Pontiac Grand Prix - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Grand Prix - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Changes
or modifications to this system by other than
an authorized service facility could void authorization to
use this equipment.
Ill
uses
a radio frequency transponder in
the
key that matches
a
decoder in your vehicle.
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Operation
Your
vehicle is equipped with [email protected]
Ill
(Personalized Automotive Security System)
theft-deterrent system.
Ill
is a passive
theft-deterrent system. This means
you
don’t
have to do
anything special to arm or disarm the system. It works
when
you insert or
remove the key from the ignition.
When
the
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 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
on
page 5-97.
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
Ill
to have
a
new key made. In
an
emergency, contact Pontiac Roadside Assistance.
See
Roadside Assistance Program
on
page 7-5
for
more information.
It is possible for the [email protected]
Ill
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 [email protected]
Ill
to have keys
made
and
programmed to the
system.
See your dealer or
a locksmith who can service
Ill
to get a
new key blank that is cut exactly
as
the ignition key that operates the system.
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Entering Programming Mode
To program features, your vehicle must
be in this
programming
mode. Follow these steps:
1.
Turn
the ignition key to LOCK
or
OFF.
2.
Remove the MALL
PGM
fuse from the instrument
panel fuse block.
See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
on page
5-97.
3.
Turn the ignition key to ACCESSORY.
4.
Count
the
number
of
chimes
you
hear. You will
hear up to four chimes, depending
on vehicle
content. See “Vehicle Personalization’’ listed
previously.
YOU can now
program your choices. After programming
a feature, you
can exit the programming
mode at
any time.
Delayed Illumination and Exit
Lighting
With delayed illumination, the interior lamps will stay on
for about
25
seconds after all doors 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
Illurnination
Only
-The interior lamps
will stay on
for
about
25
seconds after all
the
doors
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.
Before your vehicle was shipped from
the
factory, it was
programmed to Mode
4.
The
mode to which
your
vehicle was
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
2.
Turn the interior lamps
thumbwheel
all
the
way
to
Mode
on
page
2-44.
the right and then back slightly to the left.
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Mode
3:
Standard Arming and Disarming
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The
content theft-deterrent system will arm when
you
lock
the
doors using either power door lock
switch
while
any
door is open and the key is
removed
from the ignition.
The
content theft-deterrent system will arm when
you
lock the doors
with your remote keyless
entry
transmitter.
The key must be removed from
the ignition when
you lock the doors or the content
theft-deterrent system will not
arm.
The
content theft-deterrent system will disarm when
you
unlock
the
doors with the key
or the remote
keyless
entry
transmitter.
Before
your
vehicle
was shipped from the factory,
it
was
programmed to Mode
1.
The mode to
which your
vehicle
was
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
on
page
2-44.
2.
Insert
a
second
ignition 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.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7,
Do
not program this feature to Mode 2 without first
reading the note contained in the description for
that mode.
The
door key lock cylinder must remain
in
the unlock position during Steps
2
through
4.
Press
the
horn
symb~l
on
the remote
keyless
entry
transmitter.
Count the number of chimes you hear. The number
of chimes tells you which mode the 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.
Press the horn symbol on the remote keyless entry
transmitter again to change the current mode.
Repeat Step 5 until you hear the number
of
chimes
that matches the mode you want.
Remove the key from the door
key cylinder.
The mode you selected is now set.
Youcan either exit the
programming mode
by
following the instructions at the
end of this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle. See
“Exit Programming Mode” following.
Exiting Programming
Mode
To exit programming mode, turn the key from
ACCESSORY to
OFF
and put the MALL PGM fuse
back into the instrument panel fuse
block.
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The
main
components of the instrument panel are
the
following:
A.
Side
Window
Defogger Outlets
B.
Fog Lamps Switch
C. Turn SignaVMultifunction Lever
D.
Instrument Panel Cluster
E.
Hazard Warning Button
F.
Horn
G.
Trip
Computer
(If
Equipped) and/or Driver
Information
Center (DIC)
H. Instrument Panel Outlets
I.
Interior Lamps Control
J.
Exterior Lamps Control
K.
Tilt
Steering
Wheel Control
L. Audio Steering
Controls
(If
Equipped)
M.
Head Up Display (HUD)
Controls (Option)
N.
ClimateControls
0.
Ashtray and Cigarette Lighter
P. Audio System
Q.
Glove
Box
R.
Instrument Panel Fuse
Block
Hazard
Warning
Flashers
Your hazard warning flashers let you warn others. They
also let police know you have a problem. Your front
and rear turn signa!
!amps
will
flash
or!
and
off.
The hazard warning
flasher button is
located on top of the
steering column.
The hazard warning flashers work
no matter what
position your key is in, and even
if
the key isn’t in.
Press the button to make your front and rear turn signal
lamps flash on and
off.
Press the button again to turn
the flashers
off.
When the hazard warning flashers are on, your turn
signals and brake lamps won’t
work.
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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 then check the
fuse.
See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
on
page
5-97.
A
chime
will
sound
if
you leave the turn signal on
for more than
3/4 mile
(1.2
km).
Headlamp High/Low-Beam
Changer
To change the headlamps from low-beam to high-beam,
or high to low, pull the multifunction lever
all
the way
toward you.
Then release it.
When the high beams are
on, this light on the
instrument panel cluster
will appear. While the
high-beam
headlamps are
on, the fog lamps will
not illuminate.
If
your vehicle is equipped with the Head-Up-Display
(HUD),
an arrow will appear in the display area to
indicate that the high beams are
on.
See
Head-Up
Display
(HUD)
on
page
3-75
for more
information.
Flash-to-Pass
This feature lets you
use
the
high-beam
headlamps to
signal a driver in front of you
that
you
want to pass.
It works
even
if
your headlamps are in the
automatic
or
off
position.
To use
it, pull the turn signal lever toward you, then
release it.
If the headlamps are in
the
automatic position or
on
low-beam, the high-beam
headlamps will turn on
and
the
high-beam indicator on the instrument panel cluster
will come
on.
They will stay on
as long as
you hold the
lever toward you.
Release
the
lever to return to the
initial position.
If
your vehicle is equipped
with the Head-Up-Display
(HUD),
an arrow will appear in the
display
area
to
indicate that the high beams are on.
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If
You
Can’t
See the
HUD
Image
When
the Ignition
Is
On
Is
anything covering the HUD unit?
Is
the HUD dimmer setting bright enough?
Is
the HUD image adjusted to the proper height?
Still no HUD image? Check the fuse in the
instrument panel fuse
block. See
Fuses and
Circuit
Breakers
on
page
5-97.
If
the
HUD
Image
Is
Not
Clear
Is
the HUD image too bright?
Are the windshield and HUD lens clean?
The windshield is part of the HUD system.
If
you
ever
need a new windshield, be sure
to
get
one
designed
for
HUD.
If
you
don’t,
the HUD image may
look blurred
and out of
focus.
Accessory
Power
Outlets
Your
vehicle
has
a 12-volt outlet
which can be
used
to plug in electrical
equipment
such
as
a
cellular
telephone, a compact disc player, etc. It is located on
the passenger’s
side, near the
floor.
Remove
the
tethered
cap
to use
the
outlet.
When
not
using
the
outlet,
be
sure
to
cover it with
the
protective
cap.
The accessory power outlet
will
only
operate
while
the
ignition is
on and for
a
few
minutes
after
turning
the
ignition
off.
If
you
would
like
to
operate
an
accessory
for
an extended period of time,
see
your
dealer
for
more
information.
Notice:
When using an accessory power outlet,
maximum electrical load
must not exceed
amperage
rating.
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
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
plugs.
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Oil
Pressure
Light
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the ignition to
RUN.
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.
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If
you make a hard stop, the light may come on for
a
moment. This is normal.
If
you
have
a
problem
with
your oil pressure, this light
may
stay on after
you
start
your
engine, or come
on
when
you
are
driving.
This
indicates
that oil is not going through
your engine
quickly
enough
to
keep it lubricated. 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 in two
other
situations:
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While the ignition is on but the engine is not
running, the light
will
come on as a test to show you
it’s
working.
The
light will go out when you turn
.
Do keep
driving
if the oi
,
ressure
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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A. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir
B.
Battery
C.
Underhood Fuse Block
B.
Remote Positive
(+)
Battery Terminal
E.
Radiator Pressure Cap
F. Engine Coolant Recovery
Tank
G.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
(low in engine compartment,
below generator)
H.
Electric Engine Cooling Fan
I.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
J.
Engine Oil Dipstick
K.
Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
L.
Brake Fluid Reservoir
M.
Engine Air CleanedFilter
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A.
Windshield Washer Fluid
B. Battery
C. Remote Positive
(+)
Battery Terminal
D.
Underhood Fuse Block
E.
Radiator Fill Cap
F.
Engine
Coolant
Recovery
Tank
G.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
(low
in engine
compartment, below generator)
H.
Electric Engine Cooling Fan
I.
Engine Oil Dipstick
J.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
K.
Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
1.
Brake Fluid Reservoir
M.
Engine Air CleanedFilter
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A.
Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir
B. Battery
C. Underhood Fuse Block
D. Remote Positive
(+)
Battery Terminal
E. Radiator Pressure Cap
F.
Engine Coolant Recovery Tank
G.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
H.
Electric Cooling Fan
(low in engine compartment,
below generator)
I.
Engine Oil Dipstick
J.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
K.
Transaxle Fluid Dipstick
L. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir
M.
Engine Air CleanedFilter
Before closing the hood
of
your vehicle, be sure all the
filler caps are on properly. Then pull the
hood
down
and close it firmly.
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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 on
page
1-57.
Headlamp
Wiring
The
headlamp circuit is protected by individual fuses in
the
underhood
fuse
block.
An electrical overload will
cause
the
fuse to blow. If this happens,
have
your
headlamp
system
checked right away.
Windshield
Wiper
Fuses
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,
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.
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 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. See
Underhood Fuse Block
later in
this section.
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Instrument Panel
Fuse
Block
Some fuses are in a
fuse
block located inside of
the
glove box behind a small bin on the right
side.
To open,
pull the cover out.
The
fuse
block is inside. On the
back
edge of this
cover is a
fuse usage chart.
To
reinstall the
bin,
position
the
lower end
and turn
the
top into position.
Press
on
the
sides until it snaps
into place.
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Circuit
Usage
Breakers
HEADLAMP
Headlamps
SEAT
Power
Seat,
Power
Lumbar
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PWR
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Power
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