Cadillac Eldorado - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac Eldorado - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

If
a
door
or
the
trunk
is opened without the
key
or Keyless Entry System,
the
alarm will
go
off.
It will also go off
if
the
trunklock
is damaged. Your
vehicle’s lights will flash and
the
horn
will sound
for
three minutes and
then
the
alarm
will
go
off to save battery
power.
Remember, the theft deterrent system
won’t arm
if
you
lock the
doors
with
a
key or use the manual door lock. It
arms only
if
you use a power
door lock
switch or
the Keyless Entry System.
Here’s how to avoid setting
off
the alarm by accident:
If you don’t want to
arm
the
theft
deterrent
system, the vehicle should
Always unlock a door with
a
key, or use the Keyless Entry System.
be
locked with the
door
key
after
the
doors
are
closed.
Unlocking
a
door any other way
will set
off
the alarm.
If
you set
off
the
alarm by accident, unlock any door with your key.
You
can
also turn
off
the alarm by using the Keyless Entry System. The alarm
won’t stop
if
you
try to unlock a door any other way.
How
to Test
the
Alarm
e
From
inside
the vehicle roll
down your window, then
get
out
of
your
vehicle, keeping the
door
open.
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From
outside
the vehicle
with the
door
open,
lock the vehicle using the
Reach in and unlock the
door using
the
manual lock and
open
the
power door lock or
the Keyless Entry System and close the
door.
door. The horn will sound
and
your
headlamps will flash.
If
the
alarm
does
not
sound
when
it should, check
to
see
if
the
horn
works. The horn
fuse may be blown.
To
replace the fuse, see
Fusesand
Circuit Breakers” in the Index.
If
the fuse
does
not
need
to
be replaced
you
may need to have
your
Cadillac serviced.
To
reduce
the possibility
of
theft, always arm
the
theft
deterrent
system
when leaving your vehicle.
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PASS-KEY’II
Your vehicle is equipped with the [email protected]
(Personalized Automotive
Security System) theft deterrent system. [email protected]
is a passive theft
deterrent system. This
means
you
don’t have to
do
anything different to
arm
or
disarm the system. It works
when
you
insert or remove the key
from
the
uses
a
resistor pellet in the ignition key
that
matches a decoder in your vehicle.
system
senses that someone is using the wrong
key, it shuts down the vehicle’s starter
and
fuel systems. For
about
three
minutes, the
starter won’t work and
fuel
won’t go
to
the
engine.
If
someone
tries
to
start
your vehicle again or uses another key during this
time, the vehicle will not
start.
This discourages someone from randomly
trying different keys
with different resistor pellets in an
attempt
to make a
match.
The ignition key must be clean and dry before it’s inserted in the ignition
or
the
engine may not
start. If the engine
does
not
start and the
SECURITY light comes
on,
the key
may be dirty or wet. Turn the ignition
off.
Cle2n and dry the
key.
Wait about
three minutes
and try again. The
security light may remain
on
during this time. If the
starter
still
won’t
work, and
the key appears
to
be clean and dry, wait about
three
minutes
and try another ignition key. At
this
time,
you
may also want to check the
fuses (see
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers” in the Index). If the
starter won’t
work with the
other key, your vehicle needs service. If your vehicle does
start,
the
first ignition key
may be faulty. See your Cadillac dealer or a
locksmith who can service the PASS-Key%.
If you accidentally use a key that has a damaged or missing resistor pellet,
the
starter won’t work and
the
SECURITY
light will
flash. But you don’t
have to wait three
minutes
before
trying another ignition key.
See
your Cadillac dealer or a locksmith who can service the [email protected]
to have a new
key made.
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As
you
signal
a
turn or
a
lane
change,
if
the arrows don’t
flash but
just
stay on
a
signal bulb may be
burned
out
and
other
drivers won’t see your turn signal.
If
a
bulb is burned
out,
rcplacc
it
to
help avoid
an
accident.
If
the
green
arrows don’t go
on
at
all
when
you
signal
a
turn, check the fuse
(see
Fuses’’
in
the
Index)
and
for
burned-out
bulbs.
Wiper Activated Headlumps
This
feature activates the headlamps
and
parking
lamps
after
the
windshield wipers have been in use
for
approximately
23
seconds.
In
order
to
operate
the wiper activated headlamps,
the twilight sentinel
must
be
in the
ON
position. This
feature
lights the
way
in
poor
weather
and
it
also makes your vehicle more visible to
other drivers.
If
the wiper
activated headlamps are
on,
and
the
ignition
switch
is
turned
off,
the
wiper activated headlamps
will
immediately turn
off.
The wiper activated headlamps
will
deactivate
if
you
turn
off
the twilight
sentinel
or
if
the windshield
wipers
have been
turned
off
for
a period
of
one
or
two seconds.
Headlamp High-Low Beam
To
change
the
headlamps
from low
beam
t o
high or high
to
low,
pull
the
turn signal
lever all
the
way toward
you.
Then
releasc
it.
When
the
high beams
are
on,
this blue
light
on
thc instrument
panel
will
also
be
on.
Flash-To-Pass
Feature
This
lets
you
use your high beam
headlamps to signal
a driver
in
front
of
you that
you
want
to
pass.
It
works
even
if
your
headlamps
are
off.
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FUSES
AND
CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
The wiring
circuits
in
your
vehicle
are protected
from short circuits by a
combination of
Mini
Fuses,
Circuit Breakers
and
Maxi
Fuses.
This
greatly
reduces the chance of fires
caused by electrical
problems.
If
you
have a problem
on
the
road
and
don’t
have
a spare
fuse, you
can
“borrow” one of the
same
value.
Select
a feature that you can
get
along
without
that is
the
same
value
you
need
--
like
the
radio or cigarette
lighter
--
and
use
its
fuse.
Be
sure to use a fuse
with the same
amperage
rating
number
on
it
(ie.
10A,
20A,
etc.)
Replace
it
as
soon
as
you can.
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There is a fuse
removal
tool
and
some
spare
mini
fuses
in
the glove
box
door,
just
lift
the
cover
up.
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Engine Compartment Fuse
Block
Maxi FusesIRelay Center
The maxi
fuse
and
relays are located next
to
the engine compartment fuse
block.
If
a
maxi
fuse should
blow,
have
your
vehicle
serviced
by
your
Cadillac
dealer
immediately.
NC
COMP
HDWS
STOPLP
W A N M
HTD
W/s
10N
OFF
000~000
LHDLPLO
RHDLPLO
LHDLPHI
RHDLPHI
1 G N
3
COOL
FAN
TRANS
FUSE
CENTER
IDENTIFICATION
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[Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
~
E
DISTR
USAGE
I
INJ
IGN
1
FUEL PUMP
PCM
(BAT)
RTD
(BAT)
F
A/C COMP
HDLPS
TURN/HAZ
DRL
DRL
HTD W/S
IGN
OFF
L HDLP
LO
I
R HDLP
LO
Ignition Control Module
I
L HDLP HI
R HDLP HI
I
I
TRANSECS
Sensing
&
Diagnostic
Module
Powertrain Control Module (PCM); PASS-KeymII Decode llodule
1,4,6
and
7
Fuel Injectors
2,3,5
and
8
Fuel Injectors
A/C Refrigerant Pressure Switch;
Transaxle
Range
Switch;
Stop/BTSI/Cruise
Brake
Switch;
Instrument Panel Cluster; Keyless
Entry Module; DiagnosticEnergy Reserve
Module (Derm);
Cornering Lamps;
Tbrn/Hazard
Switch
Assy;
Chime
Module;
Headlamp Switch;
Twilight Sentinel/DRL Module
Fuel
Pump;
Oil Pressure Switch;
Powertrain Control Module
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
Road
Sensing
Suspension
(RSS)
Module
N
C
Compressor
Clutch
Headlamp Dimmer
Switch; Headlamp Relay “D” (Engine Comp.
Micro
Relay Center); DRL Headlamp Relay
“E’
(with
Daytime
Running
Lamps);
Powers
C13
Stop/BTSI/Cruise
Switch; Sto lamp
SwitchCapacitor; Anti-Slip
Regulation
(ASR)S
Traction
8ontrol
Hazard Flasher; Turn
Flasher
Relay;
Turn
Flasher
Module
Daytime
Running
Lamps (Canada)
Left and Right
Lo-Beam Headlamp (Canada)
Heated Windshield Control Module
Instrument Panel Cluster
Left Lo-Beam Headlamu
(PCM)
Right
Lo-Beam Headlamp
Left
Hi-Beam Headlamp
Right
Hi-Beam Headlamp
Rear Defogger
Relay; Electronic Level Control (ELC); Heated
Windshield; Heater and A/C Programmer; Cruise Control
Extended
Travel
Brake
Switch;
Powertrain
Control
Module
(PCM);
Cooling
Fan
Relays
1,2
and
3;
Front
and
Rear
Heated Oxygen Sensor
Power Steering Pressure Switch;
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
Valve;
Transaxle
Shift
Solenoids
A
&
B; Evaporative
Emission
Control Solenoid; Powertrain Control Module (PCM); Torque
Converter Clutch
Solenoid; TCC Brake
Switch
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-
LH
MAXI
FUSE
BLOCK
FUSE/CIRCUIT
BREAKER
(C.B.)
IGN
1
(Fuse)
BODY
1
(Fuse)
SEATSIHORN
(C.B.)
ELECTRONICS
(Fuse)
BODY
2
(Fuse)
IGN
3
(Fuse)
USAGE
Retained
Accessory
Power (Radiowipers); Starter;
Trunk
Comp.
Fuses
B11
and
B13
Engine
Comp.
B11;
Road
Sensing
Suspension; Fog Lamps;
Trunk
Comp.
Fuses
C1,
C3,
C5,
C7,
C9 and
C11;
Trunk
Comp.
Fuse
C13
(Export);
Rear Fog
Lamp (Export)
Left
and
Right
Power
Seat
Switches;
Left
and
Right
Lumbar
Relays;
Power
Door
Locks;
Keyless
Entry
Module;
Horns;
Fuel
Door
Release
Switch;
Trunk
Release
Switch
Powertrain
Control
Module
(PCM);
Electronic
Climate
Control;
RAP/llluminated
Entry
Module;
Instrument
Panel
Cluster;
PASS-KeyW
Decoder
Module;
Theft
Deterrent
Left
and
Right
Heated
Seats;
Electronic
Level
Control
(ELC);
Trunk
Lid
Pull
Down;
Power Antenna;
Rear
Defogger;
Left
and
Right
Mirror
Defoggers
Retained Accessory
Power (AstroroofPower Windows);
Engine
Comp.
Fuses
Dl,
D3
andD5;
Trunk
Comp.
Fuses Ai, A3,
A5,
A7
and A9
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RH
MAXI"
FUSE
BLOCK
I
~
FUSE/CIRCUIT
BREAKER (C.B.)
DAB
(C.B.)
RADIO (Fuse)
COOLING
FANS
(Fuse)
HVAC BLOWER
(Fuse)
ABS
BRAKES
(Fuse)
EXT
LAMPS (Fuse)
USAGE
Retained Accessory
Power (RAP)(Astroroof/Power Windows)
Delco-Bose
TM
Speakers; Radio Control
Cooling
Fans
HVAC
Power
Motor;
A/C
Compressor
Brake
Pressure Modulator Valve
Turn Flasher Module; Hazard Flasher; Stop/BTSI/Cruise
Brake
Switch;
Parking
Lamps;
Daytime
Running
Lamps
(Canada);
Engine Comp.
Fuses
B1,
B3
and B5;
Trunk Comp.
Fuses Dl1 and
Dl3
Rear
Compartment Fuse
Block
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CNSL
FAN
CIGAR
BODY
2
r
L PRK LP
I
R PRK LP
I
RAD
(BAT)
I
ANT/TRK
PLD
Rear
Compartment
Fuse
Block
(Continued)
1
FUSE
c
m
I.
-.
-.
-.
-.
-.
-.
-3
-
Headlamps
USAGE
Rear Blower Motor; Rear Blower
Relay
Front Cigarette Lighter; Chime
Module
Power Mirror Switch;
RAP
Relay;
Lock-Out Inhibit Relay
“B”
(Trunk
Comp.
1
Micro
Relay Center); Panel
Lights Inhibit Relay
“F”
(Trunk
Comp.
3
Micro
Relay Center)(Export); Courtesy
Lamps
Relay
“C”
(Trunk
Comp.
2
Micro
Relay Center);
RAP
Relay
“E”
(Trunk
Comp.
2
Micro
Relay Center); Keyless Entry Module;
Trunk
Lamp; Seat Belt Retractor Solenoids
Front Door Lock
Switches;
Glove
Box
Lam
;
Left
and
Right
Footwell
Courtesy
Lamps; Headlamp Switc
R
Left and Right Front Header Lamp; Left and
Ri
ht Vanity
Mirror;
Garage Door Opener; Left and Right Rear Hea
f
er Lamps
Left Rear Tail/Stop/Turn
Lamps;
Left Front Park/Turn
Lamps;
Front and Rear Left
Side Marker Lamps; Radio Control Head;
Headlamp Switch; Instrument Panel Cluster
Right Tail/Stop/Tlurn Lamps;
Right Front and Rear Side Marker
Lamps;
RightFront Park and Turn
Lamps;
Engine
Comp.
Lamp;
License Plate Lamps
Radio
Trunk
Lid
Pull
Down Motor; Power Antenna
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Passengers Heated Seat
Driver’s Heated Seat
The
headlamp wiring has
an individual fuse which is powered by a
MAXI”
fuse.
An
electrical overload in the
headlamp wiring
may cause
your headlamps
to
go
off and
remain off. You
will need to have your
Cadillac serviced immediately.
Windshield Wipers
The
windshield wiper motor is powered by a
MAXI
TM
fuse.
An
electrical
overload in the
motor wiring
may cause your wipers
to
stop working. If
this happens
you
will need
to have your Cadillac serviced.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit breakers in the fuse
panel
protect
the
power windows and
other
power accessories. When the
current
load is too heavy (such
as
a switch being
held on with the window completely up), the circuit breaker
opens
and
closes, protecting
the
circuit until the problem
is
fixed or the
load
is removed.
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