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).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.
Instrument panel fuse block
This fuse box is under the left side of the instrument panel.
|DOM||Dome Light, Radio Memory|
|TAIL||License Plate Light, Clearance/Marker Lights, Instrument Panel Illumination, Warning Tone|
|HAZ||Hazard Lights, Turn Signal|
|IG||O2 Sensor Heater, Cruise Control, Ignition Coil, Meter, G Sensor|
|CIG||Cigar/Cigarette Lighter, Radio, Power Mirror|
|STP||Brake Light, Horn, Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp, Cruise Control|
|DEF||Rear Window Defogger, DRL, Heater, Air Conditioning|
|TRN||Turn Signal, Back-Up Light, Hazard Lights|
|WIP||Windshield Wiper/Washer, Rear Window Wiper/Washer|
Engine Compartment Fuse Block
The main fuse box in your engine compartment protects all electrical loads.
|1||Accessory Power Outlet|
|2||Electronic Fuel Injection System|
|4||Left Headlamp, High-Beam Indicator|
|6||Hazard Lamps, Rear Combination Lamps, Dome Light, Horn|
|7||Cigar Lighter, Radio, I.G. Coil, Meter, Wiper, Washer, Rear Defroster, Turn Signals, Back-Up Lamps|
|8||Anti-Lock Brake System|
|9||All Electrical Loads|
|10||Shift Lock (Relay)|
|11 (2.5L Engine only)||Horn (Relay)|
|12||Air Conditioning Compressor (Relay)|
|13||Air Conditioning Condenser Fan (Relav)|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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