Geo Prizm - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Geo Prizm - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Turn Signal
and
Lane
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.
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A
green
arrow
on
the
inskment panel
will
flash
in
the direction of
the
turn
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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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Engine
Oil
Pressure
Light
If
you have a problem, with
your oil, this red 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 have some other oil
related problem. Have it fixed right away.
The
oil
light
could also come on in three other
situations.
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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.
If
you make
a
hard stop, the light may come on for
a
moment.
This
is normal.
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NOTICE:
Damage
to
your
engine
from
neglected
oil
problems
can be
costly
and
is
not
covered
by
your
warranty.
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When
you
open
the
hood,
on the 1.8L
(Code
8)
engine
with anti-lock brakes you’ll see:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Windshield
Washer Reservoir
Oil
Fill
Cap
Engine
Oil Dipstick
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
Brake
Fluid Reservoir
Air Cleaner
Engine Compartment Fuses
Battery
Engine Coolant Reservoir
Automatic Transaxle Dipstick
(if
equipped)
Electric Engine Fan
Radiator
Pressure
Cap
Before closing
the
hood,
be sure all the
filler
caps
are
on
properly.
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Add-on Electrical
Equipment
NOTICE:
Don’t
add
anything
electrical
to your
Geo
unless
you
check
with
your
dealer
first.
Some
electrical
equipment
can
damage
your
vehicle
and
the
damage
wouldn’t
be
covered
by
your
warranty.
Some
add-on
electrical
equipment
can
keep
other
components
from
working
as they
should.
Your vehicle
has an air
bag
system.
Before
attempting
to
add
anything electrical to your Geo, see “Servicing Your
Air
Bag-Equipped
Geo”
in
the Index.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits
in
your
vehicle are protected from
short circuits by 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.
For access to the fuses, pull
the
knob
on
the
cover.
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. The larger electrical center
in the engine compartment
hasa fuse puller
attachedto
the inside
of
the
cover. You can use
the
puller
to
remove
any fuses.
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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 vehicle that you
can get along without
--
like the
radio or air conditioner
--
and
use
its fuse,
if
it is of the
value
you need. Replace it as soon
as you can.
Before replacing a fuse, turn every vehicle electrical
switch off.
Headlamps
The headlamp
wiring is protected by a circuit breaker.
An
electrical overload will cause the lamps to
go
on
and
off,
or
in
some cases to remain
off. If this happens, have
your headlamp 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.
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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Driver’s
Side
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
1.
Not
Used
2.
Ignition
3.
stop
4.
Not UsedSpare
5.
Cigarette Lighter and Radio
6.
ECU-B
7.
Turn Signal
8.
Gage
9.
Taillamp
10.
Defogger
-
I/UP
11.
ECU-IG
12.
Wiper
A.
Power
B.
Defroster
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Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
1.
Electronic Fuel Injection F/HTR
2.
Alternator-S
3.
Fan
4,
Dome Lamp
5.
Hazard
Warning Flashers; Horn
6.
Fan
-
I/UP
7.
Left Head
8.
Right
Head
9.
Not Used/Spare
10.
Not UsedSpare
11.
Not
Used/Spare
12. AM2
A. Anti-Lock
Brake System (ABS)
B.
Alternator
C.
AM1
A. Electronic Fuel Injection F/HTR
Relay
B.
Headlamp
Relay
C.
Engine Main
Relay
D.
Fan
Relay #I
E.
Horn Relay
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