Chevrolet Camaro (1993) – fuse box diagram

Chevrolet Camaro (1993) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 1993

Main Fuse Block

Chevrolet-camaro - fuse box - main fuse block
Chevrolet-camaro – fuse box – main fuse block
Fuses/Circuit Breaker Ampere rating [A] Usage
1 15

Air Bag: SIR Components

2 20

Backup Lights; Daytime Running Lights Module (Canada); Turn Flasher

3 25

HVAC Selector Switch(Heater/Air Conditioner); Rear Defogger

4 10

Engine Control Module; Instrument Cluster; PASS-Key I P Decoder Module

5 15

Engine Control Module; PASS-Key [email protected] Decoder Module; Fuel Pump Relay

6 20

Brake LighVCruise Release Switch, Hazard Flasher

7 15

Power Door Locks; Power Mirrors; Hatch Release

8 15

Audio Alarm Module; [email protected] Relay; Courtesy Lights: Console Compartment, Glove Box, Dome, Rearview Mirror and Radio

9 10

Audio Alarm Module; Daytime Running Lights Module (Canada); Diagnostic Energy Reserve Module; Instrument Cluste

10 20

Exterior Lighting

11 20 Cigarette Lighter; Horn Relay
12 35 Circuit Breaker

(35 Amp. Circuit Breaker)

13 5

Brightness Control

14 25

Windshield Wipermasher

15 35 Circuit Breaker

Power Windows

16 3

Diagnostic Energy Reserve Module

17 15

Radio

Underhood Electrical Center

Chevrolet-camaro – fuse box – underwood electrical center
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Usage
1 5

Electronic Brake Control Module

2 20 Fog lamps
3
4
5 5

Anti-Lock Brake Syste

6 10

Coolant Fan Relays;EVAP Canister Purge Solenoid; Exhaust Gas Recirculation; LowCoolant Relay; Reverse Lockout Solenoid

7 20

Air Injection Pump Assembly; Air Pump Relay

8
9 7,5

Fuel Injector

10 7,5

Fuel Injector

11 10

VIN Engine Code S: Camshaft Position Sensor; Crankshaft Position Sensor; Electronic Ignition Module (10 Amp.) VIN Engine Code P: Ignition Coil; Ignition Coil Driver

12 20

Air Conditioning Compressor Relay; Cruise Control Switches and Modul

Relays Usage
A

Air Conditioning Compresso

C

Anti-Lock Brake System

D

Primary Coolant Fan(Driver Side)

E

Air Pump

F

Secondary Coolant Fan (Passenger Side)

G

Low Coolant

H

Fan Lamps

J

High Blower

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