Geo Prizm - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Geo Prizm - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

’krn 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.
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.
If
you signal
a
turn
or a
lane
change,
and
notice
the
arrow
flashing
rapidly,
a
signal
bulb
may
be
burned
out
and
other
drivers
won’t
see
your
turn
signal.
If
a
bulb
is
burned
out,
have
it replaced to help
avoid
an
accident. If the
arrows
don’t
go
on
at
all
when
you
signal
a
turn,
check
for
burned-out
bulbs
and
then
check
the
fuse (see “Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index).
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam
Changer
First, you must
have
the
headlamps
on.
For
high
beams,
push
the
turn
signal
lever
away
from
you.
When
the
high
beams
are
on,
this
light on the
instrument
panel
also
will
be
on.
It will
go
off
when
you
switch
to
low
beams.
To
switch
back
to
low
beams,
pull
the
lever
toward
you.
Flash-to-Pass
With the
lever
in
the
low
beam
position,
pull
the
lever
toward
you
to
momentarily
switch
to high
beams (to
signal
that you
are
going
to
pass).
If
you have
the
headlamps
on
when
you
release
the
lever,
they
will
return
to
low
beams.
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Engine
Oil
Pressure
Light
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. 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.
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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CAUTION:
Don’t keep driving
if
the oil pressure
is
low.
If
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.
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NOTICE:
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Damage
to your engine from neglected
oil
problems
can be
costly and is not covered
by
your warranty.
2-54
A.
Windshield
Washer Reservoir
B. Engine Compartment Fuse Blocks
C.
Engine Oil Dipstick
D.
Oil
Fill Cap
E. Power
Steering Reservoir
E
Radiator Pressure Cap
G.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
H.
Air Cleaner
I.
Brake Fluid Reservoir
J.
Battery
A
CAUTION:
Things that
burn can
get
on
hot
engine
parts and
start
a
fire.
These
include
liquids
like
gasoline,
oil,
coolant, brake fluid,
windshield
washer and
other fluids, and plastic or rubber. You or others
could
be
burned. Be careful
not to
drop
or
spill
things that will burn onto
a
hot
engine.
Before
closing
the hood, be
sure
all
the
filler caps are
on
properly.
6-11
Headlamps
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
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,
protectingthe
circuit
until the problem
is
fixed
or goes away.
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.
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.
6-59
Driver’s
Side
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
1.
Not
Used
Your fuse block is beneath
the
instrument
panel
on
the
driver’s
’side
near
the
door.
For
access
to
the
fuses,
pull
the
knob
on
the
cover.
2.
IGN:
Multiport Fuel Injection System,
Sequen
1
Multiport Fuel Injection System, Engine
Cooling
Fans,
Discharge
Warning
Light,
Airbags
3.
STOP:
Stoplamps,
High-Mounted
Stoplamp,
Cruise
Control
System,
Automatic
Transmission
Shift
Lock System,
Anti-Lock Brake System
4.
Not
Used
5.
CIG
and
RADIO:
Cigarette
Lighter,
Digital
Clock
Display,
Air
Conditioning System, Radio, Cassette
Tape
Player,
Power
Rearview
Mirrors,
Automatic
Transmission
Shift Lock System, Theft-
Deterrent
System, Airbags
6.
ECU-B:
Daytime
Running
Lamp
System,
Cruise
Control System
7.
TURN:
Turn
Signal
Lamps,
Emergency
Flashers
8.
GAGE:
Gages
and
Meters,
Service
Reminder
Indicators
(except
discharge
and
open
door
warning
lights),
Back-up
Lamps,
Air
Conditioning
System,
Daytime
Running
Lamp
System, Electronically
Controlled
Automatic
Transmission
System
9.
TAIL:
Taillamps,
Parking
Lamps, License Plate
Lamps,
Instrument
Panel
Lights,
-Daytime Running
Lamp
System
10.
DEF-I/UP:
Multiport
Fuel
Injection
System,
Sequential
Multiport
Fuel
Injection
System
11.
ECU-IG:
Starting
System,
Anti-Lock
Brake
System, Automatic
Transmission
Shift
Lock
System
12.
WIPER:
Windshield
Wipers
and
Washer,
Rear
Window
Wiper
and
Washer
A. OBD: On-Board Diagnosis
System
B.
P/w: Power
Windows,
Power
Door Lock System,
C.
DEFOG: Rear Window Defogger
Electric
Sun Roof
6-60
Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
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
electricalcomponents. The larger
electrical
center
in the engine compartment has a fuse puller
attached
to
the
inside of the
cover. You can
use
the
puller
to
remove
any
fuses.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
A.
B.
c.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
DOME:
Interior
Lamp, Luggage Compartment
Lamp,
Trunk
Lamp, Clock, Open
Door
Warning
Lamp, Radio, Cassette
Tape
Player,
Anti-Lock
Brake
Warning System
HAZ-HORN:
Emergency
Flashers,
Horns
AM
2:
Starting System
FAN: Electric Cooling Fan
SPARE: Spare Fuse
SPARE: Spare Fuse
SPARE: Spare Fuse
ALT-S: Charging System
DRL: Daytime Running
Lamp System
EFI:
Multiport
Fuel
Injection System, Sequential
Multiport Fuel Injection System, Electronically
Controlled
Automatic
Transmission System
AM
1:
Starting System, Airbags
ALT: Taillamps
ABS:
Anti-Lock
Brake System
HORN
FAN
NO.
1
ENGINE
MAIN
HEAD
EFI
6-61
Engine
Compartment Fusemelay
Block
2
1.
CDS
2.
ACMG
3.
AC
FAN
NO.
3:
Air
Conditioner
Fan
Relay
#3
4.
AC
FAN
NO.
2:
Air
Conditioner
Fan
Relay
#2
Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
(Passenger’s
Side)
1.
DRLNO.
2
2.
HEAD
(LH-UPR):
Left-Hand
Headlamp
(high
beam)
3.
HEAD
(LH-LWR):
Left-Hand
Headlamp
(low
beam)
4.
HEAD
(RH-UPR):
Right-Hand
Headlamp
5.
HEAD
(RH-LWR):
Right-Hand
Headlamp
(high
beam)
(low
beam)
6-62
Passenger’s
Side
Kick
Panel
c1
1.
A/C:
Air
Conditioning
System
2.
40
A:
Air
Conditioning
System
There
is one fuse located
underneath
the
carpet
on
the
passenger’s
side
of
the
vehicle:
‘11
1.
ABS:
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
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