Pontiac Firebird - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Transmitter
Verification
(If
Equipped)
This
feature
provides
feedback
to the
holder of the
remote
keyless
entry
transmitter
that
a
command
has
been
received
by
the
Remote
Lock
Receiver.
The
parking
lamps
will
flash
on every
lock and unlock
command
and
the horn
will
sound
only
if
the
LOCK
button
is
pressed
twice
within
five
seconds.
This
allows
for silent
operation of locking
and
unlocking
unless
a
confirming
horn
chirp
is desired.
Other
options
may
be
selected
for
this
feature
(see
“Feature
Customization”
in
the
Index).
Matching
Transmitter(s)
To
Your
Vehicle
Each
remote
keyless
entry
transmitter
is coded
to
prevent
another
transmitter
from
unlocking
your
vehicle.
If
a transmitter is lost
or
stolen,
a
replacement
can
be
purchased
through
your
dealer.
Remember
to
bring
any
remaining
transmitters
with
you
when
you
go
to your
dealer.
When the dealer
matches
the
replacement
transmitter to your
vehicle,
any
remaining
transmitters
must
also
be
matched.
Once
your
dealer
has
coded
the
new
transmitter,
the
lost
transmitter
will
not
unlock
your
vehicle.
Each
vehicle
can have
only four transmitters
matched
to
it.
Have
each
transmitter
you
intend
to
match
ready
for the
next
steps.
To
match
transmitters
to
your
vehicle:
1.
Turn
the
ignition
to
RUN,
then
to
OFF.
This
will
disarm
the
Content
Theft-Deterrent
System
(if
your
vehicle
has
this
option).
2.
Remove the RADIO fuse. This
fuse
is
located
in
the
main
fuse
block,
which
is located
on
the
left
side of
your
instrument
panel. The RADIO
fuse
is
located
on
the
lower
right
hand
corner
of the panel.
See
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index.
3.
Turn
the
ignition
fi-om
OFF
to
RUN
three
times
quickly
(within
five
seconds).
The
vehicle
will
respond
by
locking
the
doors,
unlocking
the
driver’s
door
and
releasing
the
hatch.
Your
transmitter
is now
ready to
match
your
vehicle.
Leave
the
ignition
in
RUN.
4.
Press
and
hold
the
LOCK
and
UNLOCK
buttons
on
the
first
transmitter
for up to
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
transmitters,
replace
the
RADIO fuse.
7.
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.
I1
Your vehicle is equipped
with
the
PASS-Key
II
(Personalized
Automotive
Security
System)
theft-deterrent
system.
PASS-Key
I1
is
a
passive
theft-deterrent
system. It
works
when
you
insert
or
remove
the
key
from
the
ignition.
PASS-Key
I1 uses a resistor
pellet
in the ignition
key
that
matches
a
decoder
in
your
vehicle.
When
the
PASS-Key
I1
system senses
that
someone
is
using
the
wrong
key,
it
shuts
down
the
vehicle’s
starter
and
fuel
systems.
For
about
three
minutes,
the
starter
won’t
workand fuel won’t
go
to
the
engine.
If someone
tries
to
start
your
vehicle
again
or
uses
another
key
during
this
time,
the
vehicle
will
not
start. This
discourages
someone
from randomly
trying
different
keys with
different
resistor
pellets
in
an
attempt
to
make
a
match.
The ignition
key
must
be clean
and
dry
before
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
be
dirty
or
wet.
Turn
the
ignition
off.
Clean
and
dry
the key.
Wait about three
minutes
and
try
again.
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
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.
The
SECURITY
light
will
flash. But
you
don’t
have
to
wait
three
minutes
before
trying
another
ignition
key.
See your
dealer
or
a
locksmith who can service
the
PASS-Key
I1
to have a new
key
made.
2-17
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
RUN
to
disarm
the
Content
Theft-Deterrent
System.
3.
Turn
the
ignition to OFF.
4.
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.
5.
Turn
the
ignition
to
ACC.
You should
hear
a chime to
verify
that
the
system
is
in the
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
Content
Theft-Deterrent
System,
you
will
also
be able
to
program
Remote
Keyless
Entry
Lock
Control
Verification,
Arming
Method,
Arming
Verification,
Driver’s
Door
Delay
and
Shock
Sensor
Enable.
Exit
Lighting
and
Delayed
Illumination
With
Exit
Lighting,
your
interior
lamps
will
come
on for up
to
25
seconds
when
the
key
is
removed
from the
ignition.
With
Delayed
Illumination,
your
interior
lamps
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.
2.
3.
4.
Turn
the
courtesy
lamps on by
turning
the
instrument
panel
brightness
control
knob
all
the
way
up.
Count
the
number
of
chimes you
hear. The number
of
chimes
tells
you
which
mode
your
vehicle
is
set
for.
Turn
the
courtesy
lamp
switch
to
off.
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
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
to
OFF
and
replace
the
RADIO
fuse.
New
Vehicle
CCBreak-InS’
NOTICE:
Your
vehicle doesn’t need an elaborate
“break-in.”
But
it will perform
better
in
the
long
run
if
you
follow
these
guidelines:
0
Keep your speed at
55
mph
(88
km/h)
or
less for
the
first
500
miles
(805
km).
0
Don’t drive
at
any
one
speed
--
fast or
slow
--
for
the
first
500
miles
(805
km).
Don’t make
full-throttle
starts.
200
miles
(322
km) or
so.
During
this
time
your new brake linings
aren’t
yet
broken
in. Hard
stops with new linings can
mean
premature wear and
earlier replacement.
Follow this
breaking-in
guideline
every
time you get new brake linings.
See
“Towinga Trailer’’ in
the
Index
for
more
information.
0
Avoid making
hard
stops
for
the
first
0
Don’t tow a
trailer
during
break-in.
2-23
Engine
Coolant Heater
(Canada Only)
In
very
cold
weather,
0
O
F
(-
1
8
O
C)
or
colder,
the
engine
coolant
heater can help.
You’ll
get easier starting
and
better
fuel
economy
during
engine
warm-up.
Usually,
the
coolant
heater
should
be
plugged
in
a minimum
of
four
hours
prior
to starting
your
vehicle.
To
Use the Engine Coolant Heater
1.
Turn
off
the
engine.
2.
Open
the
hood
and
unwrap
the electrical cord.
The cord is attached
to
the outside
of
the
underhood
fuse
box.
3.
Plug
it
into a normal,
grounded
110-volt
AC
outlet.
A
CAUTION:
Plugging
thecord
into an ungrounded
outlet
could
cause an electrical shock. Also, the
wrong
kind
of
extension cord
could
overheat
and
cause
a fire. You could
be
seriously
injured.
Plug
the
cord
into
a
properly
grounded
three-prong
110-volt AC outlet.
If
the
cord won’t reach, use a
heavy-duty
three-prong
extension cord
rated
for
at
least
15
amps.
2-29
lhrn 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
retum
automatically.
An arrow on the
instrument
panel
will
flash
in
the
direction of the
turn
or
1
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
B&kers” in
the
Index).
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam
When
the
high-beams
are
on,
this
light on the
instrument
panel
also
will
be
on.
To
change
the
headlamps from low
beam
to
high
or
from high
beam
to
low,
pull
the
turn
signal
lever
all
the
way
toward
you.
Then
release
it.
2-47
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.
Sun
Visors
I
To
block
out
glare, you
can swing
down
the
visors. You
can
also
swing
them
to
the
side.
Visor Vanity Mirror
Pull
down
the
sun
visor
and
lift
the
cover
to
expose
the
vanity
mirror.
2-61
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.
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,
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
electrical
problems.
There are
three
fuse
centers
on
your
vehicle.
One is in
the
left
side
of your
instrument
panel.
6-63
The
other
two
are
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.
Main
Fuse
Block
I I I
2
0
3
0
4
0
FUSE USAGE CHART
STOPIHAZARD
TURN
BIU
STG
WHL
CNTRL
RADIO
ACCY
--
5
u
4--l
7
u
8
U
TAIL
LPS
HVAC
PWR
ACCY
COURTESY
9
-
1
lin
121
-1
GAUGES
AIR
BAG
CIGIACCY
DEFOGISEATS
IP
DIMMER
ACCY
RADIO
SEE
OWNER'S MANUAL
FOR
MORE INFORMATION
PRINTED
IN
U.S.A
Fuse
Usage
STOP/HAZARD
Hazard
Flasher, Brake
Switch Assembly
TURN
B/U
Traction
ControVSecond
Gear
Start
Switch, Back/Up Lamp
Switch,
Turn
Flasher,
Daytime
Running Lamps
(DRL)
Module
Steering Wheel Controls
STG
WHEEL
CNTFU
6-64
TAIL
LPS
HVAC
PWR
ACCY
COURTESY
GAUGES
Fuse
RADIO ACCY Delco Monsoon Radio Amplifier,
Power
Antenna,
Remote
CD
Player
(trunk)
Daytime
Running
Lamps
(DRL)
Module,
Headlamp
Switch
HVAC Selector
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
(DRL)
Module
AIR
BAG
Air
Bag,
Dual
Pole
Arming
Sensor
CIGAFUACCY
Cigar
Lighter,
Data
Link
Connector
(DLC),
Auxiliary
Accessory
Wire
Defogger
Timermelay,
Power
Seats
DEFOGBEATS Rear Defogger Switch/Timer, Rear
WINDOWS
I/p
DIMMER
RADIO
Usage
Steering
Wheel
Controls
Fuse
STG
WHEEL
CNTRL
WIPEWASH
Wiper
Motor
Assembly,
Wiper/Washer
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
6-65
Underhood
Electrical
Center
PCM
BAT
FUEL
PUMP
AIR
WMP
000
LnHDLPDR
RH
HDLPDR
HORN
u-
4
1
r;
15305529
A
Fuse
and
Relay
Center
1
Fuse
Usage
ABS
BAT
SOL
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
TCS
BAT
Traction
Control
System
COOL
FAN
PCM
BAT
Cooling
Fan
Control
Powertrain
Control
Module
Fuse
FUEL
PUMP
AIRPUMP
LH
HDLP
DR
RH
HDLP
DR
HORN
ABS
BAT-1
WL
DR
HORN
ABS
BAT-2
COOL
FAN
Relay
FOG
LAMP
HORN
FAN
#3
FAN
#2
FAN
#1
Usage
Fuel
Pump
AIR
Pump
Relay and Bleed Valve
Headlamp
Door
Module
Headlamp
Door
Module
Horn
Relay
Anti-Lock
Brake System Module
Horn
and
Headlamp
Doors
Anti-Lock
Brake
and
Traction
Control System
Cooling
Fan
Relays
6-66
000
INJ
INJ
ENG
SEN
STRTR
ABS
IGN
PCM
ION
000
ENG
CTRL
NC
CRUISE
j
1:
15305530
A
Fuse
INJ
INJ
Fuse
and
Relay
Center
2
Usage
Fuel
Injectors
(Not
used
for
V6)
(LH
injectors for V8 Ignition
Module)
Fuel
Injectors
(All
for
V6)
(RH
injectors for
V8
and
Ignition
Module)
ENG
SEN
Mass
Air
Flow,
Heated
Oxygen
Sensor,
Skip
Shift
Solenoid
(V8
Only), Reverse Lockout
Solenoid,
Brake
Switch
STRTR
Powertrain
Control
Module
and
Clutch Pedal Switch
Fuse
ABS
IGN
PCM
IGN
ENG
CTRL
N
C
CRUISE
ENG
CTRL
I/P-
1
IGN
m-2
Relay
AIR
SOL
AIR
PUMP
AIC
COMP
FUELPUMP
STARTER
IGN
Usage
Anti-Lock
Brake System Module
Powertrain
Control Module
Ignition
Module
(V6
Only),
Automatic
Transmission
and
Charcoal
Canister Purge Solenoid
Air
Conditioning
Compressor
Relay,
Cruise Control Switches
and
Module
Engine
Controls, Fuel
Pump,
PCM,
A.I.R. and
Cooling
Fans
HVAC Blower Control and
Relay
Ignition
Switch,
Relay
and
Starter
Enable Relay
Instrument Panel
Fuse
Center
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