Buick LeSabre - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Buick LeSabre - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

These are some examples of vehicle symbols you may find on your vehicle:
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PASS-Key
®
III Operation
Your vehicle is equipped
with the PASS-Key
®
III
(Personalized Automotive
Security System)
theft-deterrent system.
PASS-Key
®
III is a passive
theft-deterrent system.
This means you don’t have
to do anything different
to arm or disarm the
system. It works when you
insert or remove the key
from the ignition.
When the PASS-Key
®
III system senses that someone
is using the wrong key, it shuts down the vehicle’s
starter and fuel systems. The starter will not work and
fuel will stop being delivered to the engine. Anyone
using a trial-and-error method to start the vehicle will be
discouraged because of the high number of electrical
key codes.
When trying to start the vehicle, if the engine does not
start and the SECURITY light comes on, the key
may have a damaged transponder. Turn the ignition off
and try again.
If the engine still does not start, and the key appears to
be undamaged, try another ignition key. At this time,
you may also want to check the fuse. See
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers on page 5-92
. If the engine still
does not start with the other key, your vehicle needs
service. If your vehicle does start, the first key may be
faulty. See your dealer who can service the
PASS-Key
®
III to have a new key made.
It is possible for the PASS-Key
®
III decoder to learn the
transponder value of a new or replacement key. Up
to 10 additional keys may be programmed for the
vehicle. This procedure is for programming additional
keys only.
Canadian Owners:
If you lose or damage your keys,
only a GM dealer can service PASS-Key
®
III to
have new keys made. To program additional keys you
will need two current driver’s keys. You must add a step
to the following procedure. After Step 2, repeat
Steps 1 and 2 with the second current driver’s key. Then
continue with Step 3.
To program the new key, do the following:
1. Verify that the new key has PK3 stamped on it.
2. Insert the current driver’s key in the ignition
and start the engine. If the engine will not start, see
your dealer for service.
3. After the engine has started, turn the key to OFF,
and remove the key.
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Turn and Lane-Change Signals
To signal a turn, move the lever on the left side of the
steering wheel all the way up or down. The lever returns
automatically when the turn is complete.
An arrow on the instrument
panel cluster will flash in
the direction of the
turn or lane change.
If your vehicle is equipped with the Head-Up
Display (HUD), an arrow will also appear in the display
area to indicate the direction of the turn or lane
change. See
Head-Up Display (HUD) on page 3-20
for
more information.
You may also have an arrow in the outside mirror that
flashes when the turn signal is used. See
Outside Power
Mirrors on page 2-35
for more information.
Raise or lower the lever until the arrow starts to flash to
signal a lane change. Hold it there until the lane
change is complete.
If the arrows flash very fast as you signal a turn or a
lane change, a signal bulb may be burned out and other
drivers will not see your turn signal.
If a bulb is burned out, replace it to help avoid an
accident. If the arrows do not go on at all when you
signal a turn, check the fuse. See
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers on page 5-92
.
Turn Signal On Chime
If your turn signal is left on for more than 0.8 miles
(1.3 km), a chime will sound at each flash of the turn
signal. To turn off the chime, move the turn signal lever
to the off position.
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
To change the headlamps from low beam to high beam
or high beam to low beam, pull the turn signal lever
toward you and release it.
While the high beams are
on, this light located on the
instrument panel cluster
will also be on.
If your vehicle is equipped with the Head-Up
Display (HUD), this symbol will also appear in the
display area to indicate the high beams are on. See
Head-Up Display (HUD) on page 3-20
for more
information.
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3. Now press the image height adjuster switch to
position the image as low as possible, while still
keeping it in full view.
4. Slide the dimmer lever downward until the HUD
image is no brighter than necessary.
To turn the HUD display off, slide the dimmer lever all
the way down.
If the sun comes out and the sky becomes cloudy, you
may need to adjust the HUD brightness using the
dimmer lever. Polarized sunglasses could make the
HUD image harder to see.
To change the display from English to metric units, push
the ENG/MET button located to the left of the steering
column.
Clean the inside of the windshield as necessary to
remove any dirt or film that reduces the sharpness or
clarity of the HUD image.
To clean the HUD lens, spray household glass cleaner
on a soft, clean cloth. Gently wipe and dry the HUD
lens. Do not spray cleaner directly on the lens to avoid
cleaner leaking inside the unit.
If the ignition is on and you can’t see the HUD image,
check to see if:
Something is covering the HUD unit.
The HUD dimmer lever is adjusted properly.
The HUD image is adjusted to the proper height.
A fuse is blown. See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers on
page 5-92
.
Keep in mind that your windshield is part of the HUD
system. If you ever have your windshield replaced,
be sure to get one that is designed for HUD or your HUD
image may look blurred or out of focus.
Accessory Power Outlets
The accessory power outlets can be used to plug in
electrical equipment such as a cellular telephone or CB
radio.
Your vehicle may have up to three power outlets
depending on the type of front seat you have. If your
vehicle has front bucket seats with a center console, you
will find two outlets inside the rear storage compartment.
An extra power outlet can be found in the ashtray.
Your vehicle may have a small cap that must be pulled
down to access the accessory power outlet. If it
does, when not using the outlet be sure to cover it with
the protective cap.
The accessory power outlets will only operate when the
ignition key is in RUN and for 10 minutes after turning
the ignition off. If you would like the outlets to operate
regardless of ignition position, and for extended periods
of time, see “Engine Compartment Fuse Block” under
Fuses and Circuit Breakers on page 5-92
or contact
your dealer.
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A. Engine Compartment Fuse Block. See “Engine
Compartment Fuse Block” under
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers on page 5-92
.
B. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 5-36
.
C. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 5-42
.
D. Engine Coolant Recovery Tank. See
Cooling System
on page 5-28
.
E. Radiator Pressure Cap. See
Radiator Pressure Cap
on page 5-26
.
F. Engine Oil Dipstick. See “Checking Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-13
.
G. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See “When to Add Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-13
.
H. Engine Coolant Air Bleed Valve. See “How to Add
Coolant to the Radiator” under
Cooling System
on page 5-28
.
I. Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick. See “Checking
the Fluid Level” under
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
on page 5-21
.
J. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir. See “Brake Fluid”
under
Brakes on page 5-37
.
K. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-18
.
Engine Oil
If the ENGINE OIL LOW
CHECK LEVEL DIC
message appears on the
instrument cluster, it
means you need to check
your engine oil level
right away. For more
information, see
DIC
Warnings and Messages
on page 3-49
.
You should check your engine oil level regularly; this is
an added reminder.
Checking Engine Oil
It is a good idea to check your engine oil every time you
get fuel. In order to get an accurate reading, the oil
must be warm and the vehicle must be on level ground.
The engine oil dipstick handle is a yellow loop. See
Engine Compartment Overview on page 5-12
for
the location of the engine oil dipstick.
Turn off the engine and give the oil several minutes to
drain back into the oil pan. If you do not, the oil dipstick
might not show the actual level.
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Power Windows and Other Power
Options
Circuit breakers in the rear fuse block protect the power
windows and other power accessories. When the
current load is too heavy, the circuit breaker opens and
closes, protecting the circuit until the problem is fixed
or goes away.
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The wiring circuits in your vehicle are protected from
short circuits by a combination of fuses and circuit
breakers. This greatly reduces the chance of fires
caused by electrical problems.
Look at the silver-colored band inside the fuse. If the
band is broken or melted, replace the fuse. Be sure you
replace a bad fuse with a new one of the identical
size and rating.
You will find a fuse puller clipped in both of the fuse
blocks. Snap the wide end of the fuse puller at the side
indentations and pull the fuse out.
The MaxiFuses are located in two fuse blocks, one
located in the engine compartment on the passenger’s
side and the other under the rear seat on the driver’s
side. If a MaxiFuse should blow, have your vehicle
serviced by your dealer immediately.
Engine Compartment Fuse Block
The engine compartment
fuse block is located near
the front on the
passenger’s side of the
vehicle. See
Engine
Compartment Overview on
page 5-12
for more
information on location.
Lift the cover to gain access. On some vehicles, there
may be an additional cover that you will need to lift
to gain access to the fuses.
Fuse 22 or 23 can be moved to the outer position to
provide continuous power to the auxiliary outlets
or cigarette lighter when the ignition is not on. See your
dealer for additional assistance, if needed.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Not Used
2
Accessory
3
Windshield Wipers
4
Not Used
5
Left Low-Beam Headlamp
6
Right Low-Beam Headlamp
7
Instrument Panel
Fuses
Usage
8
Powertrain Control Module Battery
9
Right High-Beam Headlamp
10
Left High-Beam Headlamp
11
Ignition 1
12
Not Used
13
Transaxle
14
Cruise Control
15
Direct Ignition System
16
Injector Bank #2
17
Not Used
18
Not Used
19
Powertrain Control Module Ignition
20
Oxygen Sensor
21
Injector Bank #1
22
Auxiliary Power
23
Cigarette Lighter
24
Fog Lamps/Daytime Running Lamps
25
Horn
26
Air Conditioner Clutch
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Relays
Usage
27
High-Beam Headlamp
28
Low-Beam Headlamp
29
Fog Lamps
30
Daytime Running Lamps
31
Horn
32
Air Conditioner Clutch
33
HVAC Solenoid
34
Accessory
35
Not Used
36
Starter 1
37
Cooling Fan 1
38
Ignition 1
39
Cooling Fan Series/Parallel
40
Cooling Fan 2
Circuit
Breakers
Usage
41
Starter
Fuses
Usage
42
Not Used
43
Empty
44
ABS
45
Not Used
46
Cooling Fan 1
47
Cooling Fan 2
48
Spare
49
Spare
50
Spare
51
Spare
52
Spare
53
Fuse Puller
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Removing the Rear Seat Cushion
Notice:
If you touch the exposed wires with
the metal on the seat cushion, you could cause a
short that could damage the battery and or
wires. Avoid contact between the rear seat and the
fuse center whenever you remove or reinstall
the rear seat. Do not remove covers from any of the
covered parts, and do not store anything under
the seats.
To remove the rear seat cushion, do the following:
1. Pull up on the front of the cushion to release the
front hooks.
2. Pull the cushion up and out toward the front of the
vehicle.
To reinstall the rear seat cushion, do the following:
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CAUTION:
A safety belt that isn’t properly routed through
the seat cushion or is twisted won’t provide
the protection needed in a crash. If the safety
belt hasn’t been routed through the seat
cushion at all, it won’t be there to work for the
next passenger. The person sitting in that
position could be badly injured. After
reinstalling the seat cushion, always check to
be sure that the safety belts are properly
routed and are not twisted.
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1. Buckle the center passenger position safety belt,
then route the safety belts through the proper slots
in the seat cushion. Don’t let the safety belts get
twisted.
2. Slide the rear of the cushion up and under the
seatback so the rear-locating guides hook into
the wire loops on the back frame.
3. With the seat cushion lowered, push rearward and
then press down on the seat cushion until the
spring locks on both ends engage.
4. Check to make sure the safety belts are properly
routed and that no portion of any safety belt is
trapped under the seat. Also make sure the seat
cushion is secured.
Rear Underseat Fuse Block
The rear fuse block is
located beneath the rear
seat on the driver’s
side. The rear seat cushion
must be removed to
access the fuse block. See
Removing the Rear Seat
Cushion on page 5-95
.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Fuel Pump
2
HVAC Blower
3
Memory
4
Assembly Line Diagnostic Link
5
Not Used
6
Compact Disc (CD)
7
Driver’s Door Module
8
Air Bag System (SIR)
9
Not Used
10
Right Parking Lamp
11
Vent Solenoid
12
Ignition 1
Fuses
Usage
13
Left Parking Lamp
14
Dimmer
15
Satellite Digital Radio
16
Left Front Heated Seat
17
Not Used
18
Rear Door Module
19
Stoplamp
20
Park/Reverse
21
Audio
22
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
23
Not Used
24
Not Used
25
Passenger Door Module
26
Body
27
Interior Lamps
28
Not Used
29
Ignition Switch
30
Instrument Panel
31
Right Front Heated Seat
32
Not Used
33
HVAC
34
Ignition 3 Rear
35
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
36
Turn Signal/Hazard
37
HVAC Battery
38
Dimmer
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Relays
Usage
39
Fuel Pump
40
Parking Lamp
41
Ignition 1
42
Rear Fog Lamp
43
Not Used
44
Park
45
Reverse
46
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
47
Fuel Tank Door Lock
48
Not Used
49
Ignition 3
50
Fuel Tank Door Release
51
Interior Lamps
52
Trunk Release
53
Front Courtesy Lamps
54
Not Used
55
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Circuit
Breakers
Usage
56
Power Seats
57
Power Windows
Relays
Usage
58
Cigar
59
Rear Defogger
Fuses
Usage
60
Not Used
61
Rear Defog
62
Not Used
63
Audio Amplifier
64
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
65
Cigar
66
Not Used
67
Not Used
68
Not Used
69
Spare
70
Spare
71
Spare
72
Spare
73
Spare
74
Spare
75
Fuse Puller
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