Pontiac Aztek - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Aztek - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

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Operation
Your
vehicle is equipped
I l l
(Personalized Automotive
Security System)
theft-deterrent system.
Ill
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.
Ill
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 nor
start and the
SECURITY
message 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
on
page
5-98.
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
who can service
the
I l l
to have
a
new
key
made.
It
is possible for the [email protected]
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decoder
to
learn
the
transponder value of a new
or
replacement
key.
Up
to
10
total 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 [email protected]
Ill
to
have keys made
and
programmed
to
the
system.
See
your dealer who can service [email protected]
Ill
to
get a
new key blank that is a cut exactly
as
the
ignition
key
that operates the system.
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The
main components of the instrument panel are the following:
A.
Side Outlets
B.
Instrument Panel Cluster
C. Hazard Warning Flasher
Switch
D. Head-Up Display Switch and Driver Information
E. Center Outlets
F.
Audio System
G. Side Outlets
H.
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
I .
ExteriorAnterior Lamp Switch
J.
Audk Steering
Wheel
Controls
K.
Hood Release
L. Parking Brake
Center
(DIC)
Controls
or DIC Controls
M.
Horn
N.
Ignition Switch
0.
Audio Steering Wheel Controls
P. Shift Lever
Q.
Accessory Power Outlet
R.
Rear Outlets
S.
Console/Cooler
T. Instrument Panel Fuse Block
U. Cupholders and Ashtray
V.
Instrument Panel Switchbank
'$4.
Cigarette Lighter
X.
Climate Controls
Y.
Glove Box
3-5
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 and the HUD
display 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
on
page
5-98.
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 you know to turn
it
off.
To
turn
off
the chime, turn
off
the signal.
Headlamp
High/Low-Beam
Changer
To change the headlamps from low
to
high, push the
turn signal lever away
from you and
release it.
To
change the
headlamps
from high
to
low,
pull
the
lever
toward you.
When
the
high
beams
are
on, this
light,
on
the
instrument panel
cluster
and the
HUD
display,
will
also
be on.
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If
the sun comes out or it becomes cloudy, you may
need
to adjust the HUD brightness again using
the dimmer knob. Polarized sunglasses could make the
HUD image harder to see.
Clean
the inside of the windshield as needed to remove
any dirt or film that reduces the sharpness or clarity
of the HUD image.
To
clean the HUD, spray household glass cleaner on a
soft, clean cloth. Wipe the HUD lens gently, then dry
it. Do not spray cleaner directly on the lens because the
cleaner could leak into the unit.
If the ignition is on and you can’t see the
HUD image,
check to see
if
one of the following has occurred:
Something is covering the HUD unit.
The HUD dimmer knob is adjusted properly.
The HUD image is adjusted to
the proper height.
Ambient light
(in
the direction your vehicle is facing)
is
low.
A
fuse is blown. See
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
on
page
5-98.
If you ever have to have your windshield replaced, be
sure to get one that is designed for the HUD or your
HUD image may
look
blurred and out
of focus.
Accessory
Power
Outlets
With accessory power outlets you can plug in electrical
equipment such as a cellular telephone
or
CB
radio.
There is a single front power
outlet
located
on
the
floor
console above the climate control system
outlets.
There is one rear power
outlet located in the
rear
of
the
vehicle on the driver’s side.
To
use the outlet, pull the
cover
down.
When
not using
it, cover the outlet with the protective
cap.
Notice:
When using an accessory power outlet,
maximum electrical load
must
not
exceed
20
amps.
Always turn
off
any
electrical
equipment
when
not in use.
Leaving
electrical
equipment on
for
extended
periods
will
drain
your
battery.
Certain electrical accessories
may
not
be
compatible to
the accessory power outlet and could result in blown
vehicle or adapter fuses.
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A.
UnderhoodFuseBlock
B.
Remote Positive
(+)
Terminal
C. Power
Steering Fluid Reservoir
D.
Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
E.
Brake Master Cylinder
F.
Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir
G.
Battery
H.
Radiator Pressure Cap
I.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
J.
Engine Oil Dipstick
K.
Engine
Air
CleanedFilter
L.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
Engine
Oil
LOW
ENG
OIL
LEVEL
If
the
low
engine oil level message appears on the
instrument cluster, it means
YOU
need to check your
engine oil level right away. For more information,
see
Low
Engine Oil Level Message
on
page
3-43.
You
should check your engine oil level regularly; this is
an added reminder.
5-1
3
Notice:
If the other
system
isn’t
a
12-volt
system
with
a
negative
ground,
both
vehicles
can be
damaged.
2.
Get
the
vehicles
close enough
so
the jumper cables
can reach,
but
be
sure the vehicles aren’t touching
each
other. If they
are, it could cause a ground
connection you don’t want. You wouldn’t be able to
start
your
vehicle,
and the
bad grounding could
damage
the
electrical systems.
To
avoid the possibility of the vehicles rolling, set
the parking brake firmly on both vehicles involved in
the jump starting procedure. Put an automatic
transaxle in PARK
(P)
or a manual transaxle
in
NEUTRAL
before setting the parking brake.
Notice:
If
you
leave
your
radio
on,
it
could
be badly
damaged.
The
repairs
wouldn’t be covered
by
your warranty.
3.
Turn
off
the ignition on both vehicles. Unplug
unnecessary
accessories plugged into the cigarette
lighter
or in the
accessory power outlet(s). Turn
off
the radios and all lamps tnat aren’t neeuea.
Tnis
will avoid sparks
and help save both batteries.
And
it could save
your radio!
4.
Open the hoods and locate the batteries. Find
the
positive
(+)
and negative
(-)
terminals on each
vehicle.
You
will
not need to access your battery for jump
starting. Your vehicle has a remote positive
(+)
jump starting terminal for
that purpose. The terminal
is located under a tethered cap
at the front
of
the
underhood fuse and relay center. See
Engine
Compartment Overview on
page
5-12
for more
information on location.
Flip the cap up to access the remote positive
(+)
terminal. You should always use the remote
positive
(+)
terminal instead of the positive
(+)
termini
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5-43
Inflating something too much can make
explode, and
you or others could be injured.
Be sure to read the inflator instructions, and
inflate any
object
only
to its recommended
To
use your
air inflator system, do
the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn the ignition
to
ACCESSORY or
ON.
Attach the appropriate nozzle adapter,
if
required,
to the end of the hose that has the pressure gage.
Attach that
end of the hose
to
the object you wish
to
inflate.
Remove the protective cap covering the outlet.
Attach the
other end of the hose
to
the outlet.
Press the accessory inflator switch. The light in the
switch will come on
to
show the system
is
working.
If the air inflator system
does
not turn on
or
the
light
does not come on,
the
fuse
may
be
blown
or installed
incorrectly. See
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
on
page
5-98
or see your
dealer
for
service.
Your air inflator will automatically
shut
off
after about
10
minutes. The light in
the
switch will blink. After
about
one minute you can use
the
system
again.
Press
the
inflator switch and the indicator light
will
come
on.
Notice:
Don’t run your air inflator for longer than
30
minutes
at one time.
If
you
do,
you
may
damage
the system.
After running the air inflator
for
30
minutes,
wait at least
10
minutes before restarting the
air
inflator.
To turn
off
the inflator, do
the
following:
1.
Press the switch 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 back on, 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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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
workingas 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 on page
1-67.
Headlamp Wiring
The headlamp wiring is protected by different fuses
located in the underhood fuse block. An electrical
overload may cause the lamps to go
off
and remain that
way.
If
this happens, replace the right fuse with one
of the same kind and amperage.
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, be sure to get
it
fixed.
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Power
Windows
and
Other Power
Options
Circuit breakers in the floor console fuse
block
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.
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 L-Band inside the
fuse.
If
the
L-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
floor
console fuse block and the
underhood
fuse
block.
Floor
Console
Fuse
Block
The floor console fuse
block is located
to
the right
of the shift lever.
The
fuses
marked
spare are available
if
a replacement
fuse
is
needed.
Pull
the
door
open
to
access the fuse block.
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Fuse
Usage
3
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Power Door Locks
4
Spare
5
Spare
6
Spare
7
Spare
8
SDare
9
Spare
10
TLim
Signal
and Hazard
Lamp
Flashers
5-99
Fuse
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12
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15
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17
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19
21
22
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24
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Usage
Power Seats
Rear Auxiliary Power Outlet
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Compressor Relay and Height
Sensor
Heated Mirrors
Power Mirrors
Ignition 1 Module
Turn Signal Switch and NSBU
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Switch
Rear Defoaaer
-
Air Bag Module
Canister Vent Solenoid and TCC
Switch
HVAC Blower Motor
HVAC Mode and Temperature
Motors and Head-Up Display
Not Used
Windshield Wipers and Washer
Instrument Panel Cluster, BCM,
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Park Lock Ignition Kev Solenoid
43
Accessory Diode
44
Body
Control
Module (BCM)
Relay
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Usage
1
20
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Rear
Defogger
Relay
23
IGN3
Relay
27
Accessory
Relay
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Underhood
Fuse
Block
Fuse
Usage
1
This
fuse
block
is
located
in the engine compartment,
on
top
of
the
windshield
washer fluid reservoir.
See
Engine
Compartment Overview on page
5-12
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The
fuses
marked
spare
are
available
if
a replacement
fuse is needed.
To
remove
the
cover,
press
the two tabs in and
lift Up
the
cover.
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Power
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Transaxle Solenoids
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Fuse
Usage
Main Battery Fuse for Ignition
Switch, Radio, Heads-Up Display,
48
Remote Keyless Entry
(RKE);
-
Instrument Cluster, Air Conditioning
and Bodv Computer
64
SDare
65
Spare
66
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Spare
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Circuit
Breaker
49
Spare
Usage
50
Horn
61
Cooling Fan
62
Cooling Fan
5-
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