Pontiac Montana - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Pontiac Montana - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

These are some examples of symbols you may find on your vehicle:
v
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 PASS
KEY fuse. 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
on page 5-107
.
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.
Canadian Owners:
If you lose or damage your keys,
only a GM dealer can service PASS-Key
®
III to
have new keys made. To program additional keys you
will need two current driver’s keys, black in color.
You must add a step to the following procedure. After
Step 3, repeat Steps 1 through 3 with the second current
driver’s key. Then continue with Step 4.
To program the new key, do the following:
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.
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Vehicle Personalization
Your vehicle’s locks and lighting systems can be programmed with several different features. The features you can
program depend on the options that came with your vehicle. The following chart shows the features that can be
programmed. To determine which features your vehicle is equipped with, follow the steps listed for entering the
programming mode.
Feature
Number of
chimes
sounded
Delayed
Illumination/
Exit
Lighting
Automatic
Door Locks
Last Door
Closed
Locking/
Lockout
Deterrent
Remote
Driver’s
Door
Unlock
Control
Remote
Lock/Unlock
Confirmation
Content
Theft
Content
Theft
Arming/
Disarming
2
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Entering Programming Mode
To program features, your vehicle must be in the
programming mode. Follow these steps:
1. The content theft-deterrent system must be
disarmed. See
Content Theft-Deterrent on
page 2-27
.
2. Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the instrument
panel fuse block, located to the right of the glove
box. See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers on page 5-107
.
3. Close the driver’s door.
4. Turn the ignition key 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 on page 2-68
.
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Mode 3:
Standard Arming and Disarming
The system will arm when you lock the doors using
either power door lock switch while any door or the
liftgate is open and the key is removed from the
ignition.
The system will arm when you lock the doors with
your key or remote keyless entry transmitter and
the key is removed from the ignition.
The system will disarm when you unlock the doors
with your key or remote keyless entry transmitter.
Your vehicle was originally programmed to Mode 1. The
mode may have been changed since then. To determine
the current mode, or to change the mode, do the
following:
1. Follow the instructions for
Entering Programming
Mode on page 2-60
.
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 button with 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 panic button to change the current mode.
6. Press the panic button 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 the BCM PRGRM fuse
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.
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The main components of the instrument panel are the
following:
A. Side Outlets. See
Outlet Adjustment on page 3-29
.
B. Front Outlets. See
Outlet Adjustment on page 3-29
.
C. Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever. See
Turn
Signal/Multifunction Lever on page 3-7
.
D. Hazard Warning Flasher Switch. See
Hazard
Warning Flashers on page 3-6
.
E. Instrument Panel Cluster. See
Instrument Panel
Cluster on page 3-37
.
F. Center Outlets. See
Outlet Adjustment on page 3-29
.
G. Audio System. See
Audio System(s) on page 3-59
.
H. Side Outlets. See
Outlet Adjustment on page 3-29
.
I. Exterior Lamps Control. See
Exterior Lamps on
page 3-14
.
J. Hood Release. See
Hood Release on page 5-11
.
K. Audio Steering Wheel Controls. See
Audio Steering
Wheel Controls on page 3-111
.
L. Horn. See
Horn on page 3-7
.
M. Ignition Switch. See
Ignition Positions on page 2-32
.
N. Audio Steering Wheel Controls. See
Audio Steering
Wheel Controls on page 3-111
.
O. Climate Controls. See
Climate Control System on
page 3-26
.
P. Rear Fan Controls. See
Rear Climate Control
System (Without Entertainment System) on
page 3-30
or
Rear Climate Control System (With
Entertainment System) on page 3-32
.
Q. Cupholder Tray. See
Cupholder(s) on page 2-52
.
R. Accessory Power Outlet. See
Accessory Power
Outlets on page 3-25
.
S. Instrument Panel Switchbank. See
Instrument Panel
Switchbank on page 3-21
.
T. Glove Box. See
Glove Box on page 2-52
.
U. Front Outlets. See
Outlet Adjustment on page 3-29
.
V. Instrument Panel Fuse Block. See
Fuses and
Circuit Breakers on page 5-107
.
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Accessory Power Outlets
With accessory power outlets you can plug in electrical
equipment such as a cellular telephone or CB radio.
The front accessory power outlet is located below
the cupholder drawer.
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 next to the air
inflator system.
To remove the cover, pull the tab on the cover and pull
it off. To put the cover back on, 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:
Leaving electrical equipment on for
extended periods will drain the battery. Always turn
off electrical equipment when not in use and do
not plug in equipment that exceeds the maximum
amperage rating.
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 accessory power outlets.
Notice:
Adding any electrical equipment to your
vehicle may damage it or keep other components
from working as they should. The repairs would not
be covered by your warranty. Check with your
dealer before adding electrical equipment.
When adding electrical equipment, be sure to follow the
proper installation instructions included with the
equipment.
Notice:
Improper use of the power outlet can cause
damage not covered by your warranty. Do not
hang any type of accessory or accessory bracket
from the plug because the power outlets are
designed for accessory power plugs only.
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A. Underhood Fuse Block. See
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers on page 5-107
.
B. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 5-42
.
C. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See
Windshield
Washer Fluid on page 5-36
.
D. Radiator Pressure Cap. See
Radiator Pressure Cap
on page 5-25
.
E. Power Steering Fluid Reservoir. See
Power Steering
Fluid on page 5-35
.
F. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See
Engine Oil on page 5-13
.
G. Engine Oil Dipstick. See
Engine Oil on page 5-13
.
H. Transaxle Fluid Dipstick. See
Automatic Transaxle
Fluid on page 5-19
.
I. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir. See
Brakes on
page 5-38
.
J. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-18
.
K. Coolant Recovery Tank. See
Cooling System on
page 5-28
.
Engine Oil
Checking Engine Oil
It is a good idea to check your engine oil every time you
get fuel. In order to get an accurate reading, the oil
must be warm and the vehicle must be on level ground.
The engine oil dipstick handle is a yellow loop. See
Engine Compartment Overview on page 5-12
for
the location of the engine oil dipstick.
Turn off the engine and give the oil several minutes to
drain back into the oil pan. If you don’t, the oil
dipstick might not show the actual level.
Pull out the dipstick and clean it with a paper towel or
cloth, then push it back in all the way. Remove it again,
keeping the tip down, and check the level.
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Notice:
If you leave your radio or other accessories
on during the jump starting procedure, they could
be damaged. The repairs would not be covered
by your warranty. Always turn off your radio and
other accessories when jump starting your vehicle.
3. Turn off the ignition on both vehicles. Unplug
unnecessary accessories plugged into the cigarette
lighter or in the accessory power outlet. Turn off
the radio and all lamps that aren’t needed. This 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 (
) terminal locations 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 block. See
Engine
Compartment Overview on
page 5-12
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.
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CAUTION:
An electric fan can start up even when the
engine is not running and can injure you. Keep
hands, clothing and tools away from any
underhood electric fan.
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If the accessory 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 5-107
or see your dealer for service.
Your accessory 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 switch and the indicator light will come on.
Notice:
If you run the accessory inflator longer than
30 minutes at a time, you could damage the
inflator. The repairs would not be covered by your
warranty. Run the inflator for short periods of
time only.
After running the accessory inflator for 30 minutes, wait
at least 10 minutes before restarting the accessory
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 cap back on, line up the tabs at the back of
the cover and put it in place. Push down the tab to
secure the cap.
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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.
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.
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 do not have
a spare fuse, you can borrow one that has the same
amperage or use one of the spare fuses in the
underhood fuse block. 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 block.
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Instrument Panel Fuse Block
The instrument panel fuse
block is located to the right
of the glove box on the
end of the instrument
panel.
Pull the door open to access the instrument panel
fuse block.
Fuse
Usage
SWC
BACKLIGHT
Steering Wheel Radio Control
Switches (Illumination)
PCM/PASS
KEY/CLUSTER
Instrument Cluster to PRNDL
Indicators
PWR MIRROR
Power Remote Control Mirror Switch
CRUISE
Cruise Control Module, Switch and
Release Switch
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Fuse
Usage
Blank
Not Used
PCM/CRANK
Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
Ignition Crank
PASS KEY
PASS-Key
®
III System
PWR LOCK
Power Door Locks
HTD MIRROR
Heated Mirrors
RH T/LP
Not Used
RR FOG LP
Not Used
CIGAR/DIC/APO
FRT
Cigarette Lighter, DIC, Front
Auxiliary Power Outlets, Data Link
T/SIG
Turn Signal Switch
PWR QTR
VENT
Interior Lamp and Multifunction
Switch (Power Vent Switch), Auto
Level
FRT/WPR/
WSHR
Windshield Wiper/Washer Motor and
Switch
HAZARD
Hazard Switch
RR PWR SCKT
Rear Electric Accessory Plug
Housing
DRL
Daytime Running Lamp Control
Module
Fuse
Usage
LH T/LP
Not Used
RR
DEFOG/HTD
MIRROR
Rear Window Defogger Relay,
Heated Mirrors
ON STAR
OnStar
®
SIR
Inflatable Restraint Control Module
HVAC
BLOWER
Heater-A/C Control
MALL
CLUSTER
Instrument Cluster, Body Control
Module, Electronic Level Control
(ELC) Sensor and Relay, Theft,
Door Ajar
STOP LAMP
Stoplamp Switch
CLUSTER
BATT
Module/Electronic Brake Control
Module/Electronic Brake Traction
Control Module (EBCM/EBTCM)
ENHANCED
EVAP/AWD
Evaporative Emissions (EVAP)
Canister Vent Solenoid Valve,
All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
Blank
Not Used
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Fuse
Usage
ELC/TRAILER
ELC Air Compressor and ELC
Height Sensor, Trailer Harness
CTSY LAMP
Courtesy Lamp
IGN 1
BCM, Electronic Brake Control
Indicator Lamp Driver Module,
Instrument Panel Cluster, Rear Side
Door Actuator Control Module, Rear
Windows, Rear Parking Aid
RR HVAC
TEMP CONT
Rear HVAC-A/C Control
RR
WPR/WSHR
Rear Window Wiper Motor, Rear
Window Wiper/Washer and
Multifunction Switch (Rear Window
Wiper/Washer Switch)
LH HEADLP
LOW
Not Used
LH HEADLP
HIGH
Not Used
Blank
Not Used
Blank
Not Used
Blank
Not Used
RAP RELAY
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
Relay
Blank
Not Used
Fuse
Usage
HVAC/DIC/
DRL/HEATED
SEAT
Air Inlet Actuator, DIC Display, DRL
Control Module, Heater-A/C Control,
Temperature Door Actuator (Front)
and Rear Window Defogger Relay
BCM PRGRAM
BCM Programming
RH HEAD LP
LOW
Not Used
RH HEAD LP
HIGH
Not Used
PCM/ABS
IGN MAIN Relay and PCM,
Electronic Brake Control Module
Circuit Breaker
Usage
HEADLAMP
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Control Module, Headlamp and
Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
PWR SLD DR
Power Sliding Door
PWR WDO
Front Power Windows
PWR/HEATED
SEAT PSD
Six-Way Power Seats and Rear
Side Door Actuator Motor
FRT HVAC HI
BLWR
Blower Motor Hi Speed Relay
Module
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Underhood Fuse Block
This fuse block is located
in the engine compartment,
in front of the windshield
washer fluid reservoir. See
Engine Compartment
Overview on page 5-12
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.
When finished, to put the cover back on, turn the knob
clockwise to tighten it. Make sure that the remote
positive (+) terminal cover is on correctly.
Fuse
Usage
1
Coolant Fans
2
Not Used
3
Circuit Breakers: Front Comfort
Controls Hi Blower, and Headlamp
Fuses (Instrument Panel): Hazard
and Stoplamp, PASS-Key
®
4
Circuit Breaker: Power Seat and
Power Sliding Door. Fuses
(Instrument Panel): Electronic Level
Control and Rear Defogger, Trailer,
Fog Lamps
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Fuse
Usage
5
Ignition Switch to Fuses (Instrument
Panel): ABS/TCS Ignition, Cruise,
DRL, Electronic PRNDL, Ignition 1,
AWD, PSD, Air Bag, Turn Signal
and Powertrain Control Module [IGN
MAIN Relay (Underhood Fuse
Block: A/C Clutch, Electronic
Ignition, Ignition 1-U/H, INJ, TCC)]
6
Coolant Fans
7
Fuses (Instrument Panel): ABS
Module Battery, Cigarette Lighter,
Courtesy Lamps, Front Power
Socket, Power Locks, Power Mirrors
and Right Rear Power Socket,
OnStar, RAP
8
Ignition Switch to Fuses (I/P): Body
Control Module Program, Front
Comfort Controls Low/Medium
Blower, Front Wiper/Washer,
HVAC/DRL, MALL/Radio/DIC,
Power Quarter Vent, Rear HVAC,
Rear Wiper/Washer. SWC
Accessory and Power Window
Circuit Breaker, RAP
Fuse
Usage
18
Fuel Injectors 1–6
19
Not Used
20
Not Used
21
Evaporative Emissions (EVAP)
Canister Purge Valve, Heated
Oxygen Sensors 1 and 2, Mass Air
Flow (MAF) Sensor
22
Not Used
23
Not Used
24
Not Used
25
Ignition Control Module (ICM)
26
Not Used
27
Transaxle Range Switch to Back-up
Lamps
28
A/C Clutch Relay to A/C
Compressor Clutch Oil
29
Driver Information Display, Heater
A/C Control, Radio, Rear (LH and
RH) Side Door Actuator Control
Motor, Remote Control Door Lock
Receiver (RCDLR), Security
Indicator Lamp and Theft-Deterrent
Shock Sensor
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Fuse
Usage
30
Generator
31
Automatic Transaxle (Torque
Converter Clutch Solenoids)
Stoplamp Switch to Powertrain
Control Module
32
Fuel Pump Relay
33
Powertrain Control Module
34
Not Used
35
Fog Lamp Relay
36
Horn Relay
37
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
Control Module, Headlamps and
Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
Theft-Deterrent Relay to Headlamps
38
Not Used
39
AIR
40
Mini Fuse Puller
§
Air Conditioning Clutch Diode
Relay
Usage
9
Right Fan 1, Left Fan 2
10
Left Fan 2
11
Fuses: A/C Clutch, Ignition 1-U/H,
Electronic Ignition, TCC, Injectors
12
Right Fan 1, Left Fan 2
13
A/C Clutch
14
Fuel Pump
15
Not Used
16
Horn
17
Left Fog Lamp, Right Fog Lamp,
Fog Lamp Indicator
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