Oldsmobile Aurora - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Aurora - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

Remember,
the
theft-deterrent
system
won’t
be
activated
if
you lock the doors with
a key or manual door lock. It
only
activates if
you use a
power
door
lock
switch
or
Remote Lock
Control System.
You
should
also
remember
that
you can start your vehicle
with
the
correct
ignition
key
if the alarm
has
been
set
off,
but
this
does not
shut
off
the alarm.
Here’s
how
to
avoid
setting
off
the
alarm
by
accident:
If
you
don’t
want to activate
the
theft-deterrent
system,
the
vehicle
should
be
locked
after
the
doors
are
closed.
Always
unlock
a door with
a
key, or use
the Remote
Lock Control System. Unlocking
a
door
any
other
way
will
set
off
the
alarm.
Testing
the
Alarm
The
alarm
can
be
tested
by
first
having
the
driver’s
window
down.
’Activate
the
system
by
locking
the
doors
with
the
power
door
lock
switch
or
the
Remote
Lock
Control
System.
Get
out
of
the
car
and
close
the
door
and
wait
for
the
SECURITY
light
to
go
out.
Then
reach
in
through
the
window,
unlock
the
door
with
the
manual
door
lock,
and
open
the
door.
This
should
set
off
the
alarm.
If
the
alarm does not sound when
it
should,
check
to
see if the
horn
works. The horn fuse may
be
blown.
To
replace
the fuse, see “Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index.
To
reduce
the
possibility
of
theft,
always
activate
the
theft-deterrent
system
when
leaving
your
vehicle.
If
you
set
off
the
alarm
by
accident,
unlock
any
door
with
your
key.
You can also
turn
off
the
alarm
by
using
the
Remote
Lock
Control
System. The alarm
won’t
stop
if
you
try
to
unlock
a
door
any
other
way.
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PASS-hti
Your vehicle is equipped
with the PASS-Key
I1
(Personalized Automotive
Security System)
theft-deterrent system.
PASS-Key
I1
is
a passive
theft-deterrent system.
It works when you insert
or remove the key from
the
ignition.
PASS-Key
I1
uses
a resistor pellet in the ignition key
that matches a decoder in your vehicle.
When
the
PASS-Key
II
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 start and the SECURITY light is
on or
you
get the CLEAN KEY...WAIT
3
MINUTES
message on the DIC, 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 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
PASS-Key
11.
’hrn
and
Lane
Change
Signals
If
you leave the turn signal on, a chime will
sound
after
you
drive about
3/4
of
a
mile
(1.2
km).
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.
An
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
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
butjust 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
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.
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:
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, me
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.
Don't
keep
driving
if
the
oil
pressure
is
low.
i r
you
do,
your
engine
can
become
so
hot
that
it
catches
fire.
You
or
others
could be
burned.
Check
your
oil
as soon
as
possible
and
have
your
vehicle
serviced.
NOTICE:
Damage to your
engine
from
neglected
oil
problems
can
be
costly
and
is
not
covered by
your
warranty.
Electrical
System
Add-on Electrical
Equipment
I
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 Aurora, see “Servicing
Your Air Bag-Equipped
Aurora’’ in the Index.
Headlamp
Wiring
The headlamp wiring
is
protected
by a circuit breaker in
the
wiring
harness.
An
electrical overload will cause the
lamps to go
onand
off,
or in some cases to remain off.
If
this happens, have
your
headlamp system checked
right
away.
Windshield
Wiper
Fuses
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.
If
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.
Maxifuse/Relay
Center
It’s
easy
to
check
the fuses in this
underhood
relay
center. There are two locking
m
s
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.
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.
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.
Two spare fuses are located
below
the fuse puller.
You’ll
also
find
spare fuses in
the
slots
labeled
“Spare” in the
following
charts.
There are
three
main fuse panels:
the
instrument
panel
fuse block
and
two
(driver’s side and
passenger’s side)
rear
compartment
fuse
blocks.
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
This is
located on the
left side of the
instrument
panel.
To open
it,
push
the
latch
to
the
left,
then
pull,
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.
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INSTRUMENT
PANEL
FUSE
BLOCK
F!
BAG
5
TURN
~
LPS
9
CHIME
SHIFT
I
DIS
I
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21
HVAC
RELAY
PERIM
LIGHTS
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Usage
Supplemental Inflatable Restraint
(Air
Bag)
Injectors
Anti-Lock Brake System
Left Exterior Lamps
Turn
Signal Lamps
Injectors
Climate Controls, Magnetic Speed
Right Exterior Lamps
Chime (Ignition
I),
Memory Set
Powertrain Control Module,
Auxiliary Power
Interior
Lamps
Shift Sols
Linear EGR
Cruise Control
Perimeter Lights
6-59
Fuse
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Usage
Driver
Information Center
Converter Oxygen Sensors
Radio
Open
Climate Control
Relay
Open
Windshield
Wipers
Open
TMNSS
Cigarette Lighter
Crank,
Air
Bag Module
Climate Control Blower
Removing
the
Rear
Seat
Cushion
To
access
the
battery
and
rear compartment fuse panels,
the
rear
seat
cushion
must
be
removed.
This
procedure
is
somewhat difficult. You may
wish to have
your
retailer
do this for you.
I
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.
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Rear
Compartment
Fuse
Blocks
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’s 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.
REAR COMPARTMENT
DRIVER
SIDE
FUSE
BLOCK
I
112
3
1
OPEN
1
,
1
1
REL
TRUNK
c
B
A
1
OPEN
II
FPMP
I
D/DooR
UNLOCK
F
E
Dl
11
DEFG
-
RR
#2
B
12
DEFG-
RR
# i
A
ACSRY
DAP
OPEN
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
Usage
Open
Electronic Level Control Relay
Trunk Release Relay
Open
Fuel Pump Relav
Driver Door Unlock Relay
7-
10
11
Open
Rear Defogger Relay
(Lower Zone)
Fuse
12
13
14
15
16
17-22
23
24
Usage
Rear Defogger Relay
(Upper Zone)
Open
Spare
Spare
Spare
Open
Direct Accessory Power
--
Acces-
sory Relay
Open
REAR
COMPARTMENT
8
VATS
PCMi
Fuse
3
4
596
7
879
10
11
12, 13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Usage
Spare
Open
Breaker
--
Power Window,
Sunroof
Spare
Open
Spare
Open
Breaker
--
Power Seat
Spare
Open
Power Seat
Breaker
--
Headlamps
HVAC
Blower
Motor
Powertrain
Control
Module,
PASS-Key%
Ignition
3
Ignition 1
Fuse
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Usage
Rear Defogger
Trunk and
Fuel
Door Releases and
Trunk Pull Down
Heated Seat
Electronic Level Control,
Instrument Panel
Exterior Lamps
Stereo
(If
so
equipped)
Power Door Locks
Interior Lamps
Hazard Lamps, Stoplamps
Parking Lamps
Heated Outside Mirror
Open
Fuse
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Usage
Fuel Door Release
Open
Battery Thermistor
Instrument Panel
--
Power
Antenna, Remote CD Changer,
Radio Chassis
Instrument Panel
--
Remote
Accessory Power Module, Oil
Level Indicator,
ALDL
Electronic Level Control
Fuel Pump
Open
Rear Defog
1
Rear Defog 2
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ENGINE
COMPARTMENT
FUSE
BLOCK
I
I I
1
1
FOGLAMP2
I
I I
I
COOLING
FAN
#2
ji
COOLING
FAN
#3
Fuse
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Usage
Air Conditioning Center
Open
Open
Horn
Open
Fog
Lamp
2
Cooling Fan
#2
Cooling Fan
#3
Cooling Fan
ABS
Main
ABS Pump
Motor
Fog Lamp
Horn
Flash to Pass
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