Geo Tracker - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

Geo Tracker - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

Seats
&
Safety
Belts
Seats
and
Seat
Controls
This
section
tells
you
about
the
seats
-
how
to
adjust them, and also about
reclining
from seatbacks, head
restraints, seatback latches, easy entry
seats, folding
rear
seat
and
reclining
rear seatbacks,
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Front
Seat
A
You
can
lose
control
of
the
L
vehicle
if
you
try
to
adjust
a
manual
driver’s
seat
while
the
vehicle
is
moving.
The
sudden
movement
could
startle
and
canfuse
you,
or
make
you
push
a
pedal
when
you
don’t
want
to.
Adjust
the
driver’s
seat
only
when
the
vehicle
is
not
moving.
Move
the lever under
the
front
seat
to
unlock
it.
Slide
the
seat to where you
want
it.
Then
release
the
lever and
try
to
move
the
seat
with
your
body,
to
make sure the
seat
is
locked
into place.
Features
&
Controls
Turn
Signal
and lane Change
lndicator
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 and
Circuit Breakers’’
in
the Index) and for
burned-out bulbs.
Instrument
Panel
1.
Air Vent
2.
Side Defroster Vent
3.
Turn SignaULights
4.
Instrument Cluster
5.
Hazard Warning Flasher
6.
Windshield Wiper/Washer Lever
7.
Rear Window Wiper Switch
8.
Comfort Controls
9.
Audio System
ControVHeadlight
Beam Lever
10.
Lighter
1 1.
Assist Grip
12.
GloveBox
13.
Transmission Shift Lever
14.
Coinholder and Bin
15.
Transfer Case Shift Lever
16.
Parking Brake Lever
17.
Ashtray
18.
Rear Window Washer Switch
19.
Ignition Switch
20.
Horn
21.
Fuse Block
22.
Rear Window Defogger Switch
23.
Brightness Control
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If
you
keep
driving
your
vehicle
with
this
light
on,
after
a
while
the
emission
controls
won’t
work
as
well,
your
fuel
economy
won’t
be
as
good
and
your
engine
may
not
run
as
smoothly.
This
could
lead
to
costly
repairs
not
covered
by
your
warranty.
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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 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 engine
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
Service
&
Appearance
Care
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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.
Don't
reach
through
the
grille
to
release
the
underhood
lever.
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When
you
open
the hood, you'll see:
1.
Battery
2.
Automatic Transmission Dipstick
(Option)
3.
Oil Fill Cap
4.
Brake Fluid Reservoir
5.
Air Cleaner
6.
Power Steering Reservoir (Option)
7.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
8.
Radiator Cap
9.
Electric Fan
10.
Engine Oil Dipstick
11.
Windshield Washer Reservoir
12.
Main Fuse
Box
CAUTION
A
Things that burn can
get on
hot engine parts and start a
fire. These include liquids like
gasoline, oil, coolant, brake fluid,
windshield washer and other
fluids, and
plastic or rubber. You
or others could be burned. Be
careful not
to drop or spill things
that
will
burn onto a hot engine.
Before
closing
the hood, be sure all
the
filler caps are on.
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Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits in your car
are
protected from short circuits
by
fuses,
circuit breakers
or
a
thermal link in the
wiring itself. This greatly reduces
the
chance of fires caused by electrical
problems.
The main
fuse
box
in
your engine
compartment
on
the right side.
It
protects all electrical loads.
For access to
the main fuses, pull off
cover.
A
spare fuse
is
also inside
the
fuse box.
Another
fuse
box
is
under the left side
of the instrument panel. The fuses here
protect each separate circuit including
headlights.
If
you
have electrical failure,
check here first.
Service
&
Appearance
Care
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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
its fuse, if
it
is
the size you
need.
Replace it as soon as you can.
Before replacing a fuse turn every
vehicle electrical switch off.
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Main
Fuse
Block
1-
Generator to Battery Circuit (60A)
2-
Circuits Only
Active
When
Ignition
Switch is
in
ACC,
ON
or
START
3-
Circuits Always
Active (40A)
4-
Circuits Always
Active (30A)
(50A)
[
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
1
-
Right
Headlight
(15A)
2-
Left Headlight; High
Beam Indicator Light
(1
5A)
3-Taillights;
Interior Light; Sidemarker Lights; Instrument Cluster Lights
(15A)
4-Stop
Lights; Horn (15A)
5-
Hazard Lights (15A)
6-Door
Lock (Option)
(20A)
7-
Lighter; Radio
(20A)
8-Ignition
System;
Warning and Indicator Lights (15A)
9-Turn
Signal
Lights; Back-up
Lights
(15A)
10- Wiperwasher
(1
SA)
1
1
-
Rear
Defogger
(
15A)
12-Heater
(25A)
13-Rear
Wheel
Anti-Lock
Main
Relay
(20A)
14-Electronic Fuel Injection
Main
Relay
(15A)