Chevrolet Tracker – Fuse Box Diagram (1999-2001)

The diagrams of relay, and fuse blocks of the Chevrolet Tracker (1999 – 2001), the location, purpose, and description of all blocks in the car are presented.

Diagrams shown for cars 1999, 2000, 2001

Instrument panel fuse block Chevrolet Tracker (1999 – 2001)

This fuse box is under the left side of the instrument panel.

Instrument panel fuse block Chevrolet Tracker (1999 - 2001)

Fuses Usage
P/W Power Windows
DOM Dome Light
TAIL License Plate Light, Clearance/Marker Lights, Instrument Panel Illumination
HAZ Hazard Lights
IG O2 Sensor Heater, Cruise Control, Ignition Coil, Meter, G Sensor
CIG Cigar Lighter, Radio, Power Mirror
D/L Door Locks
STP Brake Light, Horn, Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp
FOG Not Used
DEF Rear Window Defogger, DRL
S/H Not Used
TRN Turn Signal, Back-Up Light
WIP Windshield Wiper/Washer, Rear Window Wiper/Washer

Fuses for the air bags are located next to the instrument panel fuse block.

Engine Compartment Fuse Block (1999 – 2001)

The main fuse box in your engine compartment protects all electrical loads.

Engine Compartment Fuse Block (1999 - 2001)

Fuses Usage
1 Accessory Power Outlet
2 Electronic Fuel Injection System
3 Right Headlamp
4 Left Headlamp, High-Beam Indicator
5 Heater
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 Air Conditioning

May Be Useful:

The purpose, and pinout elements in Chevrolet Tracker (1999 – 2001) may vary depending on the configuration, model, and year of manufacture, and if some electrical device in your car has stopped working, then the cause may be a blown fuse that must be replaced to solve the problem.

Car Fuses