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Chevrolet Cobalt (2004 - 2011) Fuse Box Diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Feb 11, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Chevrolet, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
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Year of production: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Floor console fuse block

The floor console fuse block is located on the passenger side of the floor console behind the forward panel.

Chevrolet Cobalt - fuse box - floor console fuse block

Fuses Usage
1 Fuse Puller
2 Empty
3 Empty
4 Empty
5 Empty
6 Amplifier
7 Cluster
8 Ignition Switch, PASS-Key¬ģ III+
9 Stoplamp
10 Heating, Ventilation, Air¬†Conditioning, PASS-Key¬ģ III+
11 Empty
12 Spare
13 Airbag
14 Spare
15 Windshield Wiper
16 Climate Control System, Ignition
17 Window Retained Accessory Power
18 Empty
19 Electric Power Steering, Steering Wheel Control
20 Sunroof
21 Spare
22 Empty
23 Audio System
24 XM Radio‚ĄĘ, OnStar‚ĄĘ
25 Engine Control Module, Transmission Control Module
26 Door Locks
27 Interior Lights
28 Steering Wheel Control Illumination
29 Power Windows
30 Climate Control System
31 Empty
32 Retained Accessory Power (RAP)


Engine compartment fuse block

The engine compartment fuse block is located on the driver side of the vehicle.

Chevrolet Cobalt - fuse box - engine compartment

Fuses Usage
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REAR DEFOG Rear Defogger
COOL FAN2 Engine Cooling Fan High Speed
CRNK Starter
COOL FAN 1 Engine Cooling Fan Low Speed
BCM3 Body Control Module 3
BCM2 Body Control Module 2
FOG LAMP Fog Lamps
RT HI BEAM Passenger Side High Beam Lamp
LT HI BEAM Driver Side High Beam Lamp
RT LO BEAM Passenger Side Low Beam Lamp
LT LO BEAM Driver Side Low Beam Lamp
DRL Daytime Running Lamps
EXH Exhaust Emissions
ENG VLV SOL Engine Valve Solenoid
INJ Injectors
AIR SOL Air Solenoid
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PCM/ECM Powertrain Control Module/Engine Control Module
EPS Electric Power Steering
PRK LAMP Parking Lamps
WPR Windshield Wiper
IP IGN Ignition
A/C CLTCH Air Conditioning Clutch
CHMSL Center High Mount Stop Lamp
ABS2 Antilock Brake System 2
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ECM/TRANS Engine Control Module, Transmission
BCK UP Back-Up Lamps
TRUNK/HTD SEATS Trunk, Heated Seats
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SDM Sensing Diagnostic Module (Airbags)
ABS3 Antilock Brake System 3
OUTLET Auxiliary Power Outlet
MIR Mirrors
DLC Data Link Connector
CNSTR VENT Canister Vent


Relays Usage
REAR DEFOG Rear Defogger
AIR SOL (TURBO: COOL FAN 2) Air Solenoid (L61)/Engine Cooling Fan 2 (LNF)
WPR HI/LO Windshield Wiper High/Low Speed
CRNK Starter
COOL FAN 2 (TURBO: COOL FANS) Engine Cooling Fan (L61, LE5)/ Engine Cooling Fans (LNF)
WPR ON/OFF Windshield Wiper On/Off
COOL FAN1 Engine Cooling Fans
PWR/TRN Powertrain
A/C CLTCH Air Conditioning Clutch
CHMSL Center High Mount Stop Lamp
RUN/CRNK Run, Crank


Misc. Usage
PLR Fuse Puller

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.

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