Pontiac Firebird - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

Have
each
transmitter
you
intend
to
match
ready for the
next steps.
To
match
transmitters to your vehicle:
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e
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e
Turn
the
ignition
switch
to
the
RUN
position
then
to
the
OFF
position.
This
will
disarm
the
Vehicle
and
Content Theft-Deterrent System
(if
your
vehicle
has
this option).
Remove
RADIO
fuse.
This
fuse
is
located in the
main
fuse block,
located
on
the
left side of your
instrument panel. See
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the Index.
Turn
the ignition switch from the
OFF
to the
RUN
position
three
times
quickly
(within five seconds.)
The
vehicle
will
respond
by
locking
the
doors,
unlocking the driver’s
doors
and
releasing
the
hatch.
Your
transmitter is now
ready
to
match your vehicle.
Press
and
hold the
LOCK
and
UNLOCK
buttons
on
the
first
transmitter for
15
seconds. The vehicle
will
respond
as
in
Step
3.
Repeat Step
4
for the remining transmitters.
When
you
have finished matching all
of
your
transmitters, replace the
RADIO
fuse.
Check
that all transmitters
work
by
pressing
their
buttons.
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
battery
in
your
Remote Lock
Control transmitter
should last about
two
years.
kou
can
tell
the
battery
is 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
battery.
Use
one battery,
type
CR2032,
or
a
similar
type.
The ignition key
must be
clean and
dry befote 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
bedirty 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 Pontiac dealer or
a
locksmith who can service the PASS-Key
II.
See your Pontiac dealer or
alocksmith who can service
the PASS-Key
I1
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
PASS-Key
II
system, however,
is
not working properly and
must be
serviced’by
your
Pontiac dealer.
Your vehicle is not protected by
the
PASS-Key
I1system.
If you lose or damage a PASS-Key I1 ignition key, see
your Pontiac dealer
or
a
locksmith
who can service
PASS-Key I1 to have a new key made.
In
an
emergency,
call the Pontiac Roadside Assistance Program at
1-800-ROADSDJ
or
1-800-762-3743.
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 another ignition key.
2-15
Feature
Customization
(Option)
Your Pontiac’s locks and lighting systems can be
programmed
with
several, different features.. The
features you can program depend upon the options that
came
with
your vehicle. The following list tells you the
features that can be programmed. Listed next
to
each
feature is the option you
need to have on
your vehicle in
order
to
be able to program that particular feature.
Exit Lighting (available for all)
Delayed Illumination (available for all)
Last Door Closed Locking
(if
equipped with
power
door locks)
Lockout Prevention
(if.
equipped with power
door locks)
Remote Lock Control Verification
(if equipped with
Vehicle and Content Theft-Deterrent System)
Theft-Deterrent Arming.
Method
(if equipped
with
Vehicle
and Content Theft-Deterrent System)
Theft-Deterrent Arming
Verification
(if
equipped
with
Vehicle
and Content Theft-Deterrent System)
Driver’s Door Alarm Delay (if equipped with
Vehicle
and Content Theft-Deterrent System)
Shock Sensor Enable
(if
equipped with
Vehicle
and
Content Theft-Deterrent System)
To program features, your vehicle must be
in
the
programming mode. Follow these steps:
1.
Put your key
in
the ignition.
2.
Turn
the ignition
to
the
RUN
position to disarm
the
3.
Turn
the
ignition to the
OFF
position.
4.
Remove the RADIO fuse.
This
fuse
is
in the
main
Vehicle .and Content Theft-Deterrent
System.
fuse
block, located
on
the left side
of
your
instrument panel. See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers”
in the Index.
5.
Put
the
ignirion
in
the
ACC
posmon.
You
should hear
a
chime
to veiify that the
system
is
in programming mode. If the
chime
sounds
once,
you will be able to program Exit Lighting, Delayed
Illumination, Last Door Closed Locking and Lockout
Prevention only.
If
the
chime sounds twice and your
vehicle
is
equipped with the Vehicle and Content
Theft-Deterrent System, you
will also be able to set
Remote Lock Control Verification, Arming Method,
Arrning
Verification, Driver’s Door
Delay
and
Shock
Sensor Enable.
2-16
Mode
3:
Horn and
LampsLamps
(If
you
use
the
transmitter to
arm
the
system, your parking lamps will
flash and
your
horn
will
chirp twice
to
verify that the
system is armed.
If
you use either the power door lock
switch
or passive
arming, only
your lamps will flash
for verification).
Mode
4:
Lamps (When your vehicle
arms,
only your
parking lamps will flash for verification).
Driver’s
Door
Alarm
Delay
and
Shock
Sensor
Enable
Your vehicle comes
with
this
feature
set
in
Mode
4.
This
means
that
if
you open
the
driver’s door using
your key, the alarm will not
soand
for
eight seconds.
Also the sho’ck sensor, able
to
detect
sharp
blows
to
your vehicle is active.
To
change
the
factory setting, do
the following:
1.
2.
3.
Turn the
parking
lamps on
and
off.
Count
the
number of
chimes
you
hear.
The
number
of
chimes
tellsyou
which
mode
your
vehicle
is set
for.
Turn
the
parking
Imps
on and
off
until
you’hear
the
number
of
chimes that correspond to the mode
selection
you
want.
Mode
1:
Zero
Del,ay and
Shock
Sensor Disabled
(The
alarm
will
sound immediately
if
the driver’s door is
opened with
your key and the shock
sensor will
not be
available
to
measure sharp
blows
to your vehicle).
Mode
2:
Eight Second Delay and Shock
Sensor
Disabled (The alarm will sound eight seconds after the
driver’s door is opened with your key and the shock
sensor will not
be available to measure
sharp blows to
,
your vehicle).
Mode
3:
Zero Delay and
Shock
Sensor
Enabled
(The
alarm will sound immediately after the driver’s door is
opened
with
your
key
and
the
shock
sensor
will
be
available to measure sharp
blows
to your vehicle).
Mode
4:
Eight Second Delay and Shock
Sensor Enabled
(The
alarm
will
sound
eight
seconds’
after
the
driver’s
door
is
opened
with
your
key
and
the
shock sensor
will
be available to measure
sharp
blows to
your
vehicle).
:
Leaving
Programming
Mode
When programming
is
done, turn the ignition switch to
the
OW
position and replace
the
RADIO
fuse.
.
,,.
2-20
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.
An
arrow
on
the instrument
panel will flash in
the
direction.
of
the turn
or
lane
change.
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 arrows don’t go
on
at all when you
signal a
turn, check the fuse (see “Fuses and,Circuit
Breakers” in the Index).
Headlarnp
High/Low
Beam
Changer
.
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To
change the headlamps
from
low beam to high or
high
to
low,
pull
the
turn
signal lever all the way
toward you.
Then
release it.
When
the
high beams are
con, this light
on
the
instrument panel also will
be on.
To
signal a
lane
change,
just
raise
or
lower
the
lever
until the
m o w
starts
to
flash.
Hold
it there until you
complete
your
lane
change. The
lever
will
return
by
itself
when
you
release
it.
2-44
Ashtray and Lighter
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.
To
use
the lighter, push
it
in all the way and
let
go.
When
it’s
ready,
it.
will pop
b’ack
bv itself.
NOTICE:
Don’t
hold a cigarette lighter 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 compressors, these accessories
should have a rated current of less than
15
amps.
Exceeding
this
limit will result in a blown fuse.
2-59
Electrical
System
Headlamps
Add-on Electrical
Equipment
I
NOTICE:
Don't
add
anything
electrical
to
your
Pontiac
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 Pontiac, see "Servicing
Your
Air Bag-Equipped Pontiac"
in the Index.
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
othei
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.
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
%?'-:There are two fuse
centers
on
your vehicle. One
is
in the
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klectrical problems.
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.
Just
pick
some
'feature
of
your
car
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.
6-64
Main
Fuse
Block
Fuse
PCM BATT
FUSE USAGE CHART
1
0
2
D
3
0
4
0
STOPlHAZARD
TURN
B-U
PCM
BATT
RADIO
ACCY
TAIL
LTS
HVAC
PWR ACCY
COURTESY
GAGES
AIR
BAG
CIGARIACCY
DEFOGISEATS
IGN
PCM
IGN
WIPERIWASH
BATT
WINDOWS
1
6
0
Q
17
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.
IP
DIMMER
ACCY
RADIO
SEE OWNER'S MANUAL
FOR
MORE INFORMATION
PRINTED
IN
U.S.A
10281550
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Fuse
STOP/HAZARD Hazard
Flasher,
Brake Switch Assembly
Switch, Transmission Range
Switch, Back-up Lamp Switch,
Turn Flasher, Daytime Running
Lamps
(DRL)
Module
TURN'
B-U
Performance/Traction Control
RADIO
ACCY
TAIL,
LTS
HVAC
PWR
ACCY
COURTESY
GAGES
AIR
BAG
Usage
Powertrain Control Module
'(PCM),
Fuel Pump Relay
Radio, Power Antenna,
Bose
Relay, Remote Compact
Disc Changer
Daytime
Running
Lamps
(DRL)
Module, Headlamp Switch
HVAC Selector Switch,
Rear Defogger TimerRelay,
Rear Defogger Switch, Rear
Defogger Switch/Timer
Park Lamp Relay,
Hatch Release Relay,
Power Mirror Switch,
Radio,
Shock Sensor, Instrument Cluster
Body Control Module (BCM)
Body
Control
Module (BCM),
Brake Switch Assembly
(BTSI),
Instrument Cluster,
Daytime
Running Lamps
(DIU)
Module,
Auxiliary
Accessory
Wire
Air
Bag
System,
Dual Pole Arming Sensor
6-65
Fuse
CIGAWACCY
Cigarette Lighter, Data
Link
Connector (DLC), Auxiliary
Accessory Wire
DEFOG/SEATS
Rear Defogger SwitchiTimer,
Rear Defogger Timermelay,
Power Seats
EVAP Canister Purge
Vacuum Switch, EVAP Canister
Purge Valve, Transmission
Wiperwasher Switch
Express-Down Module, Coolant
Level Latching Module,
Convertible Top Switch
PCM
IGN
Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
WIPEWASH
Wiper Motor Assembly,
WINDOWS
Power Windows
Switch
(RH,
LH),
Fuse
Usage
I/P DIMMER
Door Illumination Lamp (RH, LH),
Headlamp Switch,
Fog
Lamp
Switch, Instrument Cluster,
HVAC Control Assembly,
PRNDL Illumination Lamp,
Ashtray Lamp, Radio, Steering
Wheel Controls-Radio,
Rear
Window Defogger
Switch/Timer,
Performance/Traction
Control Switch
Body
Control
Module
(BCM),
Radio, Amplifier, Steering Wheel
Controls-Radio
RADIO
6-66
Underhood
Electrical
Center
1
Fuse
Usage
ABS
IGN
Anti-Lock Brake System
ACTUATORS
R HDLP DR
L HDLP DR
Daytime Running Lamp Module,
Headlamp Switch, Cooling
Fan
Relay, Exhaust,
Gas Recirculation,
EVAP Canister Purge Solenoid
Headlamp Door Module
Headlamp Door Module
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Fuse
ABS
VLV
ABS BAT
AIR PUMPFAN
HORN
INJECTOR
EN6 SEN
IGNITION
NC-CRUISE
Usage
Brake Pressure Valve
Electronic Brake
Control Module
Air Pump (V8)
Relay,
Pump,
Bleed Valve
and
Cooling
Fan
Horn
Relay
Fuel
Injectors
Mass
Airflow,
Heated
Oxygen
Sensor, Reverse Lockout
Solenoid, Skip Shift Solenoid,
Automatic Transmission,
Brake Switch
V6
VIN
K:
Electronic
Ignition
Module
V8 VIN P: Ignition Coil Module,
Crankshaft Position Sensor,
Ignition Coil
Air Conditioning Compressor
Relay; Cruise Control Switches
and Module