Pontiac Firebird - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 1993 Fuse Box Diagram

Seats
&
Safety
Belts
Your
vehicle
has a driver’s air bag
and a
right-front
passenger’s air bag.
Both
bags
must
be
disconnected
if
the
ignition
has
to
be on
for
electrical
work
or
if
the
steering
column is to
be
disassembled.
First,
disconnect the
driver’s
air
bag
like
this:
1.
Turn
off
the
ignition.
2.
Remove
the
SIR (air bag)
fuse.
(See “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers’’
in
the
Index.)
3.
Disconnect
the
yellow
connector
at
the
base
of
the
steering
column.
After
you
follow
this
procedure for the
driver’s air
bag,
then
disconnect
the
right-front
passenger’s air bag
like
this:
1.
Remove
the
cover
under
the
2.
Disconnect the small yellow
When
the
work
is
complete,
if
the
air
bag
system
was
disconnected, be sure
to
reattach
everything
and
replace
the
fuse
before
turning
the
ignition on. When
you
turn
the
ignition
key
on,
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.
instrument
panel.
connector
below
the
glove
box.
L
Safety
Belt
Use
during
Pregnancy
Safety
belts work
for
everyone,
including
pregnant
women.
Like
all
occupants,
they
are
more
likely
to be seriously
injured
if
they
don’t
wear
safety
belts.
A pregnant
woman
should
wear a
lap-shoulder
belt,
and
the
lap
portion
should
be
worn
as
low
as
possible
throughout
the
pregnancy.
The
best
way
to
protect
the
fetus
is
to
protect
the
mother.
When a safety belt
is
worn
properly,
it’s
more
likely
that
the
fetus won’t
be
hurt
in
a crash.
For
pregnant
women,
as
for
anyone,
the
key
to
making
safety
belts
effective
is
wearing
them
properly.
5.
If
you are programming two
transmitters, press any button on
the
second transrktter.
~e
door locks
should lock and
unlock.
When matching transmitters, the first
I
To
match
transmitters
to
your
vehicle:
1.
Find
the
Data
Link
Connector
(DLC).
It
is
in
the
bottom
of the instrument
panel
near the steering
column.
2.
Insert
one
end
of
a fused jumper into
terminal
“G.”
Terminal
“G”
is the
top
terminal
on
the
far
right.
3.
Insert
the
other end
of
the
fused
jumper
into
terminal
“A.”
Terminal
“A”
is the bottom
terminal
on
the far
left.
You
have
grounded
the
program
input
line.
You
should
hear
the
door
locks lock
and
unlock
within
one
to
three seconds.
4.
Press
any
button on
the
fist
transmitter.
The
door
locks
should
lock
and
unlock.
transmitter code matched
will
be
stored in both memories unless
a
second transmitter
is
matched.
This
means that the second transmitter
will
not
work
unless
it
is
matched
in step
5.
6.
Remove the fused jumper from the
DLC.
The system will
not
work
unless the jumper
is removed.
7.
Check
that all the buttons on both
transmitters work
correctly.
If
the transmitters don’t work, or if
you’d rather not
match the transmitters
yourself, see your Pontiac dealer.
Battery
Replacement
Under normal use, the batteries in
your
key chain transmitter should last about
two
years.
1
You
can tell the batteries are weak
if the
transmitter won’t
work
at the normal
range in any location.
If
you
have
to
get
close to your vehicle before the
transmitter works,
it’s probably time to
change the
batteries.
To replace batteries in the Remote
Lock
Control:
1.
If
your transmitter has
a screw,
remove
the
screw
from
the
back
cover. If it
doesn’t have
a screw, pop
the
cover
off
by
inserting
a
dime
(or
similar object) in
the
slat
between
the covers and twisting.
first.
2.
Lift
off
the front cover, bottom
half
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The
ignition
key
must
be
clean
and
dry
before it’s inserted
in
the
ignition or the
engine may
not start. If
the
engine does
not
start
and
the
SECURITY
light stays
on
when
you
try
to start
the
vehicle,
the
key
may
be dirty
or
wet.
Turn
the
ignition
off.
Clean
and
dry
the
key.
Wait
about
three
minutes
and
try again, The
SECURITY
light
will
remain
on
during
this
time.
If
the
starter
still
won’t
work,
and
the
key
appears
to
be
clean
and
dry,
wait
about
three
minutes
and
try
the
other
ignition
key.
At
this
time, you
may also
want to
check
the
fuses (see “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers”
in
the Index). If the starter
won’t
work
with the other key,
your
vehicle
needs service. If your
vehicle
does start, the first ignition
key
may
be
faulty. See your Pontiac dealer or
a locksmith
who
can service
the
If
you accidentally use a key
that
has a
damaged
or missing resistor pellet,
the
starter won’t
work and the security light
will flash. But
you don’t have to wait
three minutes before trying one of the
other ignition keys.
See your Pontiac dealer or a locksmith
who can service the
to
have a new
key
made.
If you’re ever driving and the
SECURITY
light comes
an
and stays
on, you
will
be able
to
restart your
engine
if
you turn it off.
Your
PASS-Key
11’
system, however,
is
not working
properly
and
must be serviced by your Pantiac
dealer.
Your
vehicle
is
not
protected
by
the
PASS-Key [email protected] system.
If
you lose or damage
a
PASS-Key
11’
ignition key, see your Pontiac dealer
or
a
locksmith who
can service PASS-Key [email protected]
to have a
new
key
made.
Features
&
Controls
I
a
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8
6
4
Ensure the shift lever
is
fully
in
P
(Park)
range before starting the engine. Your
Pontiac has a brake-transmission
shift
interlock. You have to fully
apply
your
regular brakes
before
you
can
shift
from
P
(Park)
when
the
ignition
key
is
in
the
Run
position. If
you cannot
shift
out of
P
((Park),
ease pressure on the shift lever
-
push the
shift lever all
the
way into
P
(Park) and also release the
shift
lever
button
on floor shift console models
as
you
maintain brake application. Then
move the shift lever into the
gear
you
wish.
{Press
theshift lever button
before
moving
the shift lever
on
floor shift
console models.)
See
“Shifting
out
of
P
(Park)”
in
this part.
R (Reverse)
Use this gear
to
back up.
I
NOTICE:
To
rock
your
vehicle
back
and
forth
to
get
out
of
snow,
ice
or
sand
without
damaging
your transmission, see “Stuck:
In Sand, Mud, Ice or
Snow, If
You’re”
in
the Index.
N
(Neutral)
In this
position, your
engine
doesn’t
connect
with
the
wheels.
To
restart
when
you’re
already
moving,
use
N
(Neutral) only.
Also,
use
N
when
your
vehicle
is
being
towed.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
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.
There
are
two
fuse
centers
on
your
vehicle.
One
is
in
the
left
side
of
your
instrument
panel.
The
other
is
in
the
engine
compartment.
Open
the
cover
on
either of the
boxes
to
expose
the
fuses.
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
of
the
correct
value.
Just
pick
some
feature
of
your
vehicle
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.
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 h
e
.
If
the
motor
overheats
due
to
heavy
snow,
etc.,
the
wiper
will
stop
until
the
motor
cools.
If the
overloadis caused
by
some
electrical
problem
and
not
snow,
etc.,
be
sure
to
get
it fixed.
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=
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
andcloses,
protecting
the
circuit until the problem is
fixed or goes
away.
Main
Fuse
Block
1
-
Air
Bag:
SIR
Components
2
-
Backup Lights; Daytime
Running
(15 Amp.)
Lights Module (Canada); Turn
Flasher
(20
Amp.)
3
-
HVAC Selector Switch
(Heater/Air
Conditioner); Rear Defogger
(25
Amp.)
4
-
Engine Control Module, Instrument
Cluster; PASS-Key
I P
Decoder
Module
(10
Amp.)
5
-
Engine Control Module;
PASS-Key [email protected] Decoder
Module;
Fuel Pump Relay
(1
5
Amp.)
6
-
Brake
Light/Cruise
Release
Switch;
Hazard
Flasher
(20
Amp.)
7
-
Power
Door
Locks;
Power
Mirrors;
Hatch
Release (15 Amp.)
8
-
Amplifier;
Audio
Alarm
Module;
Courtesy
Lights:
Console
Compartment,
Glove Box,
Dome,
Remote
Lock
Control,
Rearview
Mirror
and
Radio
(15
Amp.)
9
-
Audio
Alarm
Module;
Daytime
Running
Lights
Module
(Canada);
Diagnostic
Energy
Reserve
Module;
Instrument
Cluster;
Remote
Lock
Control
Module
(10 Amp.)
10
-
Exterior
Lighting
(20
Amp.)
11
-
Cigarette
Lighter;
Horn
Relay
12
-
Power
Seats;
Rear
Defogger
13
-
Brightness
Control
(5
Amp.)
14
-
Windshield Wipermasher
15
-
Power
Windows
(35
Amp. Circuit
16
-
Diagnostic
Energy
Reserve
Module
17
-
Radio;
Steering
Wheel
Controls
(25
Amp.)
(35
Amp.
Circuit
Breaker)
(25
Amp.)
Breaker)
(3
Amp.)
(15 Amp.)
Underhood
Electrical
Center
Fuses
1
-
Electronic
Brake
Control Module
(5
Amp.)
2
-
Fog
Lamps
(20
Amp.)
3
-
Headlight
Doors
Module
(1
5
Amp.)
4
-
Headlight
Doors
Module
(1
5
Amp.)
5
-
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
(5
Amp.)
6
-
Coolant
Fan
Relays; EVAP
Canister
Purge
Solenoid;
Exhaust
Gas
Recirculation;
Reverse
Lockout
Solenoid
(10
Amp.)
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7
-
Air Injection Pump
Assembly;
Air
8
-
Not
Used
9
-
Fuel Injectors
(7.5
Amp.)
10
-
Fuel Injectors
(7.5
Amp.)
11
-
VIN Engine Code
S:
Camshaft
Pump Relay
(20
Amp.)
Position Sensor; Crankshaft
Position Sensor; Electronic
Ignition Module
(10
Amp.)
VIN Engine Code P:
Ignition Coil;
Ignition Coil Driver
(10
Amp.)
Relay; Cruise Control Switches
and
Module;
Low
Coolant Relay
(20
Amp.)
12
-
Air Conditioning Compressor
Relays
B
-
Air
Conditioning Compressor
C
-
Anti-Lock
Brake System
D
-
Primary
Coolant Fan (Driver Side)
E
-
Air Pump
F
-
Secondary
Coolant
Fan
(Passenger
Side)
G
-
Low
Coolant
H
-
Fog
Lamps
J
-
High
Blower
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