resistance

air-volume

switch

A/C switch

ignition switch

ignition switch

fuse

heat-sensitive resistance

(air-volume

switch)

fuse

Electric circuit diagram of air-conditioning system (continued)

battery

ECU

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AC-8

Air-Conditioning System

System Component

system component

liquid tank

compressor

condenser

HP hose

LP hose

Tightening moment for air-conditioning pipeline



Open-wrench spanner (mm)

Tightening moment(N

m)

Threaded

joint of

com-

pressor

Threaded

joint

Pressing

plate bolt

14

17

Threaded head (mm)

Open-wrench spanner (mm)

Tightening moment(N

m)

Tightening moment(N

m)

Air-conditioning pipe-line

Tightening moment(N

m)

LP hose interface

HP hose interface

25

2

35

3

18

1.5

Dr SF

SL SK SY SJ

17

19

19

19

22

24

24

27

27

27

15

3

15

3

15

3

25~30

30~35

30~35

10

14

8~12

21~25

24

14

25~30

30~35

HP hose interface

evaporator

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AC-9

Air-conditioning System - General introduction

General introduction

Refrigeration cycle

1.

The refrigerant at the lower pressure side is condensed by the

compressor into the HT and HP gaseous refrigerant.

2.

These gaseous refrigerant flows into the condenser, where it is

turned into liquid refrigerant.

3.

Those liquid refrigerant flows into the liquid tank, where the

liquid refrigerant is stored and filtered so as to satisfy the

requirement of evaporator.

diaschage vent

indraft vent

compressor
    curent direction

evaporator

heat

heat

expansionvalve

liquid tank

4.

The liquid refrigerant is throttled by the expansion valve to reduce the pressure, so that the liquid refrigerant is turned

into the LT and LP mixture of liquid and gaseous refrigerant.

5.

The cold and fog-like refrigerant flows into the evaporator, where it is vaporized with the given heat, which is

absorbed from the hot air flow by the evaporator core. All liquid refrigerants are turned into the gaseous refrigerant

in the evaporator, and only the heated gaseous refrigerant is absorbed into the compressor. Then repeat the above-

mentioned cycling approach.

The refrigerant released from

the evaporator expands and

inflows through the evapora-

tor pipe. During this process,

the refrigerant absorbs the

heat in the air around the ra-

diating rib and pipe and

vaporizes, so that the tem-

perature inside the vehicle

reduces gradually.

The condenser allows the heated gas-

eous refrigerant to release heat to the

cooling air of engine, therefore, the gas-

eous refrigerant is cooled and turned

into liquid state again.

The expansion valve is used

to measure the gaseous re-

frigerant entered into evapo-

rator core, which reduces the

pressure and temperature of

refrigerant gradually.

The liquid tank is used to exhaust

the water in system and to filter

the dust and dunghill. It serves as

the store to store the redundant

refrigerant.

The compressor absorbs the
gaseous refrigerant emitted
from the evaporator and com-
presses it. In doing so, the tem-
perature and pressure of gas-
eous refrigerant increases
rapidly.

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AC-10

Air-conditioning System - Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Trouble

Reparation approaches

Page

Lack of cold air

Non-pull-in performance of electromagnetic clutch:

(a)

Break of ignition switch and fuse;

(b)

Trouble of electromagnetic clutch;

(c)

Trouble of A/C switch;

(d)

Wiring or grounding trouble;

(e)

Lack of refrigerant; and

(f)

Trouble of pressure switch.

Abnormal operation of compressor:

(a)

Looseness or break of driving belt;

(b)

Compressor trouble;

Expansion valve trouble;

Systematic leakage;

Liquid tank fusible plug melting or filtering

screen blocking;

Non-work of air blower:

(a)

Failure of A/C switch;

(b)

Failure of air blower motor, and

(c)

Wiring failure.

Change the fuse and check to see whether

there is short circuit;

Check the electromagnetic clutch;

Check the A/C switch;

Repair it as requirement;

Check the refrigerant pressure;

Check the pressure switch;

Adjust or change the driving belt;

Check the compressor;

Check the expansion valve;

Conduct lubricating test for the system

Check the liquid tank;

Check the A/C switch;

Check the air blower motor;

Conduct reparation as requirement.

Inconsecutive

cold air

Electromagnetic valve slip

Failure of expansion valve;

Wiring or connecting failure;

Over water content in system

Check the electromagnetic clutch;

Check the expansion valve;

Make reparation as requirement.

Reclaim the water first, then exhaust the

system to vacuum and inflate in the refrigerant.

Cold air occurs in

high-speed condition

Blocking of radiating face of condenser;

Driving belt slip;

Compressor failure;

Insufficient or redundant refrigerant;

Air existing in system

Check and wash the condenser

Check and change the driving belt;

Check the compressor;

Check the refrigerant quantity;

Vacuumize the system and inflate

the refrigerant;

Insufficient

cold air

Condenser blocking;

Driving belt slip;

Electromagnetic clutch failure;

Compressor failure;

Expansion valve failure;

Insufficient or redundant refrigerant;

Air existing in system;

Redundant compressor lubricant;

Liquid tank block

Check the condenser;

Check and change the driving belt;

Check the electromagnetic clutch;

Check the compressor;

Check the expansion valve;

Check the refrigerant quantity;

Reclaim the air, then vacuumize the sys-

tem and inflate the refrigerant;

Check the compressor lubricant quantity;

Check the liquid tank

Evaporator blocking or frosting

Air leakage in cooling device or air

pipeline;

Air inlet blocking;

Air blower motor failure;

Clean the evaporator radiating rib

or filter;

Make reparation as requirement

Make reparation as requirement

Change the air blower motor.

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Possible causes

Page AC-15

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Under-speed cold air

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