Saturn VUE - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Saturn VUE - 2005 Fuse Box Diagram

Index
A good place to quickly locate information about the
vehicle is the Index in the back of the manual. It is an
alphabetical list of what is in the manual and the
page number where it can be found.
Safety Warnings and Symbols
There are a number of safety cautions in this book. We
use a box and the word CAUTION to tell about things
that could hurt you if you were to ignore the warning.
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CAUTION:
These mean there is something that could hurt
you or other people.
In the caution area, we tell you what the hazard is.
Then we tell you what to do to help avoid or reduce the
hazard. Please read these cautions. If you do not,
you or others could be hurt.
You will also find a circle
with a slash through it in
this book. This safety
symbol means “Do Not,”
“Do Not do this” or “Do Not
let this happen.”
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These are some examples of symbols that may be found on the vehicle:
v
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
The lever on the left side of the steering column
includes the following:
G
Turn and Lane-Change Signals. See
Turn and
Lane-Change Signals on page 3-7
.
5
Headlamps. See
Headlamps on page 3-13
.
3
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer. See
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer on page 3-8
.
Flash-to-Pass Feature. See
Flash-to-Pass on
page 3-8
.
Turn and Lane-Change Signals
The turn signal has one upward (for right) and one
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, raise or lower the lever until
the arrow starts to flash. Hold it there until you complete
the lane change. The lever will return by itself when
you release it.
As you signal a turn or a lane change, if the arrows
flash rapidly, 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 do not go on at all when you
signal a turn, check the fuse, see
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers on page 5-93
and for burned-out bulbs.
Base Level Shown
3-7
Your vehicle will not pass this inspection if the OBD
(on-board diagnostic) system determines that critical
emission control systems have not been completely
diagnosed by the system. The vehicle would be
considered not ready for inspection. This can happen if
you have recently replaced your battery or if your
battery has run down. The diagnostic system is
designed to evaluate critical emission control systems
during normal driving. This may take several days
of routine driving. If you have done this and your vehicle
still does not pass the inspection for lack of OBD
system readiness, your retailer can prepare the vehicle
for inspection.
Oil Pressure Light
If you have a low engine
oil pressure problem, this
light will stay on after
you start your engine, or
come on when you
are driving. This indicates
that your engine is not
receiving enough oil.
The engine could be low on oil, or could have some
other oil problem. Have it fixed immediately.
The oil light may also come on when the ignition is on
but the engine is not running, the light will come on as a
test to show you it is working, but the light will go out
when you turn the ignition to START. 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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CAUTION:
Do not keep driving if the oil pressure 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:
Lack of proper engine oil maintenance may
damage the engine. The repairs would not be
covered by your warranty. Always follow the
maintenance schedule in this manual for changing
engine oil.
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Finding a Station
AM FM:
Press this button to switch between FM1,
FM2, or AM. The display will show the selection.
R
TUNE
Q
:
Press either arrow to select radio
stations.
R
SEEK
Q
:
Press and hold the up or the down
arrow to go to the next or to the previous station and
stay there.
The radio will only seek stations with a strong signal
that are in the selected band.
SCN (Scan):
Press this button to scan stations. The
radio will go to a station, play for a few seconds, then go
on to the next station. Press this button again to stop
scanning.
The radio will only scan stations with a strong signal
that are in the selected band.
Setting Preset Stations
Up to 18 stations (six FM1, six FM2, and six AM) can be
programmed on the six numbered pushbuttons, by
performing the following steps:
1. Turn the radio on.
2. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM.
3. Tune in the desired station.
4. Press and hold one of the six numbered
pushbuttons until you hear a beep. Whenever that
numbered pushbutton is pressed, the station
that was set will return.
5. Repeat the steps for each pushbutton.
If the battery has been disconnected or a radio fuse has
been removed, the preset stations and time of day
will need to be reset.
Using Automatic Set
Use this feature to automatically save the radio preset
pushbuttons with the stations with the strongest
radio signals.
A.SET (Automatic Set):
Press the AM FM button to
have the radio automatically select the first 12 strongest
radio stations for FM and the six strongest radio
stations for AM.
To select the stations, perform the following:
1. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM.
2. Press and hold AM FM until you hear a beep.
The radio will begin to search the current band.
The radio will store the stations, starting from the
lowest frequency, to each preset pushbutton. A.SET
will appear on the display when the radio is
finished storing the stations.
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Finding a Station
AM FM:
Press this button to switch between FM1,
FM2, or AM. The display will show the selection.
R
TUNE
Q
:
Press the up or down arrow to select
radio stations.
R
SEEK
Q
:
Press and hold the up or the down
arrow to go to the next or to the previous station and
stay there.
The radio will only seek stations with a strong signal
that are in the selected band.
SCN (Scan):
Press this button to scan stations. The
radio will go to a station, play for a few seconds, then go
on to the next station. Press this button again to stop
scanning.
The radio will only scan stations with a strong signal
that are in the selected band.
Setting Preset Stations
Up to 18 stations (six FM1, six FM2, and six AM), can
be programmed on the six numbered pushbuttons,
by performing the following steps:
1. Turn the radio on.
2. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM.
3. Tune in the desired station.
4. Press and hold one of the six numbered
pushbuttons until you hear a beep. Whenever that
numbered pushbutton is pressed, the station
that was set will return.
5. Repeat the steps for each pushbutton.
If the battery has been disconnected or a radio fuse has
been removed, the preset stations and time of day
will need to be reset.
Using Automatic Set
A.SET (Automatic Set):
Press the AM FM button to
have the radio automatically select the first 12 strongest
radio stations for FM and the six strongest radio
stations for AM.
To select the stations, perform the following:
1. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM.
2. Press and hold AM FM until you hear a beep.
The radio will begin to search the current band.
The radio will store the stations, starting from the
lowest frequency, to each preset pushbutton. A.SET
will appear on the display when the radio is
finished storing the stations.
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Setting Preset Stations
Up to 30 stations (six FM1, six FM2, and six AM,
six XM1 and six XM2 (if equipped), can be programmed
on the six numbered pushbuttons, by performing the
following steps:
1. Turn the radio on.
2. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM. Press
the AUX button to select XM1 or XM2.
3. Tune in the desired station.
4. Press the right or left AUTO EQ button to select the
equalization.
5. Press and hold one of the six numbered
pushbuttons. Preset X Stored will appear on the
display and you will hear a beep. Whenever
that numbered pushbutton is pressed, the station
that was set will return and the equalization that was
selected will be stored for that pushbutton. If the
equalization of a preset is changed while listening to
that station, the radio will save the new equalization.
6. Repeat the steps for each pushbutton.
If the battery has been disconnected or a radio fuse has
been removed, the preset stations and time of day
may need to be reset.
Using Automatic Set
A.SET (Automatic Set):
Press and hold the AM FM
button to have the radio automatically select the first
12 strongest radio stations for FM and the six strongest
radio stations for AM.
To select the stations, perform the following:
1. Press AM FM to select FM1, FM2, or AM.
2. Press and hold AM FM until you hear a beep.
The radio will begin to search the current band.
The radio will store the stations, starting from the
lowest frequency, to each preset pushbutton. A.SET
will appear on the display when the radio is
finished storing the stations.
Cancelling Automatic Set
The radio retains the previously stored stations so they
can be recalled when automatic set is canceled.
Press and hold AM FM until you hear a beep. A.SET
will no longer appear on the display.
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To tow your vehicle from the front with all four wheels
on the ground, do the following:
1. Position and attach the vehicle to tow it behind the
recreational vehicle.
2. Turn the ignition key to ACC.
3. Turn fog lamps and all accessories off.
4. If your vehicle has the manual transaxle, shift your
transaxle to NEUTRAL and let the engine run for
three minutes, then turn it off.
If your vehicle has the five-speed automatic
transaxle, shift your transaxle from AUTOMATIC
OVERDRIVE (D) to NEUTRAL (N) and let the
engine run for three minutes. Then turn it off.
Notice:
Towing your vehicle after shifting the
automatic transaxle (four-speed or five-speed) from
anything other than AUTOMATIC OVERDRIVE (D)
to NEUTRAL (N) can cause internal damage to
the automatic transaxle. Always shift the automatic
transaxle (four-speed or five-speed) from
AUTOMATIC OVERDRIVE (D) to NEUTRAL (N) as the
last shift before towing.
5. Locate and remove the large IGN fuse from the
underhood fuse block. See
Underhood Fuse
Block on page 5-96
.
Notice:
If you tow your vehicle without performing
each of the steps listed under “Dinghy Towing,”
you could damage the automatic transaxle. Be sure
to follow all steps of the dinghy towing procedure
prior to and after towing your vehicle.
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Notice:
If your vehicle has a four-speed automatic
transaxle, it can be dinghy towed from the front
for unlimited miles at 65 mph (105 km/h). If you
exceed 65 mph (105 km/h) while towing your vehicle,
it could be damaged. The repairs would not be
covered by your warranty. Never exceed 65 mph
(105 km/h) while towing your vehicle.
Notice:
If your vehicle has a five-speed automatic
transaxle and it is towed for more than eight
hours per day or at speeds greater than 65 mph
(105 km/h), you could damage the automatic
transaxle. The repairs would not be covered by your
warranty. Do not tow your vehicle for extended
periods of time or at speeds greater than 65 mph
(105 km/h).
After eight hours of towing, repeat Step 4 above for
five-speed automatic transaxle.
Once you have reached your destination, do the
following:
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Shift the transaxle to FIRST (1) for manual
transaxle.
3. Turn the ignition key to LOCK and remove the key
from the ignition.
4. Reinstall the large IGN fuse.
Notice:
Too much or too little fluid can damage the
transaxle. Be sure that the transaxle fluid is at the
proper level before towing with all four wheels
on the ground.
Notice:
Don’t tow a vehicle with the front drive
wheels on the ground if one of the front tires is a
compact spare tire. Towing with two different
tire sizes on the front of the vehicle can cause
severe damage to the transaxle.
Dolly Towing (All-Wheel-Drive Vehicles)
All-wheel-drive vehicles should not be towed with two
wheels on the ground. To properly tow these vehicles,
they should be placed on a platform trailer with all
four wheels off of the ground.
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Maintenance When Trailer Towing
Your vehicle will need service more often when you’re
pulling a trailer. See
Scheduled Maintenance on
page 6-4
for more information. Things that are especially
important in trailer operation are automatic transaxle
fluid (don’t overfill), engine oil, axle lubricant, drive belt,
cooling system and brake system. Each of these is
covered in this manual, and the Index will help you find
them quickly. If you’re trailering, it’s a good idea to
review this information before you start your trip.
Check periodically to see that all hitch nuts and bolts
are tight.
Engine Cooling When Trailer Towing
Your cooling system may temporarily overheat during
severe operating conditions. See
Engine Overheating on
page 5-29
.
Changing a Tire When Trailer Towing
If you get a flat tire while towing a trailer, be sure
to secure the trailer and disconnect it from the vehicle
before changing the tire.
Trailer Wiring
Additional wire length has been provided for connecting
trailer wiring to your vehicle. A loop of five wires is
stored below the jack, which is located on the driver’s
side of the cargo area. The wires are fused in both
the underhood and instrument fuse block. See
Instrument Panel Fuse Block on page 5-94
and
Underhood Fuse Block on page 5-96
.
The wires do not have a connector and should be wired
to the trailer by a qualified electrical technician. The
technician can use the following information when
connecting a trailer wiring harness to your vehicle.
Yellow: Left Turn Signal
Brown: Parking Lamps
Light Blue: Stop Lamps
Black: Ground Wire
Dark Green: Right Turn Signal
When connecting a trailer harness, be sure you leave it
loose enough so the wiring does not bend or break,
but not so loose that it drags on the ground. Store
harness below jack in the cargo area when it is not in
use. Wrap the harness together and tie it neatly so it will
not be damaged.
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A. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-20
.
B. Engine Oil Dipstick. See “Checking Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
C. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See “When to Add Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
D. Brake/Clutch Cylinder Fluid. See
Brakes on
page 5-36
and
Hydraulic Clutch on page 5-26
.
E. Underhood Fuse Block. See
Underhood Fuse Block
on page 5-96
.
F. Battery. See
Battery on page 5-39
.
G. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 5-40
.
H. Engine Coolant Surge Tank. See “Checking Coolant”
under
Engine Coolant on page 5-26
.
I. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 5-35
.
5-13
A. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-20
.
B. Engine Oil Dipstick (Out of View). See “Checking
Engine Oil” under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
C. Engine Oil Fill Cap (Out of View). See “When to Add
Engine Oil” under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
D. Battery. See
Battery on page 5-39
.
E. Underhood Fuse Block. See
Underhood Fuse Block
on page 5-96
.
F. Remote Positive (+) Terminal (Out of View). See
Jump Starting on page 5-40
.
G. Engine Coolant Surge Tank. See “Checking Coolant”
under
Engine Coolant on page 5-26
.
H. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 5-35
.
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 for the
2.2L L4 engine and an orange loop for the 3.5L V6
engine. See
Engine Compartment Overview on
page 5-12
for the location of the engine oil dipstick.
1. Turn off the engine and give the oil several minutes
to drain back into the oil pan. If you do not do this,
the oil dipstick might not show the actual level.
2. 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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4. Open the hood on the other vehicle and locate the
positive (+) and negative (
) terminal locations on
that vehicle.
Open the hood on your vehicle and find the remote
positive (+) and remote negative (
) jump starting
terminals.
The remote positive (+) terminal is located in the
engine compartment on the driver’s side of the
vehicle, on the underhood fuse block. See
Engine
Compartment Overview on page 5-12
for more
information on location.
Access the remote
positive (+) terminal by
removing the fuse
block cover.
The remote negative (
) terminal is located toward
the rear of the engine compartment, on the
driver’s side of the vehicle.
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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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{
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 do
not need to add water to the battery installed
in your new 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 do not, explosive gas could be present.
Battery fluid contains acid that can burn you.
Do not 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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CAUTION:
Fans or other moving engine parts can injure
you badly. Keep your hands away from moving
parts once the engine is running.
5. Check that the jumper cables do not have loose or
missing insulation. If they do, you could get a
shock. The vehicles could be damaged too.
Before you connect the cables, here are some
basic things you should know. Positive (+) will go to
positive (+) or to a remote positive (+) terminal if
the vehicle has one. Negative (
) will go to a heavy,
unpainted metal engine part or to a remote
negative (
) terminal if the vehicle has one.
Do not connect positive (+) to negative (
) or you
will get a short that would damage the battery
and maybe other parts too. And do not connect the
negative (
) cable to the negative (
) terminal on
the dead battery because this can cause sparks.
6. Connect the red positive (+) cable to the positive (+)
terminal on the vehicle with the dead battery. Use a
remote positive (+) terminal if the vehicle has one.
The positive (+) terminal on your vehicle is located
on the underhood fuse block.
7. Do not let the other end touch metal. Connect it to
the positive (+) terminal of the good battery. Use a
remote positive (+) terminal if the vehicle has one.
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A. Heavy, Unpainted Metal Engine Part or Remote
Negative (
) Terminal
B. Good Battery or Remote Positive (+) and Remote
Negative (
) Terminals
C. Dead Battery or Remote Positive (+) Terminal
To disconnect the jumper cables from both vehicles, do
the following:
1. Disconnect the black negative (
) cable from the
vehicle that had the dead battery.
2. Disconnect the black negative (
) cable from the
vehicle with the good battery.
3. Disconnect the red positive (+) cable from the
vehicle with the good battery.
4. Disconnect the red positive (+) cable from the other
vehicle.
5. Return the underhood fuse block cover to its
original position.
Jumper Cable Removal
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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 airbag system. Before attempting to
add anything electrical to your vehicle, see
Servicing
Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle on page 1-58
.
Windshield Wiper Fuses
The windshield wiper motor is protected by a circuit
breaker and a fuse. If the motor overheats due to heavy
snow or ice, 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 fuses. This greatly reduces the chance
of circuit overload and fire caused by electrical
problems.
There are two fuse blocks — the underhood fuse block,
and the instrument panel fuse block.
To identify and check fuses and relays, refer to the
Fuse Usage Chart on the inside surface of the
fuse panel door.
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Instrument Panel Fuse Block
The instrument panel fuse block is located on the
passenger’s side of the lower console.
Fuses
Usage
CRUISE
Cruise Control Switch, Brake Switch
EPS
Electronic Power Steering
IGN 1
Instrument Cluster, BTSI Solenoid,
Traction Switch, Fog Lamp Switch
LOCK/MIRROR
Power Door Locks, Power Mirror,
Entry Control
BCM
Body Control Module, Front Wipers,
Windows, Sunroof
BCM (IGN 1)
Body Control Module
AIR BAG
SDM Module
RADIO (IGN)
Radio, Power Mirror, Premium
Radio Amplifier
TURN
Turn Lamps
5-94
Fuses
Usage
HVAC
HVAC Control Head
HAZARD
Hazard Lamps
HTD SEATS
Heated Seats
RADIO
Radio, Data Link Connector
PARK
Park Lamps, Taillamps, Side Marker
Lamps, License Lamps
BCM/CLUSTER
Body Control Module, Instrument
Cluster
INT LTS
Body Control Module, OnStar
®
DR LKS
Door Locks
Relays
Usage
AFTER BLOW
Afterblow
HVAC
BLOWER
HVAC Control Head
PK LP
Parking Lamps
DR LCK
All Door Lock Switch
PSG DR
UNLCK
Passenger Door Unlock Switch
DRV DR
UNLCK
Driver Door Unlock Switch
HDLP
Headlamps
5-95
Underhood Fuse Block
The underhood fuse block is located in the forward part
of the engine compartment near the battery.
Fuses
Usage
ECM/TCM
Battery Voltage to ECM, TCM,
PCM (3.5L V6 (L66))
BATT FEED
I/P Fuse Box
HORN
Horn
ABS PWR
ABS Battery
REAR DEFOG
Rear Defogger
COOL HI (L4)/
COOL 1 (V6)
Cooling Fans High (L4)/Cooling
Fan 1 (V6)
FOG LP
Fog Lamps
LH HDLP
Left Headlamp
RR WIPER
Rear Wiper
ABS
ABS Module
PWR WDW
Power Window Relay and Sunroof
CIGAR/AUX2
Cigarette Lighter
5-96
Fuses
Usage
HVAC
BLOWER
HVAC Blower Motor
RH HDLP
Right Headlamp
FRT WIPER
Front Wiper
ETC (2.2L)
Engine Control Module (ECM),
Electronic Throttle Control
SUNROOF
Sunroof Module
BRAKE
Stop Lamps
IGN
Ignition switch
IGN/INJ (L4),
ECM/
CAM (V6)
Engine Ignition Module, Fuel
Injectors (2.2L L4 (L61))
Camshaft Sensor, Main Relay
Voltage To PCM, Ignition Coils 1-6
INJECTORS
(3.5L V6 (L66))
Fuel Injection
Fuses
Usage
PWR TRAIN
Engine Control Module (ECM),
Transmission Control Module
(TCM), Transmission
BACKUP
Low Coolant Switch, Backup Lamps
(2.2L L4 (L61)), Vehicle Speed
Sensor (Manual), Transmission
Range Switch (2.2L L4 (L61))
HTD SEATS
Heated Seats
COOL LO (L4)/
COOL 2 (V6)
Cooling Fan Low (L4), Cooling
Fan (V6)
A/C CLUTCH
A/C Clutch, Back Up Lamps
(3.5L V6 (L66))
FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump
AUX 1
OUTLET
Front Auxiliary Power Outlet
PREM AUD
Premium Radio Amplifier
ABS
ABS Ignition
PWR SEAT
Power Seats
5-97
Relays
Usage
FOG LP
Fog Lamps
COOL FAN
HI (L4)
Cooling Fan Motor High
ENG MAIN
ECM/CAM, EMISS, INJ, ETC
REAR DEFOG
Rear Defog System
HORN
Horn
DRL
Daytime Running Lamps
COOL
FAN 1 (V6)
Cooling Fan
WIPER
SYSTEM
Wiper System
PRW WDO
Power Window Switch, Sunroof
Module
Relays
Usage
FRT WIPER
Front Wiper System
COOL FAN
LOW (L4)
Cooling Fan Motor Low
A/C CLUTCH
A/C Clutch
BACKUP
LAMPS (V6)
Back-up Lamps (V6)
FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump System
RR WIPER
Rear Wiper System
COOL
FAN 2 (V6)
Cooling Fan (V6)
Misc.
Usage
FUSE PULLER
Fuse Puller
Diode
Air Conditioning Diode
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