Oldsmobile Silhouette - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Silhouette - 2001 Fuse Box Diagram

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Entering Programming Mode
To program features, your vehicle must be in the
programming mode. Follow these steps:
1.
The optional content theft
-
deterrent system must
be disarmed. See “Content Theft
-
Deterrent System”
in this section.
2.
Remove fuse 47 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 key 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 exit lighting, the interior lamps will come on and
stay on for about 25 seconds whenever you remove the
key from the ignition.
Programmable 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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When your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed in Mode 1. The mode to which the vehicle
has been programmed may have been changed since it
left the factory. To determine the mode to which your
vehicle is programmed or to program your vehicle to a
different mode, do the following:
1.
Follow the instructions for “Entering Programming
Mode” listed previously.
2.
Insert your spare key fully into any door key cylinder
and turn it to the unlock position.
This step is necessary to prevent accidental
programming of this feature to Mode 2. Do not
program this feature to Mode 2 without first reading
Mode 2 entirely. The door key cylinder must remain
in the unlock position during Steps 2 through 4.
3.
Press the horn symbol on the remote keyless
entry transmitter.
4.
Count the number of chimes you hear. The number
of chimes indicates the vehicle’s current programmed
mode. (If you do not wish to change the current
mode, you can either exit the programming mode
by following the instructions later in this section or
program the next feature available on your vehicle.)
5.
Press the horn symbol to change the current mode.
6.
Press the horn symbol until you hear the number of
chimes corresponding to the mode selection you want.
7.
Remove your key from the door key cylinder.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
next in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.
Exiting Programming Mode
To exit programming mode, turn the key from
ACCESSORY to OFF and put fuse 47 back into
the instrument panel fuse block.
After programming a feature, you can exit the
programming mode at anytime. Also, if your vehicle
is equipped with the content theft
-
deterrent system,
remember to arm the system before exiting.
Dual Sliding Doors
To open either sliding door from outside the vehicle,
pull the handle out and then pull the door toward the
rear. If you slide the door all the way back, the door will
rest in a detent position. The door must overcome this
detent when closing.
To move the door forward, you must first pull the door
past the open detent position.
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Resetting the Power Sliding Door
The power sliding door may operate incorrectly or not
at all because of the following conditions:
D
A low voltage or dead battery,
D
disconnecting the battery, or
D
if the instrument panel fuse 4 or the underhood
fuses 5, 27 or 29 are removed or blown.
See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers” 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. If your vehicle has the optional
dual power sliding doors, both doors will have 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
and securely closed.
2.
Turn the ignition key to OFF.
3.
If on, turn the power sliding door override
switch off.
4.
Remove fuse 29 from the underhood fuse and
relay center. Leave it out for 30 seconds.
5.
Reinstall the fuse and wait 10 seconds.
6.
Turn the power sliding door override switch on.
7.
Push either of the power door buttons to open the
power sliding door.
8.
Open the door.
9.
Wait five seconds and close the door by pushing
either power door button.
10.
Wait five seconds and repeat Steps 7 through 9.
If the door does not rest in the fully open position
after repeating Step 7, repeat Steps 7 through 9 again.
If the door still does not operate correctly, see your
dealer for service.
Canceling the Sliding Door Security Lock
1.
Unlock the sliding door and open the door from
the outside.
2.
Move the security lock lever all the way down.
The sliding door lock will now work normally.
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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 instrument panel fuse 12.
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.
See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers” in the Index.
It is possible for the PASS
-
Key III decoder to learn
the transponder value of a new or replacement key.
Up to 10 additional 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 key blank that is cut
exactly as the ignition key that operates the system.
To program the new key:
1.
Verify the new key has “PK3” stamped on it.
2.
Insert the ignition key in the ignition and start the
engine. If the engine will not start see your dealer
for service.
3.
After the engine has started, turn the key to OFF and
remove the key.
4.
Insert the key to be programmed and turn it to RUN
within 10 seconds of removing the previous key.
5.
The security message will turn off once the key has
been programmed. It may not be apparent that the
security message went on due to how quickly the key
is programmed.
6.
Repeat Steps 1 through 4 if additional keys are to
be programmed.
If you are ever driving and the security message comes
on and stays on, you will be able to restart your engine
if you turn it off. Your PASS
-
Key III system,
however, is not working properly and must be serviced
by your dealer. Your vehicle is not protected by the
PASS
-
Key III system at this time.
If you lose or damage a PASS
-
Key III key, see your
dealer or a locksmith who can service PASS
-
Key III to
have a new key made. In an emergency, call Oldsmobile
Roadside Assistance. See “Roadside Assistance” in the
Index for more information.
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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 cluster 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 “Bulb Replacement” and “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 3/4 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.
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To use your air inflator system, do the following:
1.
Turn the ignition key to ACCESSORY or START.
2.
Attach the appropriate nozzle adapter, if required,
to the end of the hose that has the pressure gage.
3.
Then attach that end of the hose to the object you
wish to inflate.
4.
Remove the protective cap covering the outlet.
5.
Attach the other end of the hose to the outlet.
6.
Press the ON switch.
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, do the following:
1.
Press OFF and detach the hose, first from the
inflated object, then from the outlet.
2.
Put the protective cap back on.
3.
Place the inflator kit tools in the pouch, and store in
the glove box.
To put the cover the back, line up the tabs at the back
of the cover and put it in place. Push down the tab to
secure the cover.
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Accessory Power Outlets
Accessory power outlets can be used to plug in electrical
equipment such as a cellular telephone, CB radio, etc.
Follow the proper installation instructions that are
included with any electrical equipment you install.
The front accessory power outlets are located below the
cupholders. Pull the cover down to use the accessory
power outlet. When not in use, keep the cover on.
The rear accessory power outlet is located in the rear
compartment on the driver’s side. To remove the cover,
pull the tab on the cover and pull it off.
To put the cover back on the rear accessory power
outlet, line up the tabs at the back of the cover and
put the cover in place. Push down the tab to secure
the cover.
When not in use, always cover the rear accessory power
outlet with the protective cap.
NOTICE:
When using the accessory power outlet:
D
Maximum load of any electrical equipment
should not exceed 20 amps.
D
Be sure to turn off any electrical equipment
when not in use. Leaving electrical
equipment on for extended periods can
drain your battery.
Certain accessory power plugs may not be compatible
to the accessory power outlet and could result in blown
vehicle or adapter fuses. If you experience a problem see
your dealer for additional information on the accessory
power plugs.
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The main components of the instrument panel are the following:
A.
Side Vents
B.
Front Vents
C.
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
D.
Hazard Warning Flasher Switch
E.
Instrument Panel Cluster
F.
Center Vents
G.
Audio System
H.
Side Vents
I.
Exterior Lamp Control
J.
Hood Release
K.
Audio Steering Wheel Controls (Option)
L. Horn
M. Ignition Switch
N.
Audio Steering Wheel Controls (Option)
O.
Climate Controls
P.
Rear Fan Controls (Option)
Q.
Cupholder Tray
R.
Accessory Power Outlet
S.
Storage Bin
T.
Instrument Panel Switchbank
U.
Glove Box
V.
Front Vents
W. Instrument Panel Fuse Block
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5.
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. See
“Engine Compartment
Overview” in the Index
for more information
on location.
Squeeze the tabs and pull up on the cap to access
the remote positive (+) terminal.
You should always use the remote positive (+)
terminal instead of the positive (+) terminal on
your battery.
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 ACDelco
R
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 it in
your eyes or on your skin, flush the place with
water and get medical help immediately.
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Engine Compartment Overview
When you lift the hood, you’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
F.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
G.
Engine Oil Dipstick
H.
Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
I.
Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir
J.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
K.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
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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 engine compartment,
near the fuse and relay
center. See “Engine
Compartment Overview”
in the Index for more
information on location.
Open the cap labeled WASHER FLUID ONLY.
Add washer fluid until the tank is full.
NOTICE:
D
When using concentrated washer fluid,
follow the manufacturer’s instructions for
adding water.
D
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.
D
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.
D
Don’t use engine coolant (antifreeze) in
your windshield washer. It can damage
your washer system and paint.
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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
-
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 instrument panel 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 instrument panel 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 located to the
right of the glove box.
Pull the door open to access the instrument panel
fuse block.
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Circuit
Breakers
Usage
1
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Control Module, Headlamp and
Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
2
Power Sliding Door
3
Front Power Windows
4
6
-
Way Power Seats and Rear Side
Door Actuator Motor
5
Blower Motor Hi Speed
Relay Module
Fuses
Usage
6
Steering Wheel Radio Control
Switches (Illumination)
7
Instrument Cluster to
PRNDL Indicators
8
Power Remote Control
Mirror Switch
9
Cruise Control Module,
Switch and Release Switch
10
Not Used
11
Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
Ignition Crank
12
PASS
-
Key
R
III System
13
Body Control Module (BCM)
14
Heated Mirrors
15
Not Used
16
Not Used
17
Cigarette Lighter, Driver
Information Center (DIC),
Front Auxiliary Power Outlets
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Fuses
Usage
18
Turn Signal Switch
19
Indicator Lamp and Multifunction
Switch (Power Vent Switch)
20
Windshield Wiper/Washer Motor
and Switch
21
Turn Signal Switch
22
Rear Electric Accessory
Plug Housing
23
DRL Control Module
24
Not Used
25
Rear Window Defogger Relay,
Heated Mirrors
26
OnStar
R
27
Inflatable Restraint
Control Module
28
Heater
-
A/C Control
Fuses
Usage
29
Instrument Cluster, BCM,
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Sensor and Relay
30
Stoplamp Switch
31
Module/Electronic Brake Control
Module/Electronic Brake Traction
Control Module (EBCM/EBTCM)
32
Evaporative Emissions (EVAP)
Canister Vent Solenoid Valve
33
Not Used
34
ELC Air Compressor and
ELC Relay, Trailer Harness
35
Courtesy Lamp
36
BCM, Electronic Brake Control
Indicator Lamp Driver Module,
Instrument Panel Cluster, Rear Side
Door Actuator Control Module,
Rear Windows
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Fuses
Usage
37
Rear HVAC
-
A/C Control
38
Rear Window Wiper Motor,
Rear Window Wiper/Washer and
Multifunction Switch (Rear Window
Wiper/Washer Switch)
39
Not Used
40
Not Used
41
Not Used
42
Not Used
43
Not Used
44
Retained Accessory
Power (RAP) Relay
Fuses
Usage
45
Not Used
46
Air Inlet Actuator, DIC Display,
DRL Control Module, Heater
-
A/C
Control, Temperature Door
Actuator (Front) and Rear Window
Defogger Relay
47
BCM Programming
48
Not Used
49
Not Used
50
IGN MAIN Relay and PCM,
Electronic Break Control Module
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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. See “Engine
Compartment Overview”
in the Index for more
information on location.
The fuses marked spare are available if a replacement
fuse is needed.
To remove the cover, turn the knob counterclockwise
and lift up. Remove the cover.
When finished, put the cover back on, turn the knob
clockwise to tighten the cover in place. Make sure that
the remote positive (+) terminal cover is on correctly.
Maxi Fuse
Usage
1 COOL FAN 2
Coolant Fans
2
Not Used
3 HEADLAMPS
Circuit Breakers: FRT HVAC HI
BLWR, and HEADLAMP Fuses
(Instrument Panel): HAZARD
and STOPLAMP
4 BATT MAIN 2
Circuit Breaker: PWR SEAT/PSD.
Fuses (Instrument Panel): ELC and
RR DEFOG
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Maxi Fuse
Usage
5 IGN MAIN 1
Ignition Switch to Fuses
(Instrument Panel): ABS/TCS
IGN, CRUISE, DRL, ELEC
PRNDL, IGN 1, PSD, SIR,
T/SIG and PCM [IGN MAIN
Relay (Underhood Electrical
Center Fuses: A/C CLU, ELEK
IGN, IGN 1
-
U/H, INJ, TCC)]
6 COOL FAN 1
Coolant Fans
7 BATT MAIN 1
Fuses (Instrument Panel): ABS
MOD BATT, CIGAR/DLC, CTSY
LAMP, FRT PWR SCKT, PWR
LOCK, PWR MIRROR and RR
PWR SCKT
8 IGN MAIN 2
Ignition Switch to Fuses (I/P):
BCM PRGRM, FRT HVAC
LOW/MED BLWR, FRT
WPR/WSHR, HVAC/DRL,
MALL/RADIO/DIC,
PWR QRT VENT, RR HVAC,
RR WPR/WSHR, SWC ACCY
and PWR WDO Circuit Breaker
Mini Relays
Usage
9 COOL FAN
RH FAN 1, LH FAN 2
10 COOL FAN 2
LH FAN 2
11 IGN MAIN
FUSES: A/C CLU, IGN 1
-
U/H,
INS, ELEK IGN, TCC
12 COOL FAN 1
RH FAN 1, LH FAN 2
Micro Relays
Usage
13 A/C CLU
A/C Clutch
14 FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump
15
Not Used
16 HORN
Horn
17 FOG LAMP
LH Fog Lamp, RH Fog Lamp,
Fog Lamp Indicator
Mini Fuse
Usage
18 INJ
Fuel Injectors 1
-
6
19 SPARE
Not Used
20 SPARE
Not Used
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Mini Fuse
Usage
21 IGN1
-
UH
Evaporative Emissions (EVAP)
Canister Purge Valve,
Heated Oxygen Sensors 1 and 2,
Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor
22 SPARE
Not Used
23 SPARE
Not Used
24 SPARE
Not Used
25 ELEK IGN
Ignition Control Module (ICM)
26 SPARE
Not Used
27 B/U LAMP
Transaxle Range Switch to
Back
-
up Lamps
28 A/C CLU
A/C CLU Relay to A/C
Compressor Clutch Oil
29 RADIO
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
Usage
30 ALT SENSE
Generator
31 TCC
Automatic Transaxle (Torque
Converter Clutch Solenoids)
Stoplamp Switch to PCM
32 FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump Relay
33 ECM SENSE
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
34
Not Used
35 FOG LP
Fog Lamp Relay
36 HORN
Horn Relay
37 PARK LP
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Control Module, Headlamps and
Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
Theft
-
Deterrent Relay to Headlamps
38
Not Used
39 AIR
Not Used
Diodes
A/C
CLU DIODE
Air Conditioning Clutch Diode
40
Mini Fuse Puller