Pontiac Trans Sport - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Trans Sport - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

If
your
vehicle
is
facing
downward
on
a
steep
grade
(15
percent
or
more),
the
door
may
not
stay
open
and
could
slam
shut,
possibly
injuring
someone.
To
make
sure
the
door
does
not
slam
shut,
turn
on
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
handle
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
handle and slide
the
door
all
the
way forward to
the
latched position.
Resetting
the
Power
Sliding
Door
The power sliding door
may
operate incorrectly
or
not
at
all because of the following conditions:
A
low voltage or dead battery,
Disconnecting the battery or
If the
IGN
1,
B/U
LAMP,
RADIO
or
PWR
SEATPSD
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.
Check to be sure
the
power sliding door is unlocked
2.
Turn
the ignition switch to
OFF.
3.
Enable the power sliding door override feature.
4.
Remove the RADIO fuse
from the underhood fuse
and
relay
center. Leave
it
out
for
30
seconds.
and securely closed.
5.
Reinstall
the
fuse and wait
10
seconds.
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Entering
Programming
Mode
To program features, your vehicle must be in the
programming mode. Follow these steps:
1.
The Content Theft-Deterrent system (if equipped)
must
be
disarmed. See “Content Theft-Deterrent
System”
in this section.
2.
Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the instrument
panel fuse block, located to the right of the glove
box.
(See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers” in the Index.)
3.
Close the driver’s door.
4.
Turn the ignition switch towards you to
ACCESSORY.
5.
Count
the
number
of
chimes
you
hear.
You
will hear
two to four chimes depending on the features your
vehicle is equipped with. Refer to the chart
shown previously.
You
can
now program your choices.
To
exit the programming mode, follow the steps listed
under “Exiting Programming Mode” later in
this section.
Delayed
Illumination
and
Exit
Lighting
With Delayed Illumination, the interior lamps
will
stay
on
for about
25
seconds after
all
the doors and
the
liftgate are closed.
With Exiting Lighting, the interior lamps will
come on
and stay on for about
25
seconds whenever
you
remove
the key from
the
ignition.
To
customize these features to your
preference, see
“Programmable Modes” following.
Programmable
Modes
Your vehicle can
be programmed to one of the
following modes.
Mode
1:
Both
Features
Off
(The
interior
lamps
will
turn
on
or
off
at
the
same
instant
that
a
door
is
opened
or
closed.)
Mode
2:
Delayed Illumination Only (The interior lamps
will stay on for about
25
seconds after all the doors and
liftgate are closed, or until you lock the doors.)
Mode
3:
Exit Lighting Only (The interior lamps will
come on whenever you remove the key from the ignition
and stay on for about
25
seconds, or until you lock
the
doors
.)
Mode
4:
Both Features
On
(This combines Modes
2
and
3.)
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Exiting
Programming
Mode
To
exit
programming mode, just turn the key from
ACCESSORY
to
OFF
and put the
BCM
PRGRM fuse
back into the instrument panel
fuse
block.
NOTE:
After programming a feature,
you
can exit the
programming mode
at
anytime.
Windows
Manual
Windows
Power
Windows
(Option)
Use
the
manual crank to open and close the
front
windows.
If
you
have
power windows, the switches
on
the driver’s
door
m e s t
control the front windows (when
the
ignition is in
RUN
or
ACCESSORY).
The
left
switch
eontrols
the driver’s
window. The right switch controls
the passenger’s window.
The
driver’s
power window switch
has
two down
positions. Push the switch to the first position
to
lower
the window
normally.
2-50
Turn
and
Lane
Change Signals
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 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).
If you have a trailer towing option with added
wiring for
the trailer lamps, the signal indicator will flash
at
a
normal rate even if a
turn signal bulb
is
burned
out.
Check the front and rear turn signal lamps regularly to
make sure they are working.
Turn
Signal
On
Chime
If either turn signal is left
on
for more than
314
mile
(1.2
km),
a chime will sound to let the driver
know
to
turn it off.
If
you need to leave the signal
on
for more than
3/4
mile
(1.2
km),
turn off the signal and then turn it back
on.
Headlamp
HigWLow
Beam
Changer
To change
the
headlamps from
high
to
low
beam,
or
low
to high, simply pull the turn signal lever all the way
toward you. Then release it.
When the high beams are
on, this light on the
instrument cluster will
also
be
on.
2-53
To
use your air inflator system, attach the appropriate
nozzle adapter,
if
required, to the end of the hose
that
has the pressure gage. Then attach that end
of
the
hose
to
the object you wish to inflate. Remove the protective
Inflating
something
too
much
can
make
it
cap covering the outlet. Attach the other end
of
the
hose
explode, and you or others could
be
injured. Be
to the outlet. Press the
ON
switch. The
ON
switch will
sure
to
read the inflator instructions, and inflate
work even with the ignition off.
any
object
only
to
its
recommended
pressure.
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 replace the cover, line up the tabs
at
the back
of
the
cover and put it in place. Push down the tab to secure
the cover.
2-79
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
Signal/Multifunction
Lever
D.
Hazard
Warning
Flashers
Switch
E.
Instrument Cluster
E
Center Vents
G.
Audio System
H. Side Vents
I.
Lamps Switch
J.
Hood Release
K.
Steering Wheel Touch
Controls
(Option)
L. Horn
0.
Climate
Controls
P.
Rear Fan Controls
Q.
Accessory
Power Outlet
R. Storage Bin
S.
Remote CD Player (Option)
T.
Instrument
Panel Switchbank
lJ.
LightedAshtray
V.
Glove
Box
W.
Front
Vents
X.
Fuse Panel
2-83
Things you put
inside
your
vehicle can
strike
and
injure
people
in
a
sudden
stop
or
turn,
or
in
a
crash.
Put things
in
the
cargo
area
of your vehicle.
Try
to
spread
the
weight
evenly.
Never stack
heavier
things,
like
suitcases,
inside
the vehicle
so’
that
some
of
them
are
above
the
tops
of
the
seats.
Don’t leave an unsecured
child
restraint
in
your vehicle.
When
you
carry
something
inside
the
vehicle, secure
it
whenever
you can.
Don’t
leave
a
seat
folded
down
unless
you
need
to.
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 can have your vehicle
serviced (see
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index).
Using heavier suspension components to get added
durability might not change your weight ratings.
Ask
your dealer to help you load your vehicle the right way.
4-31
To
avoid
the
possibility
of
the
vehicles
rolling,
set
the
parking
brake
firmly
on
both
vehicles
involved
in
the
jump
start
procedure.
Put
an
automatic
transaxle
in
PARK
(P).
3.
Turn
off
the ignition on both vehicles. Unplug
unnecessary accessories plugged into the cigarette
lighter
or
accessory
power outlet.
Turn
off
all
lamps
that aren’t needed
as
well
as
radios. This will avoid
sparks
and help save both batteries.
In
addition,
it
could save your radio!
4.
Open the hoods and
locate the batteries. Find
the positive
(+)
and
negative
(-)
terminals on
each battery.
An
electric
fan
can
start
up even
when
the
engine
is
not
running
and
can
injure
you.
Keep
hands,
clothing
and
tools
away
from
any
underhood
electric
fan.
Your
vehicle
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
access the remote
positive
(+)
terminal.
You should always use the remote positive
(+)
terminal
instead
of
the positive
(+)
terminal on
your
battery.
5-4
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-ho’ok
slots.
Never
use
J-hooks.
They
will damage drivetrain
and
suspension
components.
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NOTICE:
I
If
you are using car-carrier equipment, you must
pull the Electronic
Level Control (ELC)
fuse,in
the instrument panel
fuse
block,
before
securing
the vehicle.
Damage
to
the shocks or leveling
system
may
occur if the Electronic
LevelControl
(ELC)
fuse
is
not
disabled.
When your vehicle
is
being towed, have the ignition
key in
OFF.
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. For front towing,
the
transaxle should be
in
PARK
(P)
and
the
parking
brake
released.
For
rear towing,
the
transaxle should be
in
NEUTRAL
(N)
and the parking brake engaged.
When
you
lift the hood, you’ll
see
these items:
4
A.
Underhood
Fuse
and
Relay Center
€3.
Remote Positive
(+)
Battery
Terminal
C.
Windshield
Washer
Fluid Reservoir
D. Radiator Pressure
Cap
E.
Power Steering
Fluid
Reservoir
F. Engine Oil Fill Location
G.
Engine
Oil
Dipstick
H,
Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
I.
Brake Master Cylinder
J.
Air
Cleaner
K.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
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:
e
e
e
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 if freezing
occurs,
which
could damage the tank
if
it
is
completely
full.
Don’t
use
engine
coolant
(antifreeze)
in
your windshield
washer. It can damage
your
washer
system
and
paint.
6-26
Electrical
System
Add-on
Electrical
Equipment
I
NOTICE:
~
I
Don’t
add
anything
electrical
to
your
vehicle
unless
you
check
with
your
dealer
first.
Some
electrical
equipment
can
damage
your
vehicle
i
and
the
damage
wouldn’t
be
covered
by
your
warranty.
Some
add-on
electrical
equipment
can
keep
other
components
from
working
as
they
should.
Your vehicle has an air bag system. Before attempting to
add
anything
electrical
to
your
vehicle,
see
“Servicing
Your
Air
Bag-Equipped
Vehicle”
in the
Index.
Headlamp
Wiring
The
headlamp
wiring is protected
by
an
internal circuit
breaker
in
the
UP
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
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,
be
sure
to get
it
fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit
breakers
in
the
I/P
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.
6-58
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits in your vehicle are protected from
sh'ortcircuits by a combination of fuses, circuit breakers
and fusible therrnal 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 fuse block.
6-59
CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
PWR
WDO/RR
VENT
PWR
SEAT/
FRT
HVAClHl
I
I
I
For
More
Information,
See
Owner's
Manual
Circuit
Breakers
HEADLAMP
DRL Control Module,
Headlamp and
I/F
Dimmer Switch
Circuit
Breakers
PWR
SEATPSD
FRT
HVACMI
BLWR
Fuses
SWC
BACKLIGHT
ELEC FRNDL
PWR
MIRROR
CRUISE
PWR
QTR
VENT
PWR
WDO/RR
VENT
Front Power Windows
FRT
W P W S H R
PWR
LUCK
6-Way Power Seat(s)
and
Rear
Side
Door Actuator
Motor
Blower Motor
Hi
Speed
Relay
in
Module
Steering
Wheel
Radio
Control Switches
(Illumination)
Instrument
Cluster
to
PRNDL
Indicators
Power Remute Control
Mirror
Switch
Cruise Control Module,
Switch and Release
Switch
Interior
Lamps and
Multifunction
Switch
(Power Vent Switch)
Windshield Wipermasher
Motor and Switch
BCM
6-60
Fuses
RH
T/LP
RR FOG LP
CIGAWDLC
TfSIG
RR HVAC
SWC ACCY
HAZARD
RR
PWR SCKT
DRL
LH
TLP
FW
DEFOG
Not
Used
Not
Used
Cigarette Lighter and Data
Link Connector (DLC)
Turn
Signal Switch
Rear Blower Motor, Rear
Heater-A/C Control,
and Temperature Door
Actuator (Rear)
Steering Wheel Radio
Control
Switches
Turn Signal Switch
Rear Electric Accessory
Plug Housing
DRL
Control Module
Not Used
Rear Window
Defogger
Relay
Fuses
FRT
PWR SCKT
SIR
FRT
HVAC
LOWMED BLWR
MALL/RADIO/DIC
STOP LAMP
ABS MOD BATT
CAN VENT SOL
ELC
Front Electric Accessory
Plug Housing
Inflatable Restraint
Control Module
Heater-A/C Control
BCM, Driver Information
Display, Radio and Radio
Rear Speaker Amplifier
Stoplamp Switch
to Stoplamps
Electronic Brake Control
ModuleElectronic Brake
Traction Control Module
(EBCMRBTCM)
Evaporative Emissions
(EVAP) Canister Vent
S
olonoid Valve
Electronic Level
Control
(ELC) Air Compressor
and
ELC
Relay,
Trailer
Harness
6-61
Fuses
CTSY
LAMP
IGN
1
SUNROOF
RR
WPR WSHR
BCM
ALC Sensor, BCM,
Electronic Brake Control
Indicator Lamp Driver
Module, Instrument Panel
Cluster, Rear Side Door
Actuator Motor, Rear
Window Wipermasher and
Multifunction Switch (Fog
Lamp
SwitcldTraction
Control Switch) and
Stoplampflorque Converter
Clutch
(TCC)
Switch
Sunroof Control Module
Rear Window
Wip'er Motor,
Rear Window Wipermasher
and Multifunction Switch
(Rear
Window
Wipermasher Switch)
Fuses
LH HEADLP LOW
LH
HEADLP HIGH
ABS/TCS
IGN
ABS
SOL
HVACDRL
BCM PRGRM
RH
HEADLP
LOW
RH
HEADLP HIGH
PCM
Not Used
Not
Used
Electronic Brake Control
ModuleElectronic
Brake
Traction Control Module
(EBCMIEBTCM)
LH
and
RH
Front Brake
Solenoid Valve
Air
Inlet
Actuator,
DRL
Control Module, Heater-A/C
Control, Temperature Door
Actuator (Front) and Rear
Window Defogger Relay
Body
Control
Module
(BCM)
Not
Used
Not
Used
IGN
MAIN
Relay
and
PCM
6-62
Underhood
Fuse
and
Relay
Center
This fuse and
relay
center
is
located
in the engine
compartment,
in front
of
the windshield
washer
fluid reservoir.
T’he fuses
marked spare are available if a
replacement
fuse
is needed.
Maxi
Fuse
1
-COOL
FAN
2
3-HEADLAMPS
Coolant Fans
Circuit
Breakers:
FRT
WAC
HI
BLWR,
and
HEADLAMP
Fuses
(W):
HAZARD
and
STOPLAMP
4-BATT
MAIN
2
Circuit
Breaker:
PWR
SEAT/PSD.
Fuses
(UP):
ELC
and
RR
DEFOG
6-63
Maxi
Fuse
5-IGN MAIN
1
8-IGN
MAIN
2
Ignition Switch
to
Fuses
(UP):
ABS/TCS
IGN, CRUISE, DRL,
ELEC
PRNDL,
IGN
1,
PSD,
SIR,
T/SIG
and
PCM
[IGN
MAIN
Relay
(Uaderhsod
Electrical Center
Fuses:
A/C
INJ,
TCC)]
CLU, ELEK IGN, IGN
l-U/H,
6-COOL
FAN
1
Coolant
Fans
7-BATT
MAIN
I
Fuses
(UP):
ABS
MOD
BATT,
CIGAE2/RLC,
CTSY
LAMP,
FRT
PWR
SCKT,
PWR
LOCK,
PWR
MIRROR
and
RR
PWR
SCKT
Ignition Switch
to
Fuses
(VP):
BCM
PRGWM,
FRT
HVAC
LOWMED BLWR,
FXT
WPFUWSHR,
HVACDRL,
MALLIRARIOIDIC,
PWR
QRT
VENT,
RR
HVAC,
RR
wPR/WSHR,
SUNROOF,
SWC
ACCY
and
PWR
WD8
Circuit
Breaker
Mini
Relays
9-COOL
FAN
10-COOL
FAN
2
11-IGN
MAIN
Micro
Re1ay:s
13-NC
CLU
P 4 - W L
PUMP
15-FPMP
SPD
CONT
16-HORN
17-FOG
LAMB
Mini
Fuse
18-INJ
19-SPARE
2O-SPARE
RHFANl,LHFAN2
LH
FAN
2
FUSES:
A/C
CLU,
IGN l-UM,
INS,
ELEK
IGN,
TCC
RHFANI,LHFAN2
A/C
Clutch
Fuel
Pump
Not
Used
LH
Fog
Lamp,
RH
Fog
Lamp,
Fog
Lamp
Indicator
Fuel
Injectors
1-6
Not
Used
Not
Used
6-64
Mini
Fuse
21-IGN1-UH
22-SPARE
23-SPARE
24-SPARE
25-ELEK IGN
26-SPARE
27-B/U
LAMP
28-A/C CLU
29-RADIO
Evaporative Emissions (EVAP)
Canister Purge Valve, Heated
Oxygen Sensors 1
and
2, Mass
Air Flow (MAF) Sensor
Not Used
Not
Used
Not Used
Ignition Control Module (ICM)
Not Used
Transaxle Range Switch
to
Back-up Lamps
A/C CLU Relay to
A/C
Compressor Clutch Oil
Driver Information
Display,
Heater
A/C
Control, Radio, Rear
Side Door Actuator Control
Motor, Remote Control Door
Lock Receiver (RCDLR),
Security Indicator Lamp and
Theft Deterrent Shock Sensor
Mini
Fuse
30-ALT SENSE
3 1-TCC
32-FUEL PUMP
33-ECM SENSE
34
35-FOG LP
36-HORN
37-PARK LP
38
39
40
Generator
Automatic Transaxle
(Torque
Converter Clutch Solenoids)
Stoplamp Switch
to
PCM
Fuel Pump Relay
Powertrain Control
Module (PCM)
Not Used
Fog
Lamp Relay
Horn
Relay
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Control Module, Headlamps
and
UP
Dimmer Switch
Theft-Deterrent Relay
to Headlamps
Not Used
Not Used
Mini
Fuse PuIIer
6-65