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1995 Beretta: I am looking for information on the fuse box..amp

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I am looking for information on the fuse box for a 1995 Beretta. I bought the car which needed repairs and all the fuses were taken out. I am unsure what amp is needed for each space. The book for the car was not in it. Is there another place on the car that would give the diagram for the fuse system?

The second question I have is why did Chevy make two different alternators for the same year 1995. They are based on the month the car was made. The date was supposed to be on the door but in a older model the paper is faded. Is there another place where the month the care was made stamped on?
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  GENE replied 10 years ago.

Fuses & Circuit Breakers - Corsica & Beretta



FUSES & CIRCUIT BREAKERS


Fig. 1: Fuse Panel Identification
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.



  • 1 - 15 Amp Computer Command Control, Fuel Injector (1987-89 & 1991-93)
  • 2 - Blank (1987-88); 20 Amp (1989-91-95) Stoplights, Hazard Lights
  • 3 - 15 Amp (1987-88) Radio; Blank (1989-90); 10 Amp (1991-95) SIR (Air Bag), Ignition
  • 4 - 20 Amp (1987-88) Stoplights, Hazard Lights; 5 Amp (1989-92); 10 Amp (1993-95) Alternator, Anti-Lock Brakes (1992-95), LGO Heater Pipe 1992-94), D.R.L. (1995)
  • 5 - 20 Amp Back-Up Lights, Turn Signal Lights
  • 6 - Blank (1987-88); 20 Amp (1989-95) Trunk Release, Cigarette Lighter (1989-90 Corsica Only) 1991-95 Corsica & Beretta)
  • 7 - 20 Amp Parking & Side Marker Lights, License Lights
  • 8 - 25 Amp Heater & Air Conditioner
  • 9 - 20 Amp Gauges/Warning Indicator, Audible Warning System, Rear Window Defogger, Air Conditioner, Computer Command Control (1987-90) Cruise Control (1995), D.R.L. (1995)
  • 10 - 25 Amp Windshield Wiper/Washer
  • 11 - 20 Amp (1987-93), 15 Amp (1994-95) Courtesy Lights, Clock, Door Locks (1987-93), Horn (1987-93), Cigar Lighter (1987-90) (1989 Beretta), Radio-CD (1991-95), Trunk Release (1987-88), Audible Warning System, ABS Passive Belts
  • 12 - 35 Amp (Circuit Breaker) (1987-91); 30 Amp (Circuit Breaker) (1992-95) Power Windows
  • 13 - 5 Amp (1987-91); 3 Amp (1992-95) Instrument Panel Lights, Headlight Reminder (1987-90)
  • 14 - 15 Amp Radio, Cruise Control, Clock (1987-88)
  • 15 - 35 Amp (Circuit Breaker) (1987-91); 30 Amp (Circuit Breaker) (1992-95) Power Door Locks, Rear Window Defogger
  • 16 - Blank (1987-88 & 1990); 10 Amp (1989) MAF Sensor (V6); 5 Amp (1991); 3 Amp (1992-93) DRL; 20 Amp (1994-95) Fuel Pump/Injectors
  • 17 - Blank (1987-90); 3 Amp (1991-93) SIR; 10 Amp (1994-95) Automatic Door Unlock (Remove to Disable)

1994-95 Models


There are 2 fuses under the steering column they are as follows:



  • Inline Fuse (3 Amp) Air Bag
  • Inline Fuse (20 Amp) Fog Lamps, Door Lock, Horn

  • THERE ARE TWO ALTERNATERS BECAUSE OF DIFFERENT AMP REQUIREMENTS,LOOK ON THE ALTERNATER FOR THE AMPERAGE