Pontiac Firebird - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Have each transmitter you intend
to
match
ready for the
next steps. To match transmitters to
your vehicle:
1.
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).
2.
Remove the 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.
3.
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.
4.
Press and hold
the
LOCK
and UNLOCK buttons
on
the
first
transmitter
for
15
seconds. The vehicle will
respond as in
Step
3.
5.
Repeat
Step
4
for the remaining transmitters.
6.
When you have
finished matching all of your
7.
Check
that
all transmitters
work
by
pressing
their
buttons.
transmitters, replace
the
RADIO
fuse.
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 key chain
transmitter should last
about
two
years.
You can tell the battery is
weakif the transmitter won’t
work at the normal
range
in any location.
If
you
have
to
get close to
yourvehicle before
thetransmitter works,
it’s probably time
to
change
the battery.
Use
one battery, type
CR2032,
or a similar type.
2-9
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 do’es start, the first
ignition key may be faulty. See your Pontiac dealer or a
locksmith who can
service
the PASS-Key
11.
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.
See
your
Pontiac
dealer or
a
locksmith who
can
service
the PASS-Key
I1
to have a new key made.
If
you’re
ever
driving
and
the
SECUFUTY
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
II
system.
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-ROADSIm
or 1-800-762-3743.
Feature
Customization
(If
Equipped)
Your Pontiac’s locks and lighting
systemscan 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
tohave
on
your vehicle in
order to be
able
to program that particular feature.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Put
your key in
the
ignition.
Turn the ignition to
the
RUN
pos’ition
to disarm the
Vehicle and
ContentTheft-Deterrent System.
Turn the ignition
to
the
OFF
position.
Remove the
RADIO
fuse.
This
fuse is in the main
fuse
block, located on the left side of your
instrument panel.
See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers”
in the Index.
Put the ignition in the
ACC
position:
You should hear
a
chime
to verify 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,
Arming Verification, Driver’s Door Delay and Shock
Sensor Enable.
Exit
Lighting
and
Delayed
Illumination
Exit Lighting: Your interior lights will come
on
for
up to
25
seconds when the key is removed from
the
ignition switch.
Delayed Illumination: Your interior lights
will stay
on
for up to
25
seconds when entering
your
vehicle and up
to five seconds when leaving your vehicle.
Your
vehicle
comes
with
both
features
enabled
(Mode
4).
To change
the
factory
setting,
do the following:
1.
Turn the courtesy lamps
on by turning the instrument
panel brightness control knob all the way up.
2.
Count
the
number of chimes
you
hear.
The
number
of
chimes
tells
you
which
mode
your
vehicle
is set
for.
3.
Turn the courtesy lamp switch to
off.
4.
Turn the courtesy lamp switch
from
on to off until
you hear the number of chimes that correspond to the
mode selection
you
want.
Mode
1:
Both Off
Mode
2:
Delayed Illumination Only
Mode
3:
Exit Lighting Only
Mode
4:
Both On
2-18
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 sound
for
eight seconds.
Also the shock sensor, able
to
detect
sharp
blows
to
your vehicle, is active.
To
change the factory setting, do
the following:
1.
Turn the parking lamps
on
and
off,
2.
Count the number
of
chimes
you
hear. The number
of
chimes
tells you which
mode
your vehicle
is
set
for.
3.
Turn the parking lamps
on
and
off
until you hear the
number
of
chimes that correspond to the
mode
selection
you
want.
Mode
1:
Zero Delay 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
Relay
and
Shock
Sensor
Enabled
(The
alum 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
OFF
position and replace
the
RADIO
fuse.
2-22
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.
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).
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam
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
on, this light
on
the
instrument panel also will
be
on.
2-45
Sun
Visors
I
NOTICE:
Don?
hold a cigarette
lighter
in
with
your
hand
while
it
is heating.
If
you
do,
it won9t 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
~ompressors,
these
accessories
should
have
a
rated
current
of
less
than
15
amps.
Exceeding
this
limit will result
in
a blown
fuse.
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To
block
out
glare,
YOU
can
swing
down
the
visors.
You
can
also
swing
them
to
the
side. The elastic
bands
on
your
visor
provide
extra
storage
for
maps
or
papers.
Covered
Visor
Vanity
Mirror
Full
down
the sun visor and lift
the
cover
to
expose
the
vanity mirror.
2-60
Headlamps
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.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
Windshield
Wipers
The
windshield wiper
motor
is
protected
by a circuit
breaker and a fuse.
If
the
motor
overheats
due
to
h'eavy
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,
protecting
the
circuit
until
the
problem
is
fixed
or
goes
away.
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 electrical problems.
There
are
two
fuse
centers
on
your vehicle.
One
is
in the
left
side
of
your
instrument
panel.
Main
Fuse
Block
The other
is
in
the
engine
compartment. Open the
cover
on either
of
the
boxes
to
expose the €uses.
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 €use,
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.
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PCM
BATT
RADIO
ACCY
TAIL
LTS
HVAC
PWR
ACCY
COURTESY
GAGES
AIR BAG
ClGARiACCY
DEFOG/SEATS
Q
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PGM
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WlPERiWASH
BATT
WINDOWS
1
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DIMMER
ACCY
RADIO
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OWNER’S
MANUAL
FOR
M O R E
INFORMATION
PRINTED
IN
U.S.A
10281550
Fuse
Usage
STOP/HAZARB
Hazard,Flasher,
Brake
Switch Assembly
PCM
BATT
RADIO
ACCY
TURN
B-U
Traction ControlJ2nd
Gear
Start
Switch, Back-up Lamp Switch,
Turn Flasher, Daytime Running
Lamps
(DRL)
Module
Powertrain Control
Module
(PCM),
Fuel
Pump
Relay
Delco Audyssey
Radio
Amplifier,
Power
Antenna,
Remote
CD
Player (trunk)
6-70
Fuse
TAIL
LTS
HVAC
PWR
ACCY
COURTESY
GAGES
AIR BAG
CIGARIACCY
DEFOG/SEATS
Usage
Daytime Running Lamps
(DRL)
Module,
HeadlampSwitch
Selector Switch, Rear Defogger
SwitchITimer
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
(DRL)
Module
Diagnostic Energy Reserve
Module (DERM), Dual Pole
Arming
Sensor
Cigar Lighter, Data Link
Connector (DLC), Auxiliary
Accessory Wire
Rear Defogger Switch/Timer,
Rear Defogger Timer/Relay,
Power
Seats
Fuse
PCM IGN
WIPERIWASH
WINDOWS
I/P DIMMER
RADIO
Usage
Powertrain
Control Module
(PCM), EVAP Canister Purge
Vacuum Switch, EVAP Canister
Purge Valve, Transmission
Wiper Motor Assembly,
Wipermasher Switch
Power
Windows
Switch
(RH,
LH),
Express-Down
Module,
Coolant
Level
Latching
Module,
Convertible
Top
Switch
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, Traction
Control
Switch
(TCS)
and
2nd
Gear Start
Switch
Body Control Module (BCM),
Radio, Amplifier, Steering
Wheel
Controls-Radio
6-71
Underhood
Electrical
Center
Fuse
ABS IGN
(SA)
ACTUATORS (15A)
R
HDLP
DR
( 1 5 4
L
HDLP
DR
(1
5A)
ABS
VLV
(20A)
Usage
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
Daytime
Running
Lamp
Module,
Headlamp
Switch,
Cooling
Fan
Relay, Exhaust,
Gas
Recirculation, EVAP
Canister
Purge
Solenoid
Headlamp
Door
Module
Headlamp
Door
Module
Brake
Pressure Valve
Fuse
ABS
BAT
(5A)
HORN (20A)
INJECTOR (15A)
ENG
SEN
(20A)
IGNITION
(1OA)
Usage
Electronic
Brake
Control
Module
AIR PUMPFAN
(25A)
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
VS
VIN
P:
Ignition
Coil
Module,
Crankshaft
Position
Sensor.
A/C-CRUISE
(15A)
Air
Conditioning
Compressor
Relay;
Cruise
Control
Switches
and
Module
6-72