NSX V6-3.2L DOHC (VTEC) (1997)
Variable Valve Timing Actuator: Diagram Information and Instructions
Circuit Identification For In-Line and Fuse Box Connectors
Use the chart shown to help diagnose multiple symptoms in separate circuits which could be caused by a single problem in a connector shared by those
circuits. Here's how that chart could help you find such a problem:
1. Pick one of the multiple symptoms and look up the schematic for that circuit.
2. Make a list of all in-line and fuse box connectors in that schematic.
3. Then, in the chart, look up each connector on your list to see if circuits related to the other symptoms run through one of them. If they do, inspect
that connector for the problem.
Example: The horn, A/C, and the right headlight don't work. List all in-line and fuse box connectors in the horn circuit and then check the chart. You find
that C211 is common to the A/C circuit and the headlight circuit, so you inspect C211 and find the problem: bent terminals.