Pontiac Firebird - 1994 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 1994 Fuse Box Diagram

Features
and
Controls
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.
jumper into
terminal
“A.”
Terminal
“A”
is the
bottom terminal on the far
left.
3.
Insert the other end
of
the fused
You
have grounded the program input
line. You should hear the door locks lock
and unlock
within one to three seconds.
Nhen matching transmitters, the first
ransmitter code matched
will
bestored
in
loth memories until a
second transmitter
s
matched. This means that the second
ransmitter will
not
work until it is
natched in step
5.
0.
5.
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a.
7.
Press any button on the first
transmitter. The door locks should
lock and unlock.
Press any button
on
the second
transmitter. The door locks should
lock and unlock.
Remove the fused jumper from the
DLC. The system
will
not
work
unless
the jumper is removed.
Check that all the buttons on
both
transmitters work
correctly.
[f the transmitters don’t
work, or if
you’d
rather
not
match the transmitters yourself,
see
your Pontiac dealer.
Battery
Replacement
&der
normal
use,
the
batteries
in
your
rey
chain
transmitter
should
last
about
:wo
years.
You can
tell
the
batteries
are weak
if
the
:ransmitter
won’t
work
at
the
normal
-ange
in
any
location.
If
you
have to get
:lose to your
vehicle
before
the
:ransmitter
works,
it’s
probably
time to
:hange
the
batteries.
I‘o
replace
batteries
in
the
Remote
Lock
Zontrol:
1.
Pop
the
cover
off
by inserting
a
dime
(or similar
object)
in
the
slot
between
the
covers
and
twisting.
first.
2.
Lift
off
the
front
cover,
bottom
half
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Features
and
Controls
I
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SECUIITY
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
another
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
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Faulty. See your
Pontiac
dealer
or
a
locksmith
who
can
service the
[f
you
accidentally
use
a
key
that
has
a
Jamaged 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
another
ignition
key.
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 on
and
stays
on,
you
will
be able to restart
your
engine
if you
turn it
off.
Your
I1
system,
however,
is
not
working
properly
and
must
be
serviced
by
your
Pontiac
dealer.
Your
vehicle
is
not
protected
by
the
PASS-Key%
system.
If
you
lose or damage
a
I1
ignition
key, see your
Pontiac
dealer or a
locksmith
who
can
service
PASS-Key% to have
a
new
key
made.
In
an emergency,
call the Pontiac
Roadside
Assistance
Program on
1-800-ROADSIDE
or
1-800-762-3743.
New
Vehicle
“Break-Zn”
NOTICE:
Your modem
Pontiac
doesn’t need
an
elaborate
“break-in.”
But
it
will
per-
form
better
in
the
long
run
if
you fol-
low these
guidelines:
Keep
your
speed
at
55
mph (88
km/h)
or
less
for
the
first
500
miles
(804
km).
Don’t
drive
at
any
one
speed
-
fast
or
slow
-
for
the
first
500
miles
(804
km).
Don’t
make
full-throttle
starts.
Avoid
malung
hard
stops
for
the
first
200
miles
(322
km)
or
so.
During
this
time
your
new
brake
linings
aren’t yet
broken
in.
Hard
stops
with
new
linings
can
mean
premature
wear
and
earlier
replacement.
Follow
this
“brealung-in”
guideline
every
time you
get
new
brake
linings.
Features
and
Controls
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
start
to flash. Hold it there
until
you
complete
your
lane
change. The lever
will
return b!
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.
feadlight
High/Low
Beam
’0
change the headlights
from
low
beam
3
high or high
to
low,
pull
the
turn
signal
:ver all
the
way
toward
you.
Then
:lease it. When
the
high
beams
are on,
lis blue light on
the
instrument
panel
lso will
be
on.
Windshield
Wipers
fou
control
the
windshield
wipersby
urning
the
band
with
the
wiper
symbol
In
it.
;or a
single
wiping
cycle,
turn
the
band
to
‘MIST.”
Hold
it
there
until
the
wipers
;tart,
then
let go. The
wipers
will
stop
ifter
one
cycle. If
you
want
more
cycles,
lold the
band
on
“MIST”
longer.
You
can
set
the
wiper
speed
for
a
long
or
;hort
delay
between
wipes.
This
can
be
iery useful
in
light
rain
or
snow.
Turn
the
>and
to
choose
the
delay
time.
The
closer
:o
“LO,”
the
shorter
the
delay.
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Sun
Visors
To
block
out
glare,
you
can
swing
down
the
visors. You can also swing
them to
the
side.
The
elastic
bands
on
your
visor
provide
extra
strorage
for maps
or
papers.
Covered
Visor
Vanity
Mirror
Pull
down
the
sun
visor
and
lift
the
cover
to
expose
the
vanity
mirror.
Ashtray
and
Lighter
Front
Ashtray
Lift up
the
cover to open the ashtray.
To
remove it, lift up on either side of
the ashtray. If
you have an automatic
transmission, the ashtray is near the front
of your console. If
you have
a
manual
transmission, the
ashtray is near
your
cupholder.
NOTICE:
Don’t put papers and other things
that
burn into your
ashtray. If you do,
cigarettes or other smoking materials
could set them on fire, causing
damage.
Cigarette
Lighter
To
use the lighter,
push it in all
the
way
and let go.
When
it’s
ready,
it will pop
back by itself.
NOTICE:
Don’t
hold
acigarette 1ighter:in
with
your
hand while it is heating. If
you
do,
it
won’t
be
able to back
away
from the heating element when
it’s
ready. That can
make it overheat,
damaging the lighter and the heating
element.
If
you
plug accessories into your
cigarette
lighter,
such
as
heating
devices or air corn.
pressors,
these
accessories
should
have
a
rated
current of less
than
15
amps.
Exceed
ing this limit will result in
a
blown fuse.
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Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
'he
wiring
circuits
in
your
vehicle
are
rotected
from
short
circuits by
a
ombination
of
fuses,
circuit
breakers,
nd fusible
thermal
links
in
the
wiring
self.
This
greatly
reduces
the
chance of
ires caused by electrical
problems.
'here
are
two
fuse
centers
on
your
ehicle.
One is in
the
left side of your
lstrument
panel.
The
other is in
the engine compartment.
3pen
the cover on either of
the
boxes to
:xpose
the fuses.
>oak
at
the silver-colored band
inside
the
'use.
If the
band is broken or melted,
.eplace
the fuse. Be sure you replace a
)ad fuse with a new
one
of
the correct
rize.
f
you ever have a problem
on
the
road
md don't have a spare fuse, you
can
)orrow one. Just pick some feature
of
Jour vehicle
that
you
can get along
without
-
like the radio or cigarette
ighter
-
and
use its fuse, if
it
is the size
IOU
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
headlightwiring 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.
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.
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Service
and
Appearance
Care
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/Ail
Conditioner); Rear Defogger
(25
Amp.)
4
-
Powertrain Control Module;
Instrument Cluster; PASS-Key
Decoder Module (10 Amp.)
5
-
Powertrain Control Module;
PASS-Key
11s
Decoder Module;
Fuel Pump Relay (15 Amp.)
;
6
-
Brake LightKruise Release
Switch; Hazard Flasher
(20
Amp.)
7
-
Power Door Locks; Power Mirrors;
Hatch Release (15 Amp.)
8
-
Audio Alarm
Module;
Relay; Courtesy Lights: Console
Compartment, Glove Box,
Dome,
Trunk,
Rear
Courtesy,
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
(25 Amp.)
15
-
Power
Windows,
Convertible
Top
Switch
(30
Amp.
Circuit
Breaker)
Module
(3
Amp.)
(15
Amp.)
(25
Amp.)
(30
Amp.
Circuit
Breaker)
16
-
Diagnostic
Energy
Reserve
17
-
Radio;
Steering
Wheel
Controls
.
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B
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Underhood
Electrical
Center
Fuses
1
-
Electronic
Brake
Control
Module
(5
Amp.)
2
-
Fog
Lamps
(20
Amp.)
3
-
HeadIight
Doors
Module
(15
4
-
Headlight
Doors
Module
(1
5
5
-
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
(5
Amp.)
6
-
Coolant
Fan
Relays;
EVAP
Canister
Purge
Solenoid;
Exhaust
Gas
Recirculation; Low Coolant
Relay;
Reverse
Lockout
Solenoid
(10
Amp.)
Amp.)
Amp.)
7
-
Air Injection Pump Assembly;
8
-
Not
Used
9
-
Fuel Injectors
(7.5
Amp.)
10
-
Fuel Injectors
(7.5
Amp.)
11
-
VIN Engine Code
S:
Camshaft
Air 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.)
12
-
Air Conditioning Compressor
Relay; Cruise Control Switches
and Module
(20
Amp.)
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
-
Traction Control System
H
-
Fog Lamps
J
-
Not
Used
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