Anyone have a 2007 Grand prix GT underhood fuse box diagram / schematic ? Containing details on connectors and pins going into the fuse box

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Asked by Dec 04, 2014 at 09:26 AM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've purchased a 2007 Grand prix GT L32.  It
had a bad relay in the underhood fuse box
and the owner removed the fuse box and
cut 1 of the 4 connectors that go into the
bottom of the fuse box.  Ive got a new fuse
box and started replacing the cut
connector( it's the 3 from the top seems to
be going behind the engine and straight
through the fire wall inside the car dash
harness).  Out of 50-70 wires I'm left with 3
pink, 3 Gray, and 4 black. Being there
identical I can't hook them up.  Everything
works except the staring. Trying remote
start says starter disabled.

Detailed diagrams of the 4 connectors to
the underhood fuse box so I F'n attempt to
trace these out would be in my opinion
where ibshould start.  All help is
appreciated.

Thank you.

3 Answers

https://assets.gm.com/manuals/pontiac/2007_pontiac_grand_prix_owners.pdf Page 462

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not quite what I'm looking for but thank you, That just shows what fuses are labelled and take what fuse/relay. This is the manual; shows nothing more than looking at the fuse box. I need the connector layout diagram that connects to the fuse box . Opposite end of fuse relays Thanks again.

Bummer, wish I was more help, GM is just not my 'area'

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