GMC Terrain: Electrical System / Rear Compartment Fuse Block

GMC Terrain. Rear Compartment Fuse Block

The rear compartment fuse block is behind a trim panel on the side of the rear compartment.

GMC Terrain. Rear Compartment Fuse Block

Remove the trim plate to access the fuse block.

The vehicle may not be equipped with all of the fuses and relays shown.

GMC Terrain. Rear Compartment Fuse Block

Fuses      Usage

F1      Exhaust fuel heater

F2      Liftgate

F3      Trailer auxiliary power

F4      Passenger Power Seat

F5      Memory seat module

F6      Sunroof

F7      Side blind zone alert

F8      Trailer reverse lamps

F9      Rear heated seat 1

F10      Park Lamps

F11      Rear heated seat 2

F12      –

F13      Trailer parking lamp

F14      Right trailer stoplamp/Turn signal lamp

F15      Left parking lamp

F16      Right parking lamp

F17      –

F18      Left trailer stoplamp/Turn signal lamp

F19      All-wheel drive

F20      Lumbar

F21      Rear auxiliary power outlet

F22      Rear drive unit

Relays      Usage

K1      Right trailer stoplamp/Turn signal lamp

K2      Trailer reverse lamps

K3      Left trailer stoplamp/Turn signal lamp

K4      Parking lamps

K5      Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) – (diesel only)

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