Oldsmobile Aurora - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Aurora - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

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Testing the Alarm
The alarm can be tested by following these steps:
1.
From inside the vehicle, roll down the driver’s
window and open the driver’s door.
2.
Activate the system by locking the doors with the
power door lock switch while the door is open, or
with the remote lock control transmitter.
3.
Get out of the car, close the door and wait for the
SECURITY light to go out.
4.
Then reach in through the window, unlock the
door with the manual door lock and open the door.
This should set off the alarm.
If the alarm does not sound when it should, but the
vehicle’s lamps flash, check to see if the horn works.
The horn fuse may be blown. See “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers” in the Index.
If the alarm does not sound, or the vehicle’s lamps
do not flash, the vehicle should be serviced by an
authorized service center.
PASS
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Key
R
III
Your vehicle is equipped
with the PASS
-
Key III
(Personalized Automotive
Security System)
theft
-
deterrent system.
PASS
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Key III is a passive
theft
-
deterrent system.
This means you don’t have to do anything different to
arm or disarm the system. It works when you insert or
remove the key from the ignition.
Your PASS
-
Key III system operates on a radio
frequency subject to Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) Rules and with Industry Canada.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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This device complies with RSS
-
210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications to this system by other than
an authorized service facility could void authorization to
use this equipment.
PASS
-
Key III uses a radio frequency transponder in
the key that matches a decoder in your vehicle.
When the PASS
-
Key III system senses that someone
is using the wrong key, it shuts down the vehicle’s
starter and fuel systems. The starter will not work and
fuel will stop being delivered to the engine. Anyone
using a trial
-
and
-
error method to start the vehicle will
be discouraged because of the high number of electrical
key codes.
When trying to start the vehicle, if the engine does not
start and the SECURITY light comes on, the key may
have a damaged transponder. Turn the ignition off and
try again.
If the engine still does not start, and the key appears to
be undamaged, try another ignition key. At this time,
you may also want to check the fuse (see “Fuses and
Circuit Breakers” in the Index). If the engine still does
not start with the other key, your vehicle needs service.
If your vehicle does start, the first key may be faulty.
See your dealer or a locksmith who can service the
PASS
-
Key III to have a new key made.
It is possible for the PASS
-
Key III decoder to learn
the transponder value of a new or replacement key.
Up to 10 keys may be programmed for the vehicle.
This procedure is for learning additional keys only.
If all the currently programmed keys are lost or do not
operate, you must see your dealer or a locksmith who
can service PASS
-
Key III to have keys made and
programmed to the system.
See your dealer or a locksmith who can service
PASS
-
Key III to get a new blank key that is cut
exactly as the current black colored driver’s key that
operates the system. Do not use a gray
-
colored
VALET key for this procedure.
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As you signal a turn or a lane change, if the arrows
flash very fast, a 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
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out bulbs.
Turn Signal On Chime
If your turn signal is left on for more than 0.8 miles
(1.3 km), a chime will sound at each flash of the turn
signal and the DIC will display the TURN SIGNAL
ON? reminder message. To turn off the chime and
message, move the turn signal lever to the off position.
To turn off the DIC message while the turn signal is
still active, press any button on the DIC.
Headlamps
The headlamp control
is located on the turn
signal/multifunction lever.
Turn the control to this symbol to turn on
the following:
D
Parking Lamps
D
Sidemarker Lamps
D
Taillamps
D
License Plate Lamps
D
Instrument Panel Lights
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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.
A warning chime and the DIC message LOW OIL
PRESSURE may also come on.
These indicate that oil is not going through your engine
quickly enough to keep it cool. The engine could be low
on oil, or could have some other oil problem. Have it
fixed right away.
The oil light could also come on briefly 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 about five seconds after you turn
the ignition 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.
CAUTION:
Don’t keep driving if the oil pressure is low. If you
do, your engine can become so hot that it catches
fire. You or others could be burned. Check your oil
as soon as possible and have your vehicle serviced.
NOTICE:
Damage to your engine from neglected oil problems
can be costly and is not covered by your warranty.
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Electrical System
Add-On Electrical Equipment
NOTICE:
Don’t add anything electrical to your vehicle
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
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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
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Equipped Vehicle” in the Index.
Headlamp Wiring
The headlamp wiring is protected by a circuit breaker in
the wiring harness. 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 system checked
right away.
Windshield Wiper Fuses
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, have it fixed.
Power Windows and Other Power Options
Circuit breakers in the 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 and circuit
breakers. This greatly reduces the chance of fires caused
by electrical problems.
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 a MaxiFuse
R
should blow, see your dealer
for service immediately.
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. 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 correct amperage.
Replace it as soon as you can. You will find a fuse puller
clipped in both of the bussed electrical centers. Snap the
wide end of the fuse puller at the side indentations and
pull the fuse out.
The MaxiFuses are located in two Bussed Electrical
Centers (BEC), one located near the engine compartment
on the passenger’s side and the other under the rear seat on
the driver’s side. If a MaxiFuse should blow, have your
vehicle serviced by your dealer immediately.
Engine Compartment Bussed Electrical Center (BEC)
The front Bussed Electrical
Center (BEC) is located in
the front of the engine
compartment on the
passenger’s side. Lift the
cover to gain access. See
“Engine Compartment
Overview” in the Index
for more information
on location.
Fuse 22 or 23 can be moved to the outer position to
provide continuous power to the accessory power outlet
or cigarette lighter when the ignition is not ON.
See your dealer for additional assistance, if needed.
Leaving an accessory on for a long period of time can
drain the vehicle’s battery.
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Minifuse
Usage
1
Not Used
2
Accessory
3
Windshield Wipers
4
Not Used
5
Left Low
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Beam Headlamp
6
Right Low
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Beam Headlamp
7
Instrument Panel
8
Powertrain Control Module Battery
Minifuse
Usage
9
Right High
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Beam Headlamp
10
Left High
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Beam Headlamp
11
Ignition 1
12
Not Used
13
Transaxle
14
Cruise Control
15
Direct Ignition System
16
Injector Bank #2
17
Not Used
18
Not Used
19
Powertrain Control Module Ignition
20
Oxygen Sensor
21
Injector Bank #1
22
Auxiliary Power
23
Cigarette Lighter
24
Fog Lamps/Daytime
Running Lamps
25
Horn
26
Air Conditioner Clutch
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Micro Relays
Usage
27
High
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Beam Headlamp
28
Low
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Beam Headlamp
29
Fog Lamps
30
Daytime Running Lamps
31
Horn
32
Air Conditioner Clutch
33
HVAC Solenoid
Mini Relays
Usage
34
Accessory
35
Air Pump
36
Starter 1
37
Cooling Fan 2
38
Ignition 1
39
Cooling Fan Series/Parallel
40
Cooling Fan 1
Maxibreaker
Usage
41
Starter
MaxiFuses
Usage
42
AIR
43
ABS
44
Air Pump B
45
Air Pump A
46
Cooling Fan 2
47
Cooling Fan 1
Spare Fuses
Usage
48
Spare
49
Not Used
50
Not Used
51
Not Used
52
Not Used
53
Fuse Puller
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Removing the Rear Seat Cushion
To access the battery and rear compartment fuse panels,
the rear seat cushion must be removed. This procedure is
somewhat difficult. You may wish to have your dealer
do this for you.
NOTICE:
The battery and main fuse boxes are located
under the rear seat cushion. The battery’s ground
terminal and some relay wires are exposed. To
help avoid damage to the battery and wires, be
careful when removing or reinstalling the seat
cushion. Do not remove covers from covered
parts. Do not store anything under the seat,
as objects could touch exposed wires and cause
a short.
To Remove the Rear Seat Cushion
1.
Pull up on the front of the cushion to release the
front hooks.
2.
Pull the cushion up and out toward the front of
the vehicle.
To Reinstall the Rear Seat Cushion
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Minifuses
Usage
1
Fuel Pump
2
HVAC Blower
3
Memory
4
ALDL
5
Rear Fog Lamps
6
CD
7
Driver’s Door Module
8
Air Bag System
Minifuses
Usage
9
Not Used
10
Right Parking Lamp
11
Vent Solenoid
12
Ignition 1
13
Left Parking Lamp
14
Dimmer
15
Not Used
16
Left Front Heated Seat
17
Not Used
18
Rear Door Module
19
Stoplamp
20
NSBU
21
Audio
22
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
23
Not Used
24
Not Used
25
Passenger Door Module
26
Body
27
Interior Lamps
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Minifuses
Usage
28
Not Used
29
Ignition Switch
30
Not Used
31
Right Front Heated Seat
32
Not Used
33
HVAC
34
Ignition 3 Rear
35
Anti
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Lock Brake System (ABS)
36
Turn Signal/Hazard
37
HVAC Battery
38
Dimmer
Micro Relays
Usage
39
Fuel Pump
40
Parking Lamp
41
Ignition 1
42
Rear Fog Lamp
43
Not Used
44
Park
45
Reverse
Micro Relays
Usage
46
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
47
Fuel Tank Door Lock
48
Not Used
49
Ignition 3
50
Fuel Tank Door Release
51
Interior Lamps
52
Trunk Release
53
Front Courtesy Lamps
54
Not Used
55
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Circuit
Breakers
Usage
56
Power Seats
57
Power Windows
Mini Relays
Usage
58
Cigar
59
Rear Defogger