Chevrolet Colorado I Fuse box

Years of production: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

When it comes to power-packed vehicles with utmost performance, Chevrolet is the best brand to opt for as it provides some of the best models in each segment. Chevrolet Colorado is amongst the best light-duty trucks that have all the features. This was unveiled in 2002, and the production started for the year 2003.

Chevrolet Colorado: First Generation

The first generation of Chevrolet Colorado is the product of Isuzu and Chevrolet. The Colorado model comes with both manual and automatic transmissions. It also offers two types of wheel drive in which four-wheel-drive drivetrain and rear-wheel drive are available. The trim models of this model make it quite useful as it comes with different engine options also. The engine option of 2.8 L LK5 I4 engine as standard and the more powerful engine of 3.5 I5 can help you get optimal performance.

This model of a pickup truck is equipped with all the gradual changes from its predecessors. The most noticeable changes are in the exterior, consisting of 17-inch wheels, color-matched bumper and grille, and low profile fender flares. The subsequent variants are also equipped with minor changes that make it quite attractive in its segment. Apart from all the core functionalities it also has numerous infotainment system options which contain a CD/MP3 player, standard A/M-F/M only radio, with multi-speaker audio systems. It has also got some of the best eye-catchy features such as optional polished and chrome-plated wheels in the gradual years.

These are genuinely the best features that make it quite useful and preferable for the user. Those who look for a car that has a massive body with all-round functionalities easily opt for this one. Those features are the sole reason for this vehicle's widely popular approach as it has gained the top position among its peers.

Engine Compartment Fuse Block

Chevrolet Colorado I Fuse box engine compartment fuse block

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

To remove the cover, push in on the tab on the end of the cover and lift. To reinstall the cover, line up the tab and push down on the cover until the tab clicks into place.

FuseUsage
1Brake Switch, Stoplamps
2Auxiliary Power 1
5Air Conditioning Control Head
8Wiper/Washer Switch
9Fog Lamps (If Equipped)
10Ignition Transducers
11Driver’s Side Headlamp
12Passenger’s Side Headlamp
13Fuel Pump
14Wiper
15Front Axle Actuator
16Antilock Brake System (ABS), ABS module, Four-Wheel Drive, Gravity Sensor
17Supplemental Inflatable Restraint System, Sensing and Diagnostic Module, Air Bag Off Switch
18Heated Seat (If Equipped)
19Cruise Control Switch, Inside Rearview Mirror, Transfer Case Control Module, Brake Switch, Clutch Disable
20Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)
21Power Door Locks (If Equipped)
22Injectors
23Ignition, Clutch Starter Switch, Neutral Safety Back-Up Switch, Ignition Coils 1-5, Air Conditioning Relay
24Transmission Solenoid
25Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
26Back-up Lights
27ERLS, Map Sensor, Can Purge Solenoid
28Rear Turn/Hazard Lights
29Driver’s Side RearTaillamp, Passenger Side Air Bag Indicator Lighting, Instrument Panel Dimming Power (2WD/4WD switch lighting)
30Powertrain Control Module (PCM) B
31OnStar®
32Radio
33Auxiliary Power 2
34Truck Body Controller
35Horn
36Transfer Case Control Module
37Turn/Hazard/Courtesy/Cargo Lamps/Mirrors
38Cluster
39Rear Parking Lamp 1, Passenger’s Side Taillamp, License Plate Lamps
40Front Park/Turn Lamps, Driver and Passenger’s Side Power Window Switches Lighting
41Climate Control Fan
42Power Windows (If Equipped)
43Starter Solenoid Relay
44Antilock Brake System 2 (ABS Pump)
45Antilock Brake System 1 (ABS Logic)
46Power Seat Circuit Breaker/POA Seat (If Equipped)
69Fuel Canister Vent Solenoid
77Air Conditioning Compressor
79Oxygen Sensors
80Sunroof (If Equipped)
RelaysUsage
47Beam Selection
50Air Conditioning Compressor
51Fuel Pump, Fuel Pump Fuse
52Fog Lamps (If Equipped)
53Front Parking Lamp Fuse, Rear Parking Lamps
54Headlamps
55Horn
56Powertrain, Electronic Throttle Control Fuse, Oxygen Sensor Fuse
57Wipers (On/Off)
58Retained Accessory Power (Power Window Fuse, Wiper/Washer Switch Fuse)
59Ignition 3, Climate Control, Climate Control Head Fuse
61Run/Crank, Air Bag System Fuse, Cruise Control Fuse, Ignition Fuse, Back-Up Lamps, ABS Fuse, ERLS, Front Axle, PCM-1, Injectors Fuse
62Starter Relay (PCM Relay)
63Wiper 2 (High/Low)
MiscellaneousUsage
64Diode — Wiper
65Diode — Air Conditioning, Clutch
66Mega Fuse
All Chevrolet Colorado I info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Chevrolet Colorado I (2003-2012) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
Comments (3):

~Thomas Ferrusi 25-02-2021
I replaced headlamp relay R3115 and still no lowbeam or drl. what other fuse or relay should Iook for. 2012 chevy colorado


~Alex 22-05-2021
Prende y se apaga


~gozalo pacheco 18-06-2021
tengo una colorado 2006 no arraca ya cheque el fuisble de bomba y esta bien pero no mas da pura marcha y no arranca


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