Where is the fuse box located on a 2002 Pontiac Montana?
Passenger side, open the door it should be on the right side
I have a 1997 Pontiac Transport Montana. I have found that there are two fuse boxes in the van. One, on the inside passenger/driver compartment is located "on the outerside of the passenger side of the dashboard. It will be labeled "fuse". The second fuse section, is located in the engine compartment. The location is the front-er-most passenger side of the compartment. There is a black box with a black hand screw on the top…
The fuse panel is located on the side of the dashboard as you open the passenger side door. There is a door that you grab and pull out to expose the fuse panel. Also, there are power fuses located under the hood in a black fuse panel as you open the hood to the left side (passenger side). Turn the screw on the top and lift the rectangular cover.
The Fuse panel is located on the passengers side of the vehicle, open the passenget front door and look at the side of the dash you will see a removable panel pull that panel and there are your fuses the chart should be located on the reverse side of the panel. Hope that this information is of help to you.
The windshield washer on your 2002 Pontiac sunfire does not work is there a fuse for that and if so where is it located?
I believe if you open the drivers side door and open the fuse panel access door located on the dash you will see that there is usually a fuse in there for the washer pump. If the fuse is OK, the problem might be the pump, usually located in the bottom of the resevoir. They are notorious for dying. Replacements can be found at your local parts store.
2002 pontiac sunfire At times They work just by turning them off and on and than at times I need to pull the fuse and put it back in or they work when the fuse is barely back in?
The radio fuse is located in the passenger side fuse box, located on the side of the dash, right by the glove compartment. There is a finger hole that is there for you to remove it, it takes a bit of backwards pressure. On the fuse lid there is a list of fuses, and if I am not mistaken, on the '04 Pontiac Grand Am, it is labeled as Radio/BATT and is fuse H. It…