Pontiac Firebird - 2002 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Firebird - 2002 Fuse Box Diagram

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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 a maximum of
four transmitters matched to it.
Have each transmitter you intend to match ready for
the next steps. To match transmitters to your vehicle,
do the following:
1.
Turn the ignition key to RUN, then to OFF.
This will disarm the content theft
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deterrent/alarm
system (if equipped).
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. See “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers” in the Index.
3.
Turn the ignition key from 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 the vehicle. Leave the ignition
in RUN.
4.
Press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons
on the first transmitter for 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
the buttons.
If the transmitters don’t work, or if you’d rather not
match the transmitters yourself, see your dealer.
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Entering Programming Mode
To program any feature, 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/alarm 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 toward you to ACCESSORY.
6.
Count the number of chimes you hear. You will
hear one or two 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 “Leaving Programming Mode” later in
this section.
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
come on and stay on for up to 25 seconds when
entering your vehicle and up to five seconds when
leaving your vehicle.
Programmable Modes
Mode 1:
Both Off
Mode 2:
Delayed Illumination Only
Mode 3:
Exit Lighting Only
Mode 4:
Both On
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Before your vehicle was shipped from the factory, it was
programmed in Mode 4. 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.
Turn the parking lamps on and off.
2.
Count the number of chimes you hear. The number
of chimes tells you which mode your vehicle is set
for. (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.)
3.
Turn the parking lamps on and off, again, until you
hear the number of chimes that corresponds to the
mode selection you want.
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
When programming is complete, turn the ignition to
OFF and reinstall the RADIO fuse.
PASS
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Key
R
II
Your vehicle is equipped
with the PASS
-
Key II
(Personalized Automotive
Security System)
theft
-
deterrent system.
PASS
-
Key II is a passive
theft
-
deterrent system.
It works when you insert
or remove the key from
the ignition.
PASS
-
Key II uses a resistor pellet in the ignition key
that matches a decoder in your vehicle.
When the PASS
-
Key II 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 work and 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.
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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. The SECURITY light may remain on during this
time. 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 II.
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 II to have a new key made.
If you’re ever driving and the SECURITY light
comes on and stays on, you will be able to restart your
engine if you turn it off. Your PASS
-
Key II system,
however, is not working properly and must be serviced
by your dealer. Your vehicle is not protected by the
PASS
-
Key II system.
If you lose or damage a PASS
-
Key II ignition key, see
your dealer or a locksmith who can service PASS
-
Key II
to have a new key made. In an emergency, call the
Pontiac Roadside Assistance Center. See “Roadside
Assistance” in the Index for more information.
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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.
CAUTION:
Plugging the cord 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.
4.
Before starting the engine, be sure to unplug and
store the cord as it was before to keep it away
from moving engine parts. If you don’t, it could
be damaged.
How long should you keep the coolant heater
plugged in? The answer depends on the outside
temperature, the kind of oil you have, and some
other things. Instead of trying to list everything here,
we ask that you contact your dealer in the area where
you’ll be parking your vehicle. The dealer can give you
the best advice for that particular area.
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Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
The lever on the left side of the steering column
includes the following:
D
Turn and Lane
-
Change Signals
D
Headlamp High/Low
-
Beam Changer
D
Windshield Wipers
D
Windshield Washer
D
Cruise Control
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
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 arrows don’t
flash but just stay on as you signal a turn or lane change,
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
Breakers” in the Index).
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Ashtray and Cigarette Lighter
Lift up the cover to open the ashtray. To remove it, lift
up on either side of the ashtray. If you have an automatic
transmission, the ashtray is near the front of the console.
If you have a manual transmission, the ashtray is in front
of the cupholder.
NOTICE:
Don’t put papers and other things that burn
into your ashtray. If you do, cigarettes or
other smoking materials could set them on fire,
causing damage.
To use the lighter, push it in all the way and let go.
When it’s ready, it will pop back out by itself.
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.
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Sun Visors
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.
Accessory Power Outlet
The accessory power outlet can be used to connect
electrical equipment such as a cellular phone or a
CB radio.
The accessory power outlet is located behind a closed
cover in front of the parking brake on the console.
NOTICE:
When using the accessory power outlet:
D
The maximum load of any electrical
equipment should not exceed 3 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 electrical accessories may not be compatible
with 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 outlet.
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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
-
Equipped Vehicle” in the Index.
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 or ice, 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.
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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 in the wiring itself. This greatly
reduces the chance of fire caused by electrical problems.
There are three fuse centers on your vehicle.
The instrument panel fuse block is located behind a
cover on the instrument panel on the driver’s side of
the vehicle.
The other two are located in the engine compartment
on the driver’s side of the vehicle. Open the cover on
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 of the correct value.
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.
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Instrument Panel Fuse Block
Fuse
Usage
STOP/HAZARD
Hazard Flashers,
Brake Switch Assembly
TURN B/U
Traction Control Switch,
Back/Up Lamp Switch,
Turn Flasher, Daytime Running
Lamps (DRL) Module
Fuse
Usage
STG
WHEEL CNTRL
Steering Wheel Controls
RADIO ACCY
Delco Monsoon Radio Amplifier,
Power Antenna, Remote CD
Player (Hatch)
TAIL LPS
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Module, Headlamp Switch
HVAC
HVAC Selector Switch,
Rear Defogger Switch/Timer
PWR ACCY
Parking Lamp Relay, Hatch
Release Relay, Power Mirror
Switch, Radio, Shock Sensor,
Instrument Cluster
COURTESY
Body Control Module (BCM)
GAUGES
Body Control Module (BCM),
Brake
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Transmission Shift
Interlock (BTSI), Instrument
Panel Cluster, Daytime Running
Lamps (DRL) Module
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Fuse
Usage
AIR BAG
Air Bag
CIG/ACCY
Cigarette Lighter, Data Link
Connector (DLC), Auxiliary
Accessory Wire
DEFOG/SEATS
Rear Defogger Switch/Timer,
Rear Defogger Timer/Relay,
Power Seats
IGN
Aftermarket Use Only
STG
WHEEL CNTRL
Steering Wheel Controls
WIPER/WASH
Wiper Motor Assembly,
Wiper/Washer Switch
BATT
Aftermarket Use Only
WINDOWS
Power Windows Switch
(Right
-
Hand, Left
-
Hand),
Express
-
Down Module,
Convertible Top Switch
Fuse
Usage
IP DIMMER
Door Illumination Lamp
(Right
-
Hand, Left
-
Hand),
Headlamp Switch, Fog Lamp
Switch, Instrument Cluster,
HVAC Control Assembly,
PRNDL Illumination Lamp,
Ashtray Lamp, Radio, Rear
Window Defogger Switch/Timer,
Traction Control Switch (TCS),
Convertible Top Switch
ACCY
Aftermarket Use Only
RADIO
Body Control Module (BCM),
Radio, Amplifier, Steering Wheel
Controls
-
Radio
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Engine Compartment Fuse Block
Fuse and Relay Center 1
Fuse
Usage
ABS BAT SOL
Anti
-
Lock Brake System
TCS BAT
Traction Control System
COOL FAN
Cooling Fan Control
PCM BAT
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump
Fuse
Usage
AIR PUMP
A.I.R. Pump Relay and
Bleed Valve
LH HDLP DR
Left Headlamp Door Module
RH HDLP DR
Right Headlamp Door Module
HORN
Horn Relay
ABS BAT
-
1
Anti
-
Lock Brake System Module
H/L DR HORN
Horn and Headlamp Doors
ABS BAT
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2
Anti
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Lock Brake and Traction
Control System
COOL FAN
Cooling Fan Relays
Relay
Description
FOG LAMP
Fog Lamps
HORN
Horn
FAN #3
Cooling Fans
FAN #2
Cooling Fans
FAN #1
Cooling Fans
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Fuse and Relay Center 2
Fuse
Usage
INJ
-
2
Fuel Injectors (Not used for V6)
(LH Injectors for V8 and
Ignition Module)
INJ
-
1
Fuel Injectors (All for V6)
(RH Injectors for V8 and
Ignition Module)
Fuse
Usage
ENG SEN
Mass Air Flow Sensor, Heated
Oxygen Sensor, Skip Shift Solenoid
(V8 Only), Reverse Lockout
Solenoid, Brake Switch
STRTR
Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
Clutch Pedal Switch
ABS IGN
Anti
-
Lock Brake System Module
PCM IGN
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
ETC
Electronic Throttle Control (V6 Only)
ENG CTRL
Ignition Module (V6 Only),
Automatic Transmission,
Charcoal Canister Purge Solenoid
A/C CRUISE
Air Conditioning Compressor
Relay, Cruise Control Switches
and Module
ENG CTRL
Engine Controls, Fuel Pump,
Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
A.I.R. Pump and Cooling Fans