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Chevrolet HHR (2011) - fuse box diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Mar 27, 2021 · 5 min. read

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Year of production: 2011

Floor console fuse block

The floor console fuse block is located on the passenger side of the floor console behind the forward panel. The panel has four clips, one in each corner.

Chevrolet HHR - fuse box - floor console fuse block

Fuses Description
1 Fuse Puller
2 Empty
3 Empty
4 Empty
5 Empty
6 Amplifier
7 Cluster
8 Ignition Switch, PASS-Key® III+
9 Stoplamp
10 Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, PASS-Key® III+
11 Empty
12 Empty
13 Airbag
14 Empty
15 Windshield Wiper
16 Climate Control System, Ignition, Rear View Camera
17 Power Windows
18 Empty
19 Electric Power Steering, Steering Wheel Control
20 Sunroof
21 Empty
22 Empty
23 Audio System
24 XM Radio™, OnStar™
25 Engine Control Module, Transmission Control Module
26 Door Locks
27 Interior Lights
28 Steering Wheel Control Illumination
29 Empty

 

Relays Usage
30 Climate Control System
31 Empty
32 Retained Accessory Power (RAP)

 

Engine compartment fuse block

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

Chevrolet HHR - fuse box - engine compartment fuse block

Fuses Description
1 Electric Power Steering
2 Rear Defogger
3 Empty
4 Body Control Module 3
5 Starting System
6 Body Control Module 2
7 Rear Power Plug (Panel Van Only)
8 Empty
9 Air Conditioning Clutch Diode
10 Liftgate, Sunroof
11 Empty
12 Rear Power Outlet (Panel Van Only)
13 Fuel Pump
20 Rear Wiper
21 Mirror
22 Air Conditioning
23 Heated Seats (Option)
25 Fuse Puller
27 Empty
29 Cigarette Lighter
30 Power Outlet
31 Daytime Running Lamps
32 Empty
33 Emissions
36 Power Windows
37 Power Seat (Option)
40 Cooling Fan
41 Engine Control Module
42 Empty
43 Engine Control Module, Transmission
44 Antilock Brake System (Option)
45 Injectors, Ignition Module
46 Backup Lamps
47 Heated Seat
49 Windshield Washer Pump
53 Fog Lamps (Option)
56 Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)
57 Antilock Brake System (Option)
58 Windshield Wiper Diode
59 Windshield Wiper
60 Horn
61 Antilock Brake System (Option)
62 Instrument Panel, Ignition
63 Driver Side High-Beam
64 Canister Vent
65 Driver Side Low-Beam
66 Passenger Side Low-Beam
67 Passenger Side High-Beam
69 Parking Lamps

 

Relays Description
14 Rear Defogger Relay
15 Air Conditioning Clutch
16 Empty
17 Rear Wiper
18 Liftgate Release
19 Fuel Pump
24 Empty
26 Powertrain
28 Daytime Running Lamps
34 Starting System
35 Empty
38 Empty
39 Windshield Washer Pump
48 Rear Windshield Washer
50 Cooling Fan
51 Run, Crank
52 Windshield Wiper
54 Fog Lamps (Option)
55 Horn
68 Parking Lamps
70 Windshield Wipers
71 Headlamp Low-Beam
72 Headlamp High-Beam

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

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