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Old 07-18-2011, 04:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2003 tracker: Fuse & relay locations

Instrument Panel Fuse box






15 amp air conditioning fuse by interior fuse box? HO2S is heated oxygen sensor.



Engine Bay Fuse/Relay box














Air bags



did not find 15amp air bag fuse. should be by interior fuse box.
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Do you have a question to go along with your post?
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I think he's looking for the 15A a/c fuse - I couldn't find it either, but 7:30 am is not a good time for me to be looking for a fuse I really don't need to find - I'll take another look when I have more time.
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I think he's looking for the 15A a/c fuse - I couldn't find it either, but 7:30 am is not a good time for me to be looking for a fuse I really don't need to find - I'll take another look when I have more time.
ho2s is the heated oxygen sensor. im looking for a/c and air bag fuses.
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I see the under hood 25A A/C fuse and the inside DEF (A/C supportive as well) fuse.

Then the manual comment as to there being "fuses for the Air Bag and A/C being located next to the inside fuse box". But no defined (labeled) air bag fuse, and I guess that is the problem, right?

What are you (bottom line) trying to accomplish so that we may (hopefully) better be able to assist?
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Do you have a Suzuki Factory Service Manual?

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In it, there is a dedicated 70 page section on Air Bag System diagnostics, which supports North American built GV's (at a minimum) and your (presumably) North American CAMI built Tracker.

On page 10B-45, is displayed an illustration showing the location of the "AIR BAG" fuse box. It appears to be nothing more than in-line harness style fuse holder, but I'll let you be the judge if you want to peruse it in the manual.

On the A/C fuses...I think that we've discussed / found the two that support your needs, as we know them.
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this thread is an article so people can google information.

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Your last post inserted thread reference doesn't seem to work.

Also, would still like to know what you are attempting to fix / find based on your fuse info request, in order to better help.
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Your last post inserted thread reference doesn't seem to work.

Also, would still like to know what you are attempting to fix / find based on your fuse info request, in order to better help.


This thread is an article. If anybody has quality pics of fuses/relay. Id appreciate it. I did this over at nicoclub a few years ago. i'm mosty into one-way communication, though.

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i'm mosty into one-way communication, though.
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