Saturn Relay - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

Saturn Relay - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

These are some examples of symbols that may be found on the vehicle:
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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 retailer
or a locksmith who can service the PASS-Key
®
III to
have a new key made. See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
on page 5-97
.
It is possible for the PASS-Key
®
III decoder to learn the
transponder value of a new or replacement key. Up
to 10 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 retailer or a locksmith who
can service PASS-Key
®
III to have keys made and
programmed to the system.
See your retailer 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.
To program the new key, do the following:
1. Verify the new key has PK3 stamped on it.
2. Insert the original, already programmed key into the
ignition lock cylinder and start the engine. If the
engine will not start, see your retailer for service.
3. After the engine has started, turn the key to LOCK
and remove the key.
4. Insert the key to be programmed and turn it to RUN
within 10 seconds of removing the previous key.
5. The security message will turn off once the key has
been programmed. It may not be apparent that the
security message went on due to how quickly
the key is programmed.
6. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 if additional keys are to
be programmed.
If you are ever driving and the security message comes
on and stays on, you will be able to restart your
engine if you turn it off. Your PASS-Key
®
III system,
however, is not working properly and must be serviced
by your retailer. Your vehicle is not protected by the
PASS-Key
®
III system at this time.
If you lose or damage a PASS-Key
®
III key, see your
retailer or a locksmith who can service PASS-Key
®
III to
have a new key made.
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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 will not 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 for burned-out bulbs and check the
fuse. See
Bulb Replacement on page 5-48
and
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers on page 5-97
.
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 the driver know to turn
it off. If you need to leave the signal on for more than
3/4 mile (1.2 km), turn off the signal and then turn it
back on.
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
To change the headlamps from low beam to high
beam, push the turn signal/multifunction lever away
from you.
When the high beams are
on, this light will appear on
the instrument panel
cluster.
To change the headlamps from high beam to low beam,
pull the turn signal/multifunction lever toward you.
Flash-to-Pass
When the headlamps are off, pull the lever toward you
to momentarily turn on the high beams. This will
signal that you are going to pass. When you release the
lever, they will turn off.
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Accessory Power Outlet(s)
Your vehicle is equipped with a front accessory power
outlet located near the floor on the instrument panel.
It can be used to plug in electrical equipment such as a
cellular telephone or CB radio.
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 behind the
third row seats on the driver’s side behind an access
cover.
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. Do not use equipment
exceeding maximum amperage rating. 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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Power Outlet 115 Volt Alternating
Current
Your vehicle may have a power outlet that can be used to
plug in auxiliary electrical equipment with a maximum
limit of 150 watts. If you try to use equipment that requires
more than the limit, a protection circuit will cut the power
supply. To reset the outlet, unplug the item and plug it
back in or turn the ignition to OFF or ACCESSORY and
then back on. The power will automatically restart when
equipment that operates within the limit is plugged in.
The power outlet is located
behind the third row seats
on the passenger’s
side rear quarter trim
panel.
The power outlet is not designed for the following
electrical equipment and may not work properly if these
items are plugged into the power outlet:
Equipment with high initial peak wattage such as:
compressor-driven refrigerators and electric
power tools.
Other equipment requiring an extremely stable
power supply such as: microcomputer-controlled
electric blankets, touch sensor lamps, etc.
Cigarette Lighter
Your vehicle may have a cigarette lighter. To use the
lighter, located on the instrument panel below the
climate controls, push it in all the way and let go. When
it is ready, it will pop back out by itself.
Notice:
Holding a cigarette lighter in while it is
heating will not allow the lighter to back away from
the heating element when it is hot. Damage from
overheating may occur to the lighter or heating
element, or a fuse could be blown. Do not hold a
cigarette lighter in while it is heating.
Notice:
If you put papers, pins, or other flammable
items in the ashtray, hot cigarettes or other smoking
materials could ignite them and possibly damage
your vehicle. Never put flammable items in the
ashtray.
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Oil Pressure Light
If you have low engine oil
pressure, 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 by
your GM dealer.
The oil light could also come on in three other situations:
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. The light will go out when you turn
the ignition on. If it does not come on with the
ignition on, you may have a problem with the fuse
or bulb. Have it fixed right away.
If you are idling at a stop sign, the light may blink
on and then off.
If you make a hard stop, the light may come on for
a moment. This is normal.
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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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SERVICE PARK LAMPS
This message will display when there is a problem with
the park lamps. Check to see if the park lamp fuse
is blown and replace the fuse if necessary. See
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers on page 5-97
and
Instrument
Panel Fuse Block on page 5-98
for more information. If
changing the fuse does not correct the problem, see
your retailer.
This message will only display while the ignition is in
RUN. Press any of the DIC buttons to acknowledge this
message and to clear it from the screen.
This message will continue to display for two seconds if
it has not been acknowledged when the engine is
turned off. It will also re-display for two seconds if the
message has been acknowledged, but the condition still
exists when the engine is turned off.
If the condition still exists, the message will re-appear
when the engine is turned on.
SERVICE STABILITY SYSTEM
If your vehicle has StabiliTrak
®
, this message will
display if there has been a problem detected with
StabiliTrak
®
. See
StabiliTrak
®
System on page 4-10
.
If this message turns on while you are driving, pull
off the road as soon as possible and stop carefully. Try
resetting the system by turning the ignition off and
then back on. If this message still stays on or turns back
on again while you are driving, your vehicle needs
service. Have the StabiliTrak
®
System inspected by your
retailer as soon as possible.
This message will display only while the ignition is in
RUN. Press any of the DIC buttons to acknowledge this
message and to clear it from the screen.
This message will continue to display for two seconds if
it has not been acknowledged when the engine is
turned off. It will also re-display for two seconds if the
message has been acknowledged, but the condition still
exists when the engine is turned off.
If the condition still exists, the message will re-appear
when the engine is turned on.
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A. Underhood Fuse Block. See
Underhood Fuse Block
on page 5-100
.
B. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 5-40
.
C. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 5-36
.
D. Radiator Pressure Cap. See
Radiator Pressure Cap
on page 5-26
.
E. Power Steering Fluid Reservoir. See
Power Steering
Fluid on page 5-35
.
F. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See “When to Add Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
G. Engine Oil Dipstick. See “Checking Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
H. Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick. See “Checking
the Fluid Level” under
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
on page 5-21
.
I. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir. See “Brake Fluid”
under
Brakes on page 5-37
.
J. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-20
.
K. Engine Coolant Recovery Tank. See
Cooling System
on page 5-28
.
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A. Underhood Fuse Block. See
Underhood Fuse Block
on page 5-100
.
B. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 5-40
.
C. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 5-36
.
D. Radiator Pressure Cap. See
Radiator Pressure Cap
on page 5-26
.
E. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See “When to Add Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
F. Power Steering Fluid Reservoir. See
Power Steering
Fluid on page 5-35
.
G. Engine Oil Dipstick. See “Checking Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 5-15
.
H. Automatic Transaxle Fluid Dipstick. See “Checking
the Fluid Level” under
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
on page 5-21
.
I. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir. See “Brake Fluid”
under
Brakes on page 5-37
.
J. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter. See
Engine Air
Cleaner/Filter on page 5-20
.
K. Engine 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.
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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Notice:
If the jumper cables are connected or
removed in the wrong order, electrical shorting may
occur and damage the vehicle. The repairs would
not be covered by your warranty. Always connect
and remove the jumper cables in the correct
order, making sure that the cables do not touch
each other or other metal.
A. Heavy, Unpainted Metal Engine Part or Remote
Negative (
) Terminal
B. Good Battery or Remote Positive (+) Terminal 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 remote positive (+) terminal cover or
underhood fuse block cover to its original position.
Jumper Cable Removal
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To use your accessory inflator system, do the following:
1. Turn the ignition to ACCESSORY or RUN.
2. Attach the appropriate nozzle adapter, if required,
to the end of the hose that has the pressure gage.
3. Attach that end of the hose to the object you wish
to inflate.
4. Remove the protective cap covering the outlet.
5. Attach the other end of the hose to the outlet.
6. Press the accessory inflator switch. The light in the
switch will come on to show the system is working.
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 5-97
or see your retailer 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 rear compartment on the passenger’s side.
To put the cover back on, line up the tabs at the bottom
of the cover and put it in place. Push down the tab to
secure the cover.
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Headlamp Wiring
The headlamp wiring is protected by four internal fuses
in the underhood fuse block. 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 Wiper Fuses
The windshield wiper motor is protected by an internal
fuse in the underhood fuse block. 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.
The rear washer pump is controlled by a relay located
in the engine compartment, behind the windshield
washer fluid reservoir. The rear wiper motor is protected
by a fuse located in the instrument panel fuse block.
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 at the right
end of the instrument panel, on the passenger’s
side of the vehicle. Open the front passegner’s door,
and remove the cover, to access the fuse block.
Your vehicle may not have all of the fuses listed.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Trunk, Door Locks
2
Electronic Level Control
3
Rear Wiper
4
Radio Amplifier
5
Interior Lamps
6
OnStar
®
7
Keyless Entry Module
8
Cluster, Heating, Ventilation,
Air Conditioning
9
Cruise Switch
10
Steering Wheel Illumination
11
Power Mirror
12
Stoplamp, Turn Lamps
13
Heated Seats
14
Blank
15
Electronic Level Control
16
Heated Mirror
17
Center High-Mounted Stoplamp,
Back-up Lamps
18
Blank
19
Canister Ventilation
Fuses
Usage
20
Park Lamps
21
Power Sliding Door
22
Blank
23
Blank
24
Left Power Sliding Door
25
Right Power Sliding Door
Relays
Usage
26
Blank
27
Blank
28
Park Lamps
29
Retained Accessory Power
30
Rear Defog
PLR
Fuse Puller
Circuit
Breakers
Usage
31
Power Seats
32
Power Window
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Underhood Fuse Block
The underhood fuse block is located in the engine compartment. For more information on location see
Engine
Compartment Overview on page 5-12
.
Your vehicle may not have all the fuses listed.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Right High Beam
2
Fuel Pump
3
Diode
SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
4
Left High Beam
SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
5
Not Used
6
Air Conditioning Clutch
7
Horn
8
Left Low Beam
9
Powertrain Control Module,
Electronic Throttle Control
10
Not Used
11
Transmission Solenoid
12
Right Low Beam
Fuses
Usage
13
Anti-lock Brake System
14
Powertrain Control Module Ignition
15
Electronic Ignition
16
Fuel Injector
17
Climate Control, RPA, Cruise
Control
18
Electronic Throttle Control
19
Engine Sensor, Evaporator
20
Airbag
21
Not Used
22
Emission, All-Wheel Drive
23
Auxiliary Power
24
Front Windshield Washer
25
AC/DC Inverter
26
Rear Blower
27
Front Blower
28
Front Windshield Wiper
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J-Case Fuses
Usage
PLR
Fuse Puller
29
Fan 1
30
Starter Solenoid
31
Anti-lock Brake System Motor
32
Blank
33
Fan 2
34
Front Blower High
35
Battery Main 3
36
Rear Defogger
37
Battery Main 2
38
Spare
Relays
Usage
RUN RLY
Starter
LO BEAM
Low Beam
FUEL PUMP
Fuel Pump
HORN
Horn
AC/CLTCH
Air Conditioning Clutch
HI BEAM
High Beam
PWR/TRN
Powertrain
WPR2
Wiper 2
WPR1
Wiper 1
FAN 1
Fan 1
CRNK
Crank
IGN MAIN
Ignition Main
FAN2
Fan 2
FAN3
Fan 3
BLANK
Not Used
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