Geo Tracker - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Geo Tracker - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Yhrn 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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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 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) and for burned-out bulbs.
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A. Defroster
B. Rear Defogger (If Equipped)
C. Turn SignaYMultifunction Lever
D. Power Mirror
Control
(If
Equipped)
E.
Air
Vent
E
Instrument
Panel
BrightnessControl
G.
Hazard Switch
H.
Fuse
Block
I. Instrument Cluster
J.
Ignition Switch
K.
Horn
L. Windshield Wipermasher Lever
M.
Cruise
Control
ON/OFF
Button (If Equipped)
N.
Rear Window Wiper Button (If Equipped)
0.
Rear Window Washer Button
(If
Equipped)
P.
Comfort Controls
Q.
Cigarette
Lighter
R.
Shift Lever
S.
Parking Brake Lever
T. CoinholderlBin
U.
Audio System
V.
Transfer Case
Shift
Lever
W. Ashtray
X.
Glove Box
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Have
you
recently changed brands of fuel?
If
so,
be sure to fuel your vehicle with quality fuel
(see
“Fuel” in the Index). Poor fuel quality will cause your
engine not to run as efficiently as
designed.
You
may
notice this as
stalling after start-up, stalling when you
put the
vehicle
into gear, misfiring, hesitation on
acceleration
or
stumbling on acceleration.
(These
conditions may go away once the engine is warmed up.)
This will be
detected by the system and cause
the
light
to turn on.
If
you experience
one
or more of these conditions,
change the
fuel brand you use. It will require at least
one
full tank of the proper fuel to turn the light off.
If none
of
the above steps have made the light turn off,
have your dealer or qualified
service
center
check the
vehicle.
Your
dealer has the proper test equipment and
diagnostic tools to
fix
any mechanical or electrical
problems that may have developed.
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 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
engine
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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When
you open the hood,
you’ll
see
the following:
A. Windshield Washer Reservoir
B.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
C .
Main Fuse
Box
D.
Battery
E.
Engine
Oil
Dipstick
F.
Automatic Transmission
Dipstick
(If
Equipped)
G.
Oil Fill Cap
H.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
I .
Brake Fluid
Reservoir
J.
Air Cleaner
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Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits
in your vehicle
are
protected from
short
circuits by fuses,
circuit
breakers
and thermal links
in the wiring itself.
This
greatly
reduces
the
chance
of
fires caused by electrical problems.
Look
atthe 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
cigarette
lighter
--
and
use its
fuse,if it
is the size you need. Replace
it as
soon as you can.
Before replacing
a
fuse, turn every vehicle electrical
switch
off.
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
This
fuse box is under the
left side of the
instrument
panel.
The
fuses
here protect each
separate
circuit
There are
two fuse blocks
in
your
vehicle:
the
instrument
including
headlamps.
If
you
have
failure,
panel fuse block
and the engine compartment fuse block.
check here
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Fuse
Usage
1
2
3
4
5
Dome
Lamp,
Sidemarker Lamps, Parking
Lamps,
License
Plate
Lamp,
Instrument
Panel
Illumination
Stoplamps,
Horn
Hazard Lamps
Fuse
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Usage
Door
Lock
(Option)
Lighter, Radio
Ignition System, Warning and Indicator
Lights,
Gages, Four-wheel Drive System
(Option)
Turn Signal Flasher, Back-up
Lamps
Wipermasher
Rear
Defogger
Heater
Empty
Empty
Please note, fuses
for
the air bags
arelocated
next
to the
instrument panel fuse block.
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Main
Fuse
Block
The main fuse
box
in your engine compartment protects
all electrical
loads.
For access
to
the main fuses, pull
off
the cover. A spare
fuse
is
also
inside the fuse
box.
Fuse
BATT
ABS
IG
LAMP
H/L,
R
H/L,
L
FI
AIC
Usage
All Electrical Load
Anti-Lock Brake System
Ignition, Lighter, Radio,
Wipermasher,
Rear Defogger, Turn Signals, Back-up
Lamps, Heater
Taillamps, Dome Lamps, Stop Lamps, Horn,
Hazard Lamps
Right Side Headlamp
Left
Side Headlamp
Fuel Injection System
Air Conditioning
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