Oldsmobile Aurora - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Aurora - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Your vehicle is equipped with the [email protected]
(Personalized Automotive Security System) theft
deterrent system. [email protected] is a passive theft
deterrent system.
This means
you
don’t have to do
anything different to arm or
disarm the system.
It
works
when
you insert
or
remove the key from the ignition.
a
resistor pellet
in
the ignition key
that matches a
decoder
in
your vehicle.
When the PASS-Key%
system senses that someone is
using the wrong
key,
it
shuts down the vehicle’s starter
and fuel systems. For about three minutes, the starter
won’t work and fuel won’t
go
to the engine.
If
someone
tries to start your vehicle again or uses another key
during this time, the vehicle
will
not
start. This
discourages
someone from randomly trying different
keys
with
different resistor pellets
in
an attempt to make
a match.
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 stat and
the SECURITY
light is
on or
you
get
the CLEAN KEY.
..WAIT
3
MINUTES
message,
the
key
may
be
dirty or wet.
Turn
the
ignition
off.
Clean and dry the key. Wdit about three minutes and try
again.
The security light may 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 faulty. See your Aurora retailer or a
locksmith
who
can service the [email protected]
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If
you leave the turn signal on,
a
chime will sound after
you drive about
3/4
of a mile
(1.2
km).
Cruise
Control
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.
I f
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.
With cruise control, you can maintain a speed
of
about
25
mph
(40
km/h) or more without keeping your foot on
the accelerator. This
can really help on long trips.
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Malfunction
Indicator
Lamp
(Service Engine Soon Light)
A
computer monitors
operation of your fuel,
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ignition and emission
controls systems. This light
should come on
when
you
start your engine
as
a
check
to show you
it
is
working.
SERVICE
ENGINE
SOON
If
it does not come
on
at all, have it fixed right away.
If
it
stays
on,
or
it
comes
on
while you are
driving, the
computer is indicating that you have
a
problem. You
should take your vehicle
in
for service soon.
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NOTICE:
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.
Oil
Pressure
Warning
Light
OIL
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.
A warning
chime and the message
LOW
OIL
PRESSURE
may
also come
on.
These indicate that
oil
is
not going through your engine
quickly enough
to
keep
it
cool.
The
engine could be
low
on oil, or could have some other oil 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
o n
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.
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Add-on
Electrical
Equipment
NOTICE:
Don’t add
anything
electrical
to
your
Aurora
unless you check
with
your
retailer
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
A L ~ I - o ~ ~ ,
see “Servicing
Your Air Bag-Equipped Aurora”
in
the Index.
Removing the
Rear
Seat Cushion
To
access
the
battery
and
main
fuse
boxes, the
rear
seat
cushion must
be removed. You may
wish to have your
retailer do this for you.
NOTICE:
The
battery
and
main
fuse
boxes
are
located
under
the
rear
seat
cushion.
The
battery’s
ground
terminal
and
some
relay
wires
are
exposed. To
help
avoid
damage
to
the
battery
and
wires,
be
careful
when
removing
or
reinstalling
the
seat
cushion.
Do
not
remove
covers
from
covered
parts.
Do
not
store
anything
under
the
seat,
as
objects
could
touch
exposed
wires
and
cause
a
short.
To
Remove
the
Rear
Seat
Cushion
1.
Pull
up
on
the front
of
the cushion to release the
front
hooks.
2.
Pull
the cushion up and out toward the front of the
vehicle.
4.
Check
to make sure the safety belts are properly
routed and that
no
portion of any safety belt is
trapped under
the
seat. Also make
sure
the
seat
cushion
is
secured.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits in your vehicle are protected from
short circuits by
a
combination of fuses and circuit
breakers.
This greatly reduces the chance
of
damage
caused by electrical problems.
There
are three main fuse panels.
Two
are located under
the
rear
seat.
To
access these panels, you’ll need to
remove the seat.
See the previous description under
“Removing
the
Rear Seat
Cushion”
to
see how. This
procedure
is
somewhat difficult.
You
may
wish to have
your retailer replace the fuse, instead.
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Once the seat
is
removed,
you’ll find two
fuse panels
on the driver’s side of the
battery. Each
is
protected by
a
plastic box
with four tabs.
Pull
up
on
all four tabs at
the same time to loosen
them and pull
off the box.
Of these two panels, the cover on
the passenger-side
fuse panel
has
an
extra plastic cap attachment.
You’ll
need
to
slide this out
of
the grooves which
hold
it
there
before removing the
rest
of
the box.
To
replace the covers, line the four tabs
up
and simply
snap
them
back into place. The extra plastic cap
attachment slides back into place.
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The third fuse panel is located on the left side of the
instrument panel.
To
open
it,
simply pull on the latch
and the door will open.
You’ll find
a
fuse
puller clipped to the inside of the
cover. Place the wide end of
the fuse puller over the
plastic end
of
the fuse.
Squeeze the ends
over
the
fuse
and pull
it
out.
To
close the fuse door, press the door
closed and
it
will
latch.
Two spare
fuses
are
located below the fuse puller. You’ll
also find spare fuses
in
the slots labeled “Spare”
on
the
following
charts.
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 amp
rating.
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REAR
COMPARTMENT
DP’\rER
SIDE
FUSE
BLOCK
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Fuse
Usage
1
Interior Lamps Relay
2
Electronic Level Control Relay
3
Trunk Release
Relay
5
Fuel Pump Relay
Position
Circuitry
4
Not
Used
6
Driver Door Unlock Relay
7-
10
Not
Used
11
Rear Defogger Relay (Lower Zone)
12
Rear Defogger Relay (Upper Zone)
13
Not
Used
14
Spare
15
Spare
16
Spare
17-22
Not Used
23
Direct Accessory Power-Accessory
Relay
24
Direct Accessory Power-Ignition
Relay
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Fuse
Usage
Position
Circuitry
I.
2
4
5.
6
x.
9
I
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12,
13
15
16
17
18
I9
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Spare
Breaker-Power
Window/Sunrool'
Spare
S p r e
Breaker-Power
Seat
spa
re
Power Seat
Breaker.-Headlamps
HVAC
Blower
Mo~or
Ignition
3
Ignition
I
Rear Defogger
T r u n k
and FLKI
Door
Releases
Heated Seat
Electronic Level Control/lnstrument Panel
Exterior Lamps
(If
So
Equipped)
Power Door
Locks
Interior Lamp
Hazard
Lamps.
Stop Lamps
Parking
Lamps
Heated Outside h4irror
Back-Up
Lamps
Fuel
Door
Release
Not
Used
Battery
Thertmislor
Instrument Panel-Power
Antenna, Remote CD Changer.
Rndio
Chassis
Instrument Panel-Remote
Accessory Power Module. Oil
Level Indicator,
ALDL
Electronic Level Control
Fuel Pump
Powertrain
control
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1
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1
Fuse
Usage
-
Position
Circuitrv
1
2
3
4
5
4
7
8
9
10
1 1
12
13
14
1s
16
17
18
19
20
Supplemental
Inflatable
Restraint
(Air
Bag)
Il?jectors
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
Left
Exterior
Lamps
Turn
Signal
Lamps
1n.jector.s
Climate
Controls,
Magnetic
Speed
Right
Exterior
Lamps
Chime
(Ignition
1
),
Memory
Set
Powertrain Control
Module
Cruise
Control, VATS
PASS-Key%
Auxiliary
Power
Interior
Lamps
Brake-Transaxle
Shift
Interlock,
Heated
Oxygen
Sensor:
Linear
EGR
Driver
Information
Center
Radio
Climate
Control
Relay
Windshield
Wipers
Cigar
Lighter
Crank,
Air
Bag
Module
Climate
Control
Blower
Maxifuse/Relay
Center
It’s easy to check the fuses
in
this underhood relay
center. There are two locking arms on either
side
of
the
base of the cover. Reach down and unsnap each
one by
pulling the cover toward you, then pushing
it
away
while pulling up. Remove the cover. The inside of
the
cover has a chart that explains the features and controls
governed
by
each fuse and relay.
Headlamp
Wiring
The
headlamp wiring
is
protected by
a
circuit breaker
in
the wiring harness.
An
electrical overload
will
cause the
lamps
t o
go on
and off,
or
in some cases
to remain off.
If
this happens, have your headlamp system checked right
away.
Windshield
Wipers
The windshield wiper motor is protected by an internal
circuit breaker and a fuse in the fuse panel
on
the other
side
of
the instrument panel.
If
the motor overheats due
to
heavy snow, etc., the wiper
will
stop
until
the motor
cools.
I f
the overload
is
caused by some electrical
problem, have
it
fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit breakers
in
the fuse panel 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.