Geo Prizm - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

Geo Prizm - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

These
symbols
are
used
on
warning and
,
indicator
lights:
Engine
Coolant
Temperature
Battery
Charging
System
Fuel
Engine
Oil
Pressure
Malfunction
Indicator
(Check
Engine
Electrical
System)
Here
are some
other
symbols
you may
see:
Fuse
Lighter
Trunk Release
t
m
Hood
Release
Door
Ajar
Speaker
g...
Seats
&
Safety
Belts
For up to
60
seconds
after
the
ignition
key
is
turned
off
and
the
battery
disconnected, an air
bag
can
still
inflate
during
improper
service. You can
be
injured
if
you
are
close
to
an
air
bag
when
it
inflates.
Be sure to
follow
the
proper
service
procedures.
When electrical
work
is
done
under
the
hood or inside
your
vehicle,
the
ignition
should
be
in
LOCK
if possible.
Avoid wires
wrapped
with
yellow
tape,
or
yellow
connectors.
They are probably
part of the
air
bag
system.
But
if the
ignition
has
to
be
on for
electrical
work, or if the
steering
column
is
to
be
disassembled,
the air
bag
system
must
be
disconnected.
To
do
this:
Turn off
the
ignition.
Remove
the
SRS
(air
bag)
fuse
(see
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index).
IGN fuse,
which are connected
to
the
SRS
(air
bag)
system
(see “Fuses and
Circuit
Breakers’’
in
the
Index).
Disconnect
the
yellow
connector
at
the
base
of
the
steering
column.
Remove
both
the
CIG
fuse
and
the
When
the
work
is
complete, if the
air
bag
system
was
disconnected,
be
sure
to
reattach
everything
and
replace
the
fuse
before
turning
the
ignitionto
ACC,
ON
or
START.
When
you
turn
the
ignition
key
to
ACC,
ON
or
START
be sure
you
see
the
air
bag
readiness
light
on
the
instrument
panel. If
you
don’t
see
this
light
flash
and
then
go
out
as
usual,
have
your air bag
system
repaired.
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Features
&
Controls
Turn
S(
al
Id
f
a
1
Change
indicator
The
turn
signal
has
two
upward (for
Right)
and
two
downward
(for
Left)
positions.
These
positions
allow
you
to
signal
a
turn or a
lane
change.
To signal
a turn, move
the
lever
all
the
way
up or down.
When
the
turn
is
finished,
the
lever
will
return
automatically.
A
green
arrow on the
instrument
panel
will
flash
in
the
direction
of
the
turn or
lane
change.
To
signal
a
lane
change, just raise or
lower
the
lever
until
the
green arrow
starts
to
flash.
Hold
it
there
until
you
complete
your
lane
change. The lever
will
return
by
itself
when
you
release
it.
As
you
signal
a
turn or a
lane
change,
if
the
arrows
don’t
flash
but just stay on, a
signal
bulb
may
be
burned
out
and
other
drivers
won’t
see
your
turn
signal.
If
a
bulb
is
burned out, replace it
to
help
avoid
an
accident.
If
the
green
arrows
don’t
go
on
at
all
when
you
signal
a
turn, check
the
fuse
(see
Fuses
in
the
Index)
and
for
burned-out
bulbs.
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Operation
of
Lights
Although
your
vehicle’s
lighting
system
(headlamps,
parking
lamps,
fog
lamps,
side
marker
lamps
and
taillamps)
meet
all
applicable
federal
lighting
requirements,
certain
states
and
provinces
may
apply their
own
lighting
regulations
that
may
require
special
attention
before
you
operate
these
lamps. For example,
some
jurisdictions
may
require
that
you
operate
your
lower
beam
lamps
with
fog
lamps
at
all
times,
or that
headlamps
be
turned
on
.
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Features
&
Controls
Engine
Oil
Pressure
Light
If
you have
a
problem
with
your oil,
this
light
may
stay
on after you start
your
engine, or come
on
when
you are
driving.
This
indicates
that
there
is
not
enough
oil
pressure
to
keep
your
engine
properly
lubricated
and
cool.
The
engine
could
be
low
on oil, or could
have
some
other
oil
related
problem.
Have
it
fixed
right
away.
The
oil
light
could
also
come
on
in
three
other
situations:
When
the
ignition
is
on
but
the
engine
is
not running,
the
light
will
come
on
as
a
test
to
show
you
it
is
working,
but
the
light
will
go
out
when
you
turn
the
ignition
to
START.
If
it
doesn’t
come
on
with
the
ignition on,
you
may
have a
problem with
the
fuse
or
bulb.
Have
it
fixed
right
away.
Sometimes
when
the
engine
is
idling
at
a
stop,
the
light
may
blink
on
and
off.
This
is
normal.
may
come
on for
a
moment.
This
is
normal.
If
you
make a
hard
stop,
the
light
I
CAUTION
L
A
Don’t
keep
driving
if
the
oil
pressure
is
low.
If
you
do,
your
engine
can
become
so
hot
that
it
catches
fire.
You
or
others
could
be
burned.
Check
your
oil
as
soon
as possible
and
have
your
vehicle
serviced.
Damage
to
your
engine from
neglected
oil
problems
can
be
costly
and
is
not
covered by
your
Warranty.
Service
&
Appearance
Care
Then
go
to
the
front
of
the
vehicle
and
release
the
secondary
hood
release.
Lift
the
hood,
release
the
hood
prop
from
its
retainer
and
put
the
hood
prop
into
the
slot
in
the
hood.
CA
UTlON
A
An electric
fan
under
the
hood
can
start
up
and
injure
you
even
when
the
engine
is
not
running.
Keep
hands,
clothing
and
tools
away
from
any
underhood
electric
fan.
When
you
open
the
hood,
you’ll
see:
1.
Windshield Washer Reservoir
2.
Oil Fill Cap
3.
Engine Oil Dipstick
4.
Power Steering Reservoir
5.
Brake Fluid Reservoir
6.
Air Cleaner
7.
Engine Compartment Fuses
8.
Battery
9.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
10.
Automatic Transaxle Dipstick
11.
Engine Fan
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Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakem
The wiring
circuits
in
your
vehicle are
protected
from
short
circuits
by
a
combination
of
fuses,
circuit breakers,
and fusible
thermal
links
in
the
wiring
itself.
This
greatly
reduces
the
chance of
fires
caused by electrical
problems.
Your
fuse
block
is
beneath
the
instrument
panel
near
the driver’s door.
Pull
out
the
panel
marked
FUSES
to
display
the
fuse
block.
Most
of
your
fuses are in
the
fuse
block.
Some
are
in
two
electrical
centers
in
your
engine
compartment.
These
electrical
centers,
plus
a
component
center
behind
your
glove
box,
also
have
relays,
circuit
breakers and other
electrical
components.
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
correct
size.
If
you ever
have
a
problem
on
the
road
and
don’t
have
a
spare
fuse,
you
can
borrow
one.
Just
pick
some
feature of
your car that
you
can
get
along
without
-
like
the
radio or cigarette
lighter
-
and
use
it’s fuse,
if
it
is of
the
value
you
need.
Replace
it
as
soon
as
you can.
Headlights
The
headlight
wiring
is
protected by
a
circuit
breaker. An electrical
overload
will
cause
the
lights
to
go
on
and
off,
or
in
some
cases
to
remain
off.
If
this
happens,
have
your
headlight
wiring
checked
right
away.
Windshield
Wipers
The
windshield
wiper
motor
is
protected
by a
circuit
breaker
and
a
fuse. If
the
motor
overheats
due
to
heavy
snow,
etc.,
the
wiper
will
stop
until
the
motor
cools. If
the
overload
is
caused by some
electrical
problem
and not snow, etc.,
be
sure
to
get
it
fixed.
Service
&
Appearance
Care
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit
breakers
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.
Fuse
Block
Driver’s
Side
Instrument
Panel
l-Not
Used
2-Ignition
(10
Amp.)
3-Stop
(15
Amp.)
&Not
Used
%Cigarette
Lighter
6-ECU-B
(10
Amp.)
and
Radio
(20
Amp.)
7-Turn Signal
(7.5
Amp.)
8-Gage
(10
Amp.)
9-Taillight
(15
Amp.)
10-Defogger
-
I/UP
(7.5
Amp.)
11-ECU-IG
(15
Amp.)
12-Wiper
(20 Amp.)
A-Power
(30
Amp.)
B-Defroster
(30 Amp,)
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