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The main fuse box is on the outer edge of the dash. Open the drivers door and you'll see it.Remove the cover and you'll find the fuse positions are all labeled on the cover underside. There are also fuses on top of the battery.
That is exactly how a leaking coolant pump becomes evident.......
What kind of fumes? Gasoline? Exhaust? Oil?
You could have any of several basic problems regarding fuel or ignition. Try confirming fuel pressure as you accelerate , missing or sputtering accompanied by falling fuel pressure could be as simple as a restricted fuel filter. Failing spark plugs or cables are a possibility as well.......
The fault reading/clearing process you describe is only for engine related items.
If you are referring to the serpentine or accessory drive belt the power steering pump has a hose and is mounted low on the engine......
You may be low on fluid. Check for leaks , fill as per manual. May be OK after this. If fluid is OK , or problem still persists check for fault codes and repair accordingly.
Is the check engine light on ?
When you step on the brake pedal do you hear/feel a click in response at the shift lever area ? Can you depress the button on the shift lever , with the brake pedal depressed ? If not the shift lock mechanism at the console needs help.....
Access the engine. Air filter is in black box attached to intake. Un clip to open. Pollen air filter is in trunk (front) passenger side , base of w/shield.