Saturn Vue - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

Saturn Vue - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

2-10
Keys, Doors and Windows
Testing the Alarm
To test the alarm:
1.
From inside the vehicle, lower
the driver window and open the
driver door.
2.
Get out of the vehicle, close the
door and activate the system by
locking the doors with the RKE
transmitter.
3.
Wait for the security light to flash
slowly.
4.
Then reach in through the
window, unlock the door with the
manual door lock and open the
door. This should set off the
alarm.
If the alarm does not sound when it
should, but the vehicle's headlamps
flash, check to see if the horn
works. The horn fuse may be blown.
To replace the fuse, see
Fuses and
Circuit Breakers on page 10
37
.
If the alarm does not sound or the
vehicle's headlamps do not flash,
see your dealer/retailer for service.
Immobilizer
See
Radio Frequency Statement
on
page 13
16
for information
regarding Part 15 of the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC)
Rules and RSS-210/211 of Industry
and Science Canada.
Immobilizer Operation
This vehicle has PASS-Key
®
III+
(Personalized Automotive Security
System) theft-deterrent system.
PASS-Key
®
III+ is a passive
theft-deterrent system.
The system is automatically armed
when the key is removed from the
ignition.
You do not have to manually arm or
disarm the system.
The security light comes on if there
is a problem with arming or
disarming the theft-deterrent
system.
When the PASS-Key
®
III+ system
senses that someone is using the
wrong key, it prevents the vehicle
from starting. 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 on the instrument
panel cluster comes on, there
may be a problem with your
theft-deterrent system. Turn the
ignition off and try again.
Keys, Doors and Windows
2-11
If the engine still does not start, and
the key appears to be not damaged,
wait about five minutes and try
another ignition key and check the
fuse. See
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers
on page 10
37
. If the
engine still does not start with the
other key, the vehicle needs service.
If the vehicle does start, the first key
may be faulty. See your dealer/
retailer who can service the
PASS-Key
®
III+ to have a new key
made. In an emergency, contact
Roadside Assistance. See
Roadside
Assistance Program on page 13
6
.
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. The following
procedure is for programming
additional keys only. If all the
currently programmed keys are lost
or do not operate, you must see
your dealer/retailer or a locksmith
who can service PASS-Key
®
III+ to
have keys made and programmed
to the system.
See your dealer/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:
1.
Verify that the new key has a
1
stamped on it.
2.
Insert the already programmed
key in the ignition and start the
engine. If the engine does not
start, see your dealer/retailer for
service.
3.
After the engine has started, turn
the key to LOCK/OFF, and
remove the key.
4.
Insert the key to be programmed
and turn it to the ON/RUN
position within five seconds of
the original key being turned to
the LOCK/OFF position.
The security light turns off once
the key has been programmed.
5.
Repeat Steps 1 through 4 if
additional keys are to be
programmed.
If the PASS-Key
®
III+ key is lost or
damaged, see your dealer/retailer
or a locksmith to have a new
key made.
Do not leave the key or device that
disarms or deactivates the theft
deterrent system in the vehicle.
Instruments and Controls
5-9
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 20 ampere
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/retailer for
additional information on the
accessory power outlet.
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/retailer
before adding electrical
equipment.
When adding electrical equipment,
be sure to follow the installation
instructions included with the
equipment.
Notice:
Improper use of the
power outlet can cause damage
not covered by the vehicle
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.
Warning Lights,
Gages, and Indicators
Warning lights come on when there
could be a problem with a vehicle
function. Some warning lights come
on briefly when the engine is started
to indicate they are working.
Gages can indicate when there
could be a problem with a vehicle
function. Often gages and warning
lights work together to indicate a
problem with the vehicle.
When one of the warning lights
comes on and stays on while
driving, or when one of the gages
shows there may be a problem,
check the section that explains what
to do. Follow this manual's advice.
Waiting to do repairs can be costly
and even dangerous.
6-4
Lighting
Turn and Lane-Change
Signals
An arrow on the instrument panel
cluster flashes in the direction of the
turn or lane change.
Move the lever all the way up or
down to signal a turn.
Raise or lower the lever until the
arrow starts to flash and then
release, to signal a lane change.
The turn signal flashes
automatically three times.
The lever returns to its starting
position whenever it is released.
If after signaling a turn or lane
change the arrow flashes rapidly or
does not come on, a signal bulb
may be burned out.
Have the bulbs replaced. If a bulb is
not burned out, check the fuse. See
Instrument Panel Fuse Block
on
page 10
40
and for burned-out
bulbs.
Fog Lamps
For vehicles with fog lamps, the
button is on the instrument panel
next to the exterior lamps switch.
#
:
Press to turn the fog lamps on
or off.
The fog lamp indicator in the
instrument panel comes on when
the fog lamps are in use.
The parking lamps or low-beam
headlamps must be on, before the
fog lamps can be turned on.
If the exterior lamp control is set to
AUTO mode, the parking lamps and
low
beam headlamps come on
simultaneously when the fog lamps
are turned on.
When the high-beam headlamps are
turned on, the fog lamps turn off
automatically. When the high-beam
headlamps are turned off, the fog
lamps come on again.
Some localities have laws that
require the headlamps to be on
along with the fog lamps.
10-6
Vehicle Care
Engine Compartment Overview
2.4L L4 Engine
A. See
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
on
page 10
12
.
B. Electric Engine Cooling Fan
(Out of View). See
Cooling
System
on page 10
14
.
C. Engine Oil Dipstick (Out of
View). See
Checking Engine
Oil
under
Engine Oil
on
page 10
8
.
D. Engine Oil Fill Cap (Out of
View). See
When to Add
Engine Oil
under
Engine Oil
on
page 10
8
.
E. Brake Fluid Reservoir.
See
Brakes on page 10
23
.
F.
Engine Coolant Surge Tank.
See
Checking Coolant
under
Engine Coolant on page 10
15
.
G. Remote Positive (+) Terminal.
See
Jump Starting
on
page 10
74
.
H. See
Engine Compartment Fuse
Block on page 10
38
.
I.
See
Battery on page 10
25
.
J.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Reservoir. See
Adding Washer
Fluid
under
Washer Fluid
on
page 10
22
.
Vehicle Care
10-7
3.5L V6 Engine (3.6L V6 Engine similar)
A. See
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
on
page 10
12
.
B. Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
(Out of View). See
Power
Steering Fluid
on page 10
21
.
C. Electric Engine Cooling Fan
(Out of View). See
Cooling
System
on page 10
14
.
D. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See
When
to Add Engine Oil
under
Engine
Oil on page 10
8
.
E. Engine Oil Dipstick (Out of
View). See
Checking Engine
Oil
under
Engine Oil
on
page 10
8
.
F.
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Dipstick (Out of View). See
Checking the Fluid Level
under
Automatic Transmission Fluid
on
page 10
12
.
G. Brake Fluid Reservoir (Out of
View). See
Brakes
on
page 10
23
.
H. Engine Coolant Recovery Tank.
See
Cooling System
on
page 10
14
.
I.
Remote Positive (+) Terminal.
See
Jump Starting
on
page 10
74
.
J.
See
Engine Compartment Fuse
Block on page 10
38
.
K. See
Battery on page 10
25
.
L.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Reservoir. See
Adding Washer
Fluid
under
Washer Fluid
on
page 10
22
.
Vehicle Care
10-37
Electrical System
Electrical System
Overload
The vehicle has fuses and circuit
breakers to protect against an
electrical system overload.
When the current electrical load is
too heavy, the circuit breaker opens
and closes, protecting the circuit
until the current load returns to
normal or the problem is fixed.
This greatly reduces the chance of
circuit overload and fire caused by
electrical problems.
Fuses and circuit breakers protect
the following in the vehicle:
.
Headlamp Wiring
.
Windshield Wiper Motor
.
Power Windows and other
Power Accessories
Headlamp Wiring
An electrical overload may cause
the lamps to go on and off, or in
some cases to remain off. Have the
headlamp wiring checked right
away if the lamps go on and off or
remain off.
Windshield Wipers
If the wiper motor overheats due to
heavy snow or ice, the windshield
wipers will stop until the motor cools
and will then restart.
Although the circuit is protected
from electrical overload, overload
due to heavy snow or ice, may
cause wiper linkage damage.
Always clear ice and heavy snow
from the windshield before using the
windshield wipers.
If the overload is caused by an
electrical problem and not snow or
ice, be sure to get it fixed.
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits in the 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
engine compartment 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.
10-38
Vehicle Care
Engine Compartment
Fuse Block
The engine compartment fuse block
is located on the driver side of the
engine compartment, near the
battery.
Notice:
Spilling liquid on any
electrical components on the
vehicle may damage it. Always
keep the covers on any electrical
component.
Fuses
Usage
FAN MAIN
Cooling Fan Main
REAR/WPR
Rear Wiper Motor
FAN AUX
Cooling Fan
Auxiliary
Fuses
Usage
ECM/
TCM/SGCM
Engine Control
Module/
Transmission
Control Module/
Serial Data Gateway
Communication
Module
Vehicle Care
10-39
Fuses
Usage
ECM
Engine Control
Module
ENG-3
Engine 3
ENG-2
Engine 2
ENG-1
Engine 1
HYBRID
BEC
Not Used
RUN
Run
S/ROOF
Sunroof Module
HTD/SEAT
Heated Seat Control
Module
BCM
Body Control
Module
STRTR
Starter Motor
WPR
Windshield Wiper
4WD/ESCM
All-Wheel Drive
System
ABS
Antilock Brake
System Module
Fuses
Usage
A/C CLTCH
Air Conditioning
Compressor
BLWR MTR
Blower Motor
AMP
Amplifier
HORN
Horn
ABS
Antilock Brake
System Module
I/P BEC
Instrument Panel
Bussed Electrical
Center
FRT FOG
Front Fog Lamps
I/P BEC
Instrument Panel
Bussed Electrical
Center
DRL
Daytime Running
Light
T/LAMP RT
Right Marker and
Parking Lamps
T/LAMP LT
Left Marker and
Parking Lamps
Fuses
Usage
TRLR
T/LAMP
Trailer Parking
Lamps
HDLP HI LT
Passenger Side
High-Beam
Headlamp
STOP LP
Stoplamps
DEFOG
Defroster Fog
HDLP
LO RT
Driver Side
Low-Beam
Headlamp
HDLP
LO LT
Passenger Side
Low-Beam
Headlamp
HDLP
HI RT
Driver Side
High-Beam
Headlamp
OSRVM
HTR
Outside Rearview
Mirror Heating
10-40
Vehicle Care
Relays
Usage
FAN
MAIN RLY
Cooling Fan Main
Relay
FAN
CTRL RLY
Cooling Fan
Control Relay
FAN
AUX RLY
Cooling Fan
Auxiliary Relay
PWR/
TRN RLY
Engine Control
Module/CAM,
Canister, Injectors,
Electronic Throttle
Control Relay
STRTR RLY
Starter Relay
RUN RLY
Run Relay
A/C
CLTCH RLY
Air Conditioning
Compressor Relay
WPR
SPD RLY
Windshield Wiper
Speed Relay
Relays
Usage
HORN RLY
Horn Relay
WPR
CNTRL RLY
Windshield Wiper
Control Relay
T/LAMP
RLY
Parking Lamp Relay
HDLP
HI RLY
High-Beam
Headlamp Relay
HDLP
LO RLY
Low
Beam
Headlamp Relay
FRT
FOG RLY
Front Foglamp
Relay
STOP
LP RLY
Stoplamp Relay
DEFOG
RLY
Defogger Relay
Instrument Panel Fuse
Block
The instrument panel fuse block is
located on the passenger side of the
lower console.
Pull the latch of the fuse box cover
straight back to access the fuses.
Vehicle Care
10-41
Fuses
Usage
PWR SEAT
Power Seat
PASS
P/WIN
Passenger Side
Power Window
Fuses
Usage
DRIV
P/WIN
Driver Side Power
Window
S/ROOF
Sunroof Module
Fuses
Usage
CIGAR
Cigarette Lighter
ECM/TCM
Engine Control
Module (ECM)/
Transmission
Control
Module (TCM)
FSCM
Fuel Storage Control
Module
ISRVM
Inside Rearview
Mirror
CLUSTER
Instrument Panel
Cluster
AIR BAG
Airbag System
OSRVM
Outside Rearview
Mirror
KEY CAP
Key Capture
Solenoid
WHL S/W
Steering Wheel
Switch
10-42
Vehicle Care
Fuses
Usage
F/DR LCK
Front Driver
Door Lock
APO2
Accessory Power
Outlet 2
BCM (VB3)
Body Control
Module (BCM) (VB3)
DR LCK
Door Lock
BCM (VB6)
Body Control
Module (VB6)
BCM (VB4)
Body Control
Module (VB4)
BCM (VB5)
Body Control
Module (VB5)
TRL
Trailer
AIRCON
Air Conditioner
AUDIO
Audio
Fuses
Usage
BCM (VB7)
Body Control
Module (VB7)
IGN SW
Ignition Switch
AIR BAG
Air Bag System
WASHER
Washer Pump
APO1
Accessory Power
Outlet 1
FSCM
Fuel Storage Control
Module
RR CLR
Rear Closure
BCM (VB2)
Body Control
Module (VB2)
DRL
Daytime Running
Light
BCM (VB1)
Body Control
Module (VB1)
ONSTAR
OnStar
®
Relays
Usage
RELAY
ACC/RAP
Accessory, Retained
Accessory Power
(RAP) Relay
RELAY
RUN/
CRANK
Run/Crank Relay
Vehicle Care
10-75
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.
Your vehicle is equipped with a
remote positive (+) terminal.
This is located in the engine
compartment on the driver side
of the vehicle, on the underhood
fuse block. See
Engine
Compartment Overview
on
page 10
6
for more information
on location.
To uncover the remote
positive (+) terminal, press the
tab on the bottom of the fuse
block and lift the cover up.
The remote negative (-) terminal
is a stud on the driver side near
the underhood fuse block.
Place the negative (-) jumper
cable clamp on the negative (-)
terminal on top of the battery.
{
WARNING
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.
{
WARNING
Using an open flame 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.
Vehicle Care
10-77
10.
Now start the vehicle with the
good battery and run the
engine for a while.
11.
Press the unlock symbol on the
remote keyless entry
transmitter to disarm your
security system, if equipped.
12.
Try to start the vehicle that had
the dead battery. If it will not
start after a few tries, it
probably needs service.
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 the vehicle 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.
Jumper Cable Removal
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,
if applicable.
Vehicle Care
10-79
Dinghy Towing
Front-wheel
drive and
all-wheel-drive vehicles may be
dinghy towed from the front.
These vehicles can also be towed
by placing them on a platform trailer
with all four wheels off of the
ground. For other towing options,
see
Dolly Towing
following in this
section.
For vehicles being dinghy towed,
the vehicle should be run at the
beginning of each day and at each
RV fuel stop for about five minutes.
This will ensure proper lubrication of
transmission components.
To tow the vehicle from the front
with all four wheels on the ground:
1.
Position the vehicle that will be
towed and secure it to the
towing vehicle.
2.
Turn the ignition key to
ACC/ACCESSORY.
3.
Shift the transmission to
N (Neutral).
4.
Turn fog lamps and all
accessories off.
5.
To prevent the battery from
draining while the vehicle is
being towed, remove the
2 amp IGN SW fuse from the
instrument panel fuse block
and store it in a safe location.
See
Instrument Panel Fuse
Block on page 10
40
10-80
Vehicle Care
Notice:
If the vehicle is towed
without performing each of the
steps listed under
Dinghy
Towing,
the automatic
transmission could be damaged.
Be sure to follow all steps of the
dinghy towing procedure prior to
and after towing the vehicle.
Notice:
If the vehicle has a
four
speed automatic
transmission, it can be dinghy
towed from the front for unlimited
miles at 105 km/h (65 mph).
The vehicle could be damaged If
105 km/h (65 mph) is exceeded
while towing the vehicle. The
repairs would not be covered by
the vehicle warranty. Never
exceed 105 km/h (65 mph) while
towing the vehicle.
Once the destination has been
reached:
1.
Set the parking brake.
2.
Shift the transmission to
P (Park).
3.
Reinstall the 2 amp IGN SW
fuse to the instrument panel
fuse block.
4.
Turn the ignition key to
LOCK/OFF and remove the
key from the ignition.
Notice:
Too much or too little
fluid can damage the
transmission. Be sure that the
transmission fluid is at the
proper level before towing with
all four wheels on the ground.
Notice:
Do not 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
transmission.
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 or dinghy towed
from the front.