Pontiac Trans Sport - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Trans Sport - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

someone.
To
make
sure
the
door
does
not
slam
shut,
enable
the
power
sliding
door
feature.
Then
if
the
door
closes,
it
will
close
under
the
control
of
the
power
door
system.
To
manually close
the
power
sliding
door
when
the
override
feature
is
disabled,
pull
the
inside
or
outside
latch
release
or
the
edge
of
the
door.
Move
the
door
about
4
inches
(10
cm)
toward
the
closed
position
and
release.
The
door
will
close
completely
and
latch
for
you.
To
manually
close
the
power
sliding
door
when
the
override
feature is enabled,
pull
the
inside
or
outside
latch
release
and
slide
the
door
all
the
way
forward
to
the
latch
position.
Resetting
the
Power
Sliding
Door
The power
sliding
door
may
operate
incorrectly
or
not
all
because of the following
conditions:
e
A
low voltage
or
dead
battery,
Disconnecting
the
battery
or
If
tEe IGN
1,
B/U
LAMP, RADIO or PWR
SEATFSD fuse
is
removed
or
blown.
See
Fuse
Panel”
in
the
Index
for more
information
about
your fuse panel.
If
any
of
these
conditions
occur,
the
power
sliding
door
will
need
to be reset. To do this,
follow
the
directions
listed
here. It will
be
easier
if
you
read
through
them
once
before
beginning
this
procedure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Check
to be sure
the
power
sliding
door
is unlocked
and
securely
closed.
Turn
the
ignition
switch
to
the
OFF
position.
Enable
the
power
sliding
door
override
feature.
Remove
the
RADIO
fuse from the
underhood fuse
and
relay
center.
Leave
it out
for
30
seconds.
Reinstall the fuse
and
wait
10
seconds.
Disable
the
power
sliding
door
override
feature.
Push
either of the
power
door
buttons
to
open
the
power
sliding
door.
Wait five
seconds
and
close
the
door
by
pushing
either
power
door
button.
Wait five
seconds
and
repeat
Steps
7
and
8.
If
the
door
does
not
rest
in
the
fully
open
position
after
repeating
Step
7,
repeat
Steps
7
and
8
again.
If
the
door
still
does
not
operate
correctly,
see
your
dealer
for
service.
2-19
To program
features,
your
vehicle
must
be in the
programming
mode.
Follow
these
steps:
1.
The Content Theft Deterrent
system
(if
equipped)
2.
Remove the
BCM
PRGRM
fuse from the
must be disarmed.
instrument
panel fuse block,
locatedto the right
of
the
glove
box.
3.
Turn
the
ignition
switch
to
ACCESSORY.
4.
You will hear two to
four chimes,
depending
upon
You can now program
your
choices.
the
features
that
you
have.
Leaving
Programming
Mode
To
get
out
of programming
mode,
just
turn
the
key
from
the
ACCESSORY
position to
OFF
and put
the
BCM
PRGRM
fuse back into the instrument
panel fuse block.
Delayed
Illumination
and
Exit
Lighting
Your vehicle comes with
this feature set in Mode
4.
This means
that:
The interior
lamps
will
stay
on
for
a
while
after
all
the
doors and the liftgate
are
closed.
The
interior
lamps
will
come
on
and
stay
on
for
a
while
whenever
you
remove
the
key
from
the
ignition.
To change the factory
setting,
while
in programming
mode, do the
following:
1.
Turn
the
interior lamps dial
all
the way to the
right
and
then
back
slightly
to the
left.
2.
Count
the
number
of
chimes you
hear. The number
of
chimes
tells
you
which
mode
your vehicle
is
set
for.
You
change the mode
by
turning
the
interior
lamps dial all
the
way
to the right and then back
slightly
to
the
left.
3.
Repeat Step
2
until
you
hear
the number of chimes
that
matches
the mode
you
want.
2-43
Mode
2:
Key
Chain
Transmmer
ArmlDisSum
Only
Your Content
Theft
Deterrent
system
will
arm
when
you
lock
the
doors
with
your
key
chain
transmitter.
The
key
must be removed from the
ignition
when
you
lock
the
doors or the
Content
Theft
Deterrent
system
will
not
arm.
0
Your Content
Theft
Deterrent system will arm when
you
lock
the
doors
with
your
key
or
key
chain
transmitter and the
key is removed from the ignition.
0
Your Content
Theft
Deterrent system will
disarm
when
you
unlock
the
doors
with
your
key
or key
chain
transmitter.
Your Content Theft Deterrent
system
will
disarm
when
you
unlock
the
doors
with
your
key
chain
transmitter.
Special
Note:
While
this
mode
provides
increased
security, it can
be
a
problem if
your
key
chain
transmitter is damaged,
lost
or if it fails
to
operate
for
any
reason
while
the
Content
Theft
Deterrent
system
is
armed.
The
Content
Theft
Deterrent
system
must
be
disarmed for the
engine
to
run
while
in
Mo'de
2;
your
key
can no longer
disarm
the
system.
Mode
3:
Standard
Arming and Disarming
Your Content
Theft
Deterrent
system
will
arm
when
you
lock
the
doors
using
either
power
door
lock
switch
while
any
door
or
the
liftgate
is
open
and
the
key
is
removed from the
ignition.
Leaving
Programming
Mode
To
get
out
of
programming
mode,
just
turn
the key from
the
ACCESSORY
ignition
position
to
OFF
and
put
the
BCM
PRGRM
fuse
back into the
instrument Dane1
fuse
block.
Wind
ws
Manual
Windows
Use
the
manual
crank
to
open
and
close
the
fiont
windows.
2-50
Turn
SignaVMultifunction
Lever
The lever
on
the
left
side
of
the
steering
column
includes
your:
0
Turn
Signal
and Lane Change
Indicator,
0
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam
Changer,
0
Windshield
Wiper
and
Washer
Control
and
0
Cruise Control (Option).
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
tum
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
arrow
flashes
faster
than
normal,
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
for burned-out
bulbs
and
check
the
fuse (see
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index).
2-53
If
the air inflator system does not
turn
on,
the
fuse may
be blown
or
installed
incorrectly. See “Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in the Index or see
your
dealer for service.
Your air inflator will
automatically
shut
off
after
about
10
minutes.
To
reset,
press
the
ON
switch
again.
Don’t
run
your air inflator for longer
than
30
minutes
at
one time. If you do, you
may
damage
the
system.
After
30
minutes,
wait
at
least
10
minutes
before
restarting
the
air inflator.
To
turn
off
the
inflator,
press
OFF
and
detach
the
hose,
first from
the
inflated object, then
from
the
outlet.
Replace
the
protective
cap. Place
the
inflator
kit tools in
the
pouch,
and
store
in the glove
box.
To
use
your air inflator
system,
attach
the
appropriate
To
replace
the
cover, line up
the tabs at the
back
of
the
nozzle
adapter,
if
required,
to
the
end
of
the
hose
that
cover
and
put
it
in place. Push down
the
tab to secure
has the pressure gage. Then attach
that endofthehosethecover.
to the
object
you
wish
to inflate. Remove
the
protective
cap covering
the
outlet.
Attach
the
other
end
of
the
hose
to the
outlet.
Press
the
ON
switch. The
ON
switch
will
work
even
with
the
ignition
off.
2-89
Your instrument
panel
is
designed
to let you
know
at
a
glance
how
your
vehicle
is running.
You'll
know
how
fast
you're
going,
how
much
fuel you're
using,
and
many
other
things
you'll
need
to drive
safely
and
economically.
Refer to the
accompanying
diagram
of
your
instrument
panel
to locate
the
components
listed
below.
A.
Side Vents
M.
Ignition
Switch
B.
Front Vent
N.
Steering
Wheel
Touch
Controls
(Option)
C.
Turn
SignaVMultifunction
Lever
0.
Climate
Controls
D.
Hazard
Warning
Flashers
Switch
P.
Rear
Fan
Controls
E.
Instrument
Cluster
Q.
Accessory
Power
Outlet
F.
Center
Vents
R. Storage Bin
G.
Audio
System
S.
Remote CD Player
(Option)
H.
Side
Vents
T.
Instrument
Panel
Switchbank
I.
Lamps
witch
U.
LightedAshtray
J.
Hood
Release
V. Glove
Box
K.
Steering Wheel Touch
Controls
(Option)
W.
Front
Vents
L.
Horn
X.
Fuse
Panel
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Vehicle
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The Certificatioflire label is found on
the
rear
edge
of
the
driver’s
door.
The label
shows
the size of your original tires and the
inflation pressures needed
to
obtain the
gross
weight
capacity of your
vehicle.This
is
calle’d
the
Gross
Vehicle
Weight
Rating
(GVWR).
The
GVWR
includes
the
weight of the vehicle,
all
occupants, fuel and
cargo.
The
CertificatiodTire
label
also
tells
you the maximum
weights for the front and
rearaxles, called the Gross
Axle
Weight
Rating
(GAWR).
To
find out the actual
loads on your front
and
rear axles,
you need to
go
to a
weigh station and
weigh
your vehicle.
Your
dealer can
help
you
with
t h s .
Be
sure
to
spread
out
your load
equally on
both
sides
of
the centerline.
Never exceed the
GVWR
for your
vehicleor
the Gross
Axle
Weight
Rating
(GAWR)
for either the front
or
rear
axle.
Electronic
Level
Control
(Option)
On vehicles
equipped
with
the
optional electronic level.
control, the rear of the vehicle is automatically kept
level as you load
or
unload
your
vehicle.
However,
you
should
still
not
exceed the
GVWR
or the
GAWR.
You
may
hear
the
compressor operating when
you
load
or unload
your vehicle, and periodically
as
the
system
self-adjusts. This is normal.
The compressor
should operate for brief
periods
of
time.
If
the sound
continues for an extended period
of
time,
your
vehicle
needs
service.
To keep your battery from
being drained, you
may want
to
pull the
ELC
fuse
in
the
fuse control panel until.
you
you can have your vehicle
serviced (see “Fuses
agd
Circuit Breakers”
in
the Index).
4-30
4.
Find
the positive
(+)
and
negative
(-)
terminals
on
each
battery.
Your Pontiac
has
a
remote positive
(+)
jump
starting terminal. The
terminal
is
under
a
tethered
cap at the front
of
the underhood fuse
and
relay
center.
Pull
up
the cap to
accessthe
remote
positive
(+)
terminal.
You
should
always
use
the
remote
positive
(+)
terminal instead
of
the positive
(+)
terminal on
your
battery.
A
CAUTION:
Using a
match
near
a
battery
can
cause
battery
gas to explode. People
have been hurt doing this,
and some have been blinded.
Use
a
flashlight
if
you need more light.
Be sure
the
battery
has
enough
water. You don’t
need to
add
water
to
the
battery
installed
in
every new
GM
vehicle. But
if
a
battery
has filler
caps,
be
sure
the
right
amount
of
fluid
is
there.
If
it
is
low, add
water
to
take
care of that
first.
If
you don’t, explosive gas
could be present.
Battery
fluid
contains
acid
that
can
burn you.
Don’t get it
on
you.
If
you accidentally get
if;
in
your eyes or on
your
skin,
flush
the
place
with
water
and get medical
help immediately.
5-5
A
vehicle can
fall
from
a
car
carrier
if it isn’t
adequately secured. This
can
cause
a
collision,
serious
personal
injury
and
vehicle damage. The
vehicle should be tightly
secured
with
chains
or
steel cables
before
it
is
transported.
Don’t
use substitutes (ropes, leather
straps,
canvas
webbing, etc.) that
can be cut by sharp
edges underneath
the
towed vehicle.
Always use
T-hooks inserted
in
the
T-hook
slots.
Never use
J-hooks. They will damage
drivetrain
and
suspension
components.
NOTICE:
If
you are chaining or
strapping
the
vehilce
body to
a
trailer,
you must
pull
the
ELC
fuse,
in
the
instrument
panel
fuse
block, before securing
the vehicle. Damage to
the shocks or leveling
system
may
occur
if
the
Electronic Level Control
is
not
disabled.
When
your
vehicle is being
towed, have the
ignition
key
in
the
OFF
position. The steering
wheel
should
be
clamped in a straight-ahead position, with a
clamping device designed for towing service.
Do
not
use
the
vehicle’s steering column
lock
for this. The
transaxle should be
in
NEUTRAL
(N)
and
the
parking
brake released.
NOTICE:
Your vehicle
has
front-wheel drive;
do
not
have
it
towed with
the
front wheels in
contact with the
ground
or
vehicle damage may occur.
A
dolly
must
be
used
under
the
front
wheels
when
towing
from
the
rear
or
the
vehicle must
be
transported
on
a
flat
bed
carrier.
Be
careful
not
to
damage brake
,fluid
lines when
securing
the
vehicle
with
safety
chains.
5-9
Section
6
Service
and
Appearance
Care
Here you
will find information
about
the care
of
your Pontiac. This section begins
with
service
and fuel information,
and
then it shows
how
to check important fluid and
lubricant
levels. There is also
technical
information
about
your
vehxle, and a part
devoted
to
its appearance care.
6-2
Doing
Your Own Service Work
6-3
What
Kind
of
Fuel to
Use
6-5
Using
Fuel
in
Foreign
Countries
6-5 Where
to Put
the Fuel and Filling the Tank
6-8
Checking Things Under the Hood
6-
15
Air
Clem
6-16
Pollen Filter
6-18
Automatic
Transaxle
Fluid
6-
11
Checking Your Engine Oil
6-21
Engine Coolant
6-25
Power Steering Fluid
6-27
Important
Brake
Information
6-30
Information
on
Your
Vehicle’s
Battery
6-30
Tips
on
Vehicle Storage
6-31
Bulb
Replacement
Procedures
6-39
Windshield
Wiper
Blade
Replacement
6-26
Where to
Fill the Windshield Washer Fluid
6-4
1
How
and
When
to
Check
Tire Inflation
6-43
6-45
6-48
6-5 1
6-53
6-54
6-55
6-56
6-57
6-58
6-59
6-64
6-64
6-64
6-65
6-65
When it is Time to Buy
New
Tires
Wheel
Alignment
Cleaning the Inside
of
Your
Vehicle
Care of the Safety Belts
Cleaning the Outside
of
Your
Vehicle
How to Clean
Aluminum
Wheels
Underbody Maintenance
Recommended Appearance Care
Materials
Your
Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN)
The Electrical System
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers
Replacement Bulb Types for Your
Vehicle
Capacities
and Specifications
Air Conditioning Specifications
Vehicle Dimensions
Normal Redacement
Parts
6-1
-
When
vou
&‘-T:
hood,
vou’ll
see
these items:
A.
Underhood Fuse and
Relay
Center
B.
Remote
Positive
Terminal
C.
Windshield
Washer
Fluid
Reservoir
D.
Radiator
Pressure Cap
E.
Power
Steering
Fluid
Reservoir
E
Engine
Oil
Fill
Location
I
‘1
f
G.
Engine
Oil
Dipstick
H.
Transaxle
Fluid
Dipstick
I.
Brake Master
Cylinder
J.
Air Cleaner
K.
Engine
Coolant
Recovery
Tank
6-10
Windshield
Washer
Fluid
What
to
Use
When
you
need
windshield
washer
fluid,
be
sure
to
read
the
manufacturer’s
instructions
before
use.
If you
will
be
operating
your
vehicle
in
an
area
where
the
temperature
may fall
below
freezing,
use
a
fluid
that
has
sufficient
protection
against
freezing.
Adding
Washer
Fluid
The
windshield
washer
fluid
reservoir
is
located
on
the
passenger’s
side
of
the vehicle,
near
the
fuse
and
relay
center.
Open
the
cap
labeled
WASHER
FLUID
ONLY.
Add
washer
fluid
until
the
tank
is
full.
NOTICE:
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0
0
0
0
When
using concentrated
washer
fluid,
follow the
manufacturer’s
instructions
for
adding water.
Don’t
mix
water
with
ready-to-use
washer
fluid. Water
can
cause
the
solution
to
freeze
and
damage
your
washer
fluid
tank
and
other
parts
of
the
washer
system.
Also,
water doesn’t clean
as
well as
washer
fluid.
Fill
your
washer
fluid
tank
only
three-quarters
full
when it’s very cold.
This
allows for expansion,
which
could damage
the
tank
if
it is completely
full.
Don’t use radiator
antifreeze
in
your
windshield washer.
It
can
damage
your
washer
system and
paint.
6-26
Electrical
System
Add-on Electrical
Equipment
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
fmm
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.
Headlamp
Wiring
The headlamp
wiring
is
protected
by
an
internal circuit
breaker in
the
L/p
fuse panel.
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
an
internal
circuit breaker
anda
hse.
If
the
motor overheats due to
heavy
snow,
etc.,
the wiper will
stop
until the motor
cools.
If
the
overlo,ad
is
caused
by
s o w
electrical
problem, be sure to get
it
fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit breakers
inthe
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.
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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.
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
identical
size
and
rating.
If
you
ever
have
a
problem
on
the
road
and
don’t
have
a
spare
fuse,
you
can
borrow
one that
has
the
same
amperage
or use one of the
spare
fuses
in
the
underhood
fuse
and
relay
center.
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 right
amperage.
Replace
it as
soon
as
you can.
There
are
two
fuse
blocks
in your
vehicle:
the
instrument
panel
fuse
block
and
the
underhood
fuse
and
relay
center.
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
The instrument
panel
fuse
block is to the
right
of
the
glove
box.
Pull
the
door
open
to
access
the
instrument
panel
fiw
block.
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Underhood
Fuse
and
Relay
Center
This
fuse
and
relay
center
is
located
in
the
engine
compartment,
in
front
of
the
windshield
washer
fluid
reservoir.
The
fuses marked
spare
are
available
if
a
replacement
fuse
is
needed.
MAXIFUSES
1
-COOL FAN 2
(30
A)
2-
LHEADUMPS
60
A
4
-BAIT MAIN
45C
A]
5
-
IGN MAlN
1
(
A)
E-COOLFANl(30A)
7
-
B A l l
MAIN 1
(80
A)
B-IGNMAlN2(WA)
MINI
RELAYS
10-WOLFAN2
9-COOLFAN
12-COOLFbN1
11
-
IGN MAlN
MICRO
RELAYS
13-AICCLU
14-FUELPUMP
#
I
15-FIPMP
SPDCONT
16-HORN
17
-FOG
W
P
MINIFUSES
18-INJ (lQA]
IS-SPARE
20
-SPARE
21
-
IGM
-
UH (15 A)
=-SPARE
P-SPARE
24
-SPARE
25-ELEKIGN(15A)
26
-SPARE
27-
B N
LAMP
(lo
A)
28
-
NC
CLU
(10
A)
29-RADIO 1OA)
30-ALT SEbSE
(10
A)
31
-TCC
(10
A)
32
-FUEL PUMP
(15
A)
33-ECM SENSE (1OA)
-
'
34-
36
-HORN
(15
A)
35-FOG
LP(10A)
I
I
37
-PARK
LP
(20
A)
38
-
39
-
DIODES
*A/C
CLU
DIODE
40-MINI
FUSEPULLER
I
I
'
1
1
L - J
Maxi
Fuse
1-COOLFAN2
.
. .
3-HEADLAMPS
.
.
4-BATT
MAIN
2
.
.
(41
m
[21
111
AUX
\
B:
1
4
Coolant Fans
Circuit
Breakers:
FRT
HVAC
HI
BLWR,
and
HEADLAMP
Fuses
(UP):
HAZARD
and STOPLAMP
Circuit
Breaker:
PWR
SEATPSD.
Fuses
(VP):
ELC
and
RR
DEFOG
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