Buick Encore Owners & Service Manuals

Buick Encore: Schematic wiring diagrams

SPECIFICATIONS

Fastener Tightening Specifications

Fastener Tightening Specifications

SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS

SIR WIRING SCHEMATICS (ENCORE)

Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Serial Data and Indicators

Fig. 1: Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Serial Data and Indicators
Fig. 1: Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Serial Data and Indicators

Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)

Fig. 2: Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)
Fig. 2: Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)

Front Air Bags, and Sensors (AJG or AYC)

Fig. 3: Front Air Bags, and Sensors (AJG or AYC)
Fig. 3: Front Air Bags, and Sensors (AJG or AYC)

Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags

Fig. 4: Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags
Fig. 4: Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags

SIR WIRING SCHEMATICS (Encore)

Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Disable Switch, Serial Data and Indicators

Fig. 5: Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Disable Switch, Serial Data and Indicators
Fig. 5: Power, Ground, Passenger Presence, Disable Switch, Serial Data and Indicators

Front Air Bags, and Front Impact Sensors (AYC)

Fig. 6: Front Air Bags, and Front Impact Sensors (AYC)
Fig. 6: Front Air Bags, and Front Impact Sensors (AYC)

Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)

Fig. 7: Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)
Fig. 7: Front Air Bags, and Impact Sensors (AY0 or AYF)

Pretensioners and Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags

Fig. 8: Pretensioners and Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags
Fig. 8: Pretensioners and Seat, Knee, and Roof Air Bags

COMPONENT LOCATOR

SIR IDENTIFICATION VIEWS (NON-NORTH AMERICA)

The SIR Identification Views shown below illustrate the approximate location of all SIR components available for the vehicle. This will assist in determining the appropriate SIR Disabling and Enabling for a given service procedure, refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling.

Non-North American Models

Fig. 9: Except North American Models
Fig. 9: Except North American Models

Non-North American Models

  1. Passenger Instrument Panel Air Bag-Located at the top right under the instrument
    panel

  2. Inflatable Restraint Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)-Located underneath the
    center console

  3. Passenger Seat Belt Retractor Pretensioner-Located under the center pillar trim near
    the bottom

  4. Right Front Side Impact Sensor (SIS)-Located under the center pillar trim near the
    bottom

  5. Passenger Seat Side Air Bag-Located on the seat back of passenger seat

  6. Rear Compartment Lid Assist Rod-A gas shock is located under the rear trunk lid
    on the passenger side (Hatchback Models)

  7. Rear Compartment Lid Assist Rod-A gas shock is located under the rear trunk lid
    on the driver side (Hatchback Models)

  8. Driver Seat Side Air Bag-Located on the seat back of driver seat

  9. Left Front Side Impact Sensor (SIS)-Located under the center pillar trim near the
    bottom

  10. Driver Seat Belt Retractor Pretensioner-Located under the center pillar trim near
    the bottom

  11. Driver Steering Wheel Air Bag-Located on the steering wheel

  12. Vehicle Battery-Located under the hood on the right side

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