Buick Riviera - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Buick Riviera - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

If
a
door
or
the
trunk
is opened
without
the
key
or
Remote
Keyless
Entry
System,
the
alarm
will
go
off.
It
will
also
go
off
if
the
trunk
lock or
door
locks
are
damaged.
Your
vehicle’s
lamps
will
flash and the horn
will
sound
for
several
minutes,
then
will
go
off
to
save
battery
power.
Remember,
the
theft-deterrent
system
won’t
be
activated
if
you
lock
the doors
with
a
key
or
manual
door
lock.
It only
activates
if
you
use
a
power
door
lock
switch
or
Remote
Keyless
Entry
System. You should
also
remember
that
you can start your
vehicle
with
the
correct
ignition
key
if
the
alarm
has
been
set
off,
but
this
does
not
shut
off
the alarm.
Here’s
how to avoid setting
off
the alarrn
by
accident:
0
If
you
don’t
want
to activate the theft-deterrent
system,
lock
the
door
either using
a
key
or
the
manual
door
lock switch.
Always
unlock
a
door
with
a
key,
or
use
the
Remote
Keyless
Entry
System.
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 alarrn
won’t
stop
if
you
try
to
unlock
a
door
any
other
way.
Testing
the
Alarm
The alarm
can
be
tested
by
first having
the
driver’s
window
down.
Activate
the
system
by
locking
the
doors
with
the
power
door
lock
switch
or
the Remote
Keyless
Entry
System. Get out of the car and
close
the
door
and
wait for the
SECURITY
light
to
go
out.
Then
reach
in
through
the
window,
unlock
the
door
with
the manual
door
lock,
and
open
the
door.
This should
set
off
the alarm.
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 “Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in the Index.
To reduce the possibility of theft,
always
activate
the
theft-deterrent
system
when
leaving
your
vehicle.
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Your vehicle
is
equipped
with
the
PASS-Key
I1
(Personalized
Automotive
Security
System)
theft-deterrent
system.
PASS-Key
I1
is a
passive
theft-deterrent
system.
It works
when
you
insert
or
remove
the
key
from
the
ignition.
PASS-Key
I1
uses
a
resistor
pellet
in
the
ignition
key
that
matches
a
decoder
in
your
vehicle.
When
the
PASS-Key
11
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
an, the
key
may
be
dirty
or
wet.
Turn
the
ignition
off.
Clean
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
fuse
(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
Buick
dealer
or
a
locksmith
who
can
service
the
PASS-Key
11.
If
you
accidentally
use
a
key
that
has
a
damaged
or
missing
resistor
pellet,
the
starter
won’t
work.
The
SECURITY
light
will
flash.
But
you
don’t
have
to
wait
three
minutes
before
trying
another
ignition
key.
See
your
Buick
dealer
or
a
locksmith
wno
can
service
the PASS-Key
I1
to
have
a
new
key
made.
If
you’re
ever
driving
and
the
SECURITY
light
comes
on,
you
will
be
able
to
restart
your
engine
if
you
turn
it
off.
Your
PASS-Key
11
system,
however,is not
working
properly
and
must
be
serviced
by
your
Buick
dealer.
Your
vehicle
is
not
protected
by
the
PASS-Key
IT
system.
If
you
lose
or
damage
a
PASS-Key
I1
ignition
key,
see
your
Buick
dealer
or
a
locksmith
who
can
service
PASS-Key
I1
to
have
a
new
key
made.
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L
An
mow
on
the
instrument
panel
will
flash
in
the
direction of the
turn
or
lane
change.
To signal
a
lane
change,
just raise
or
lower
the
lever
until
the
arrow
starts
to
flash.
Hold
it there
until
you
complete
your
lane
change.
The
lever will
return
by
itself
when
you
release
it.
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,
replace
it to
help
avoid
an
accident.
If
the arrows
don’t
go
on at
all
when
you
signal
a
turn,
check
the
fuse
and
check
for burned-out
bulbs. See “Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index.
Turn
Signal
Reminder
If your
turn
signal
is
left
on
for more
than
3/4
of a
mile,
a
chime
will
sound.
To
turn
off
the
chime,
move
the
turn
signal
lever
to
the
off
position.
Electrical
System
Add-on Electrical
Equipment
NOTICE:
Don’t
add
anything
electrical
to your
Buick
unless
you
check
with
your
dealer
first.
Some
electrical
equipment
can
damage
your
vehicle
and
the
damage
wouldn’t
be
covered
by
your
warranty.
Some add-on electrical
equipment
can
keep
other
components
from
working
as
they
should.
Your vehicle has
an
air
bag
system.
Before
attempting
to
add
anything
electrical
to
your
Buick,
see “Servicing
Your
Air
Bag-Equipped
Buick” in the Index.
Headlamp
Wiring
The headlamp
wiring
is
protected
by
a
circuit
breaker.
An
electrical
overload
will
cause
the
lamps
to
go
on and
off,
or
in
some
cases
to
remain
off.
If this
happens,
have
your
headlamp
wiring
checked
right
away.
Windshield
Wiper
Fuses
The windshield
wiper
motor
is
protected
by
a
circuit
breaker
and
a
fuse. If the motor overheats
due
to
heavy
snow, etc., the wiper
will
stop
until
the motor
cools.
If
the overload
is
caused
by
some
electrical
problem
and
not
snow, etc., be
sure
to
get
it
fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit
breakers
in
the
fuse
panel
protect
the
power
w
and
other
power
accessories.
When
the
current
load
is
to
heavy,
the
circuit
breaker
opens
and
closes,
protecting
the
circuit
until
the
problem
is
fixed
or
goes
away.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The
wiring
circuits
in
your
vehicle
are
protected
from
short
circuits
by
a
combination
of
fuses
and
circuit
breakers.
Look
at
the
silver-colored
band
inside
the
fuse.
If
the
band
is
broken
or
melted,
replace
the
fuse.
Be
sure
you
replace
a bad
fuse
with a new
one
of
the
identical
size
and
rating.
If
you
ever
have
a
problem
on
the
road
and
don’t
have
a
spare
fuse,
you
can
“borrow”
one that
has
the
same
amperage.
Just
pick
some
feature of your
vehicle
that
you can get
along
without
--
like the radio
or
cigarette
lighter
--
and
use
its fuse
if
it
is
the correct
amperage.
Replace
it
as soon
as
you
can.
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1
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
There
is
a fuse panel
located
at
the
end
of
the
instrument
panel
near
the
driver’s
door.
There
is
an
underhood
electrical
center
and
two
other
fgse
panels
located
under
the
rear
seat.
OXYGEN
SENSOR
I
TMNSS
I
C/LTR
1
j__l
CRUISE
LHEXT
LPS
FLAT
PACK
MTR
kl
BLOWER
6-62
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Usage
Air
Bag
Injectors
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
Left Exterior Lamps
Turn Signal Lamps
Oxygen
Sensor
Climate
Control
Right
Exterior
Lamps
HVAC Relay
MAF
Auxiliary
Power
Interior
Lamps
Chime
TMNSS
Fuse
15
.16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Usage
Cruise
Control
Perimeter
Lights
Not
Used
Not
Used
Radio
Cooling
Fan
Not
Used
Not
Used
Windshield
Wipers
Flat
Pack
Motor
PCM
Cigarette
Lighter
Crank
HVAC Blower
6-63
Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
COOLING
FAN
#2
1
I
r-
L
COOLJNG
FAN #3
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Usage
Air
Conditioning
Compressor
Not
Used
Not
Used
Horn
Not
Used
Not
Used
Cooling Fan
#2
Cooling
Fan
#3
Cooling Fan
ABS
Main
ABS
Pump
Motor
Not
Used
Horn
Not
Used
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Under
Rear
Seat
Fuse
Block
I
OPEN
TRUNK
1
I
I
OPEN
I
I
F/l”P
I
I
UNLOCK
DDOOR
DEFG
-
RR
#2
DAP
ACSRY
DEFG
-
RR
#1
OPEN
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7- 10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17-22
23
24
Usage
Open
Electronic
Level
Control
Trunk
Release
Relay
Not
Used
Fuel
Pump
Relay
Driver
Door
Unlock
Relay
Not
Used
Rear
Defogger
Relay
(Upper
Zone)
Rear
Defogger
Relay
(Lower
Zone)
Not
Used
spare
Spare
Spare
Not
Used
Direct
Accessory
Power
-
Accessory
Open
1
Under Rear Seat Fuse
Block
!
HDLP
CB
WAC
BLO
MTR
Fuse
1-2
3
4
5-6
7
8-9
10
11
12-13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Usage
Spare
Open
Breaker
-
Power
Windows/Sunroof
Spare
Open
Spare
Open
Breaker
-
Power
Seats
Spare
Open
Power
Steering
Breaker-Headlamps
WAC Blower
Motor
Powertrain
Control
ModulePASS-Key
II
Ignition
3
Ignition
1
Rear
Defogger
Tmnk
and
Fuel
Door
Releases
Electronic Level Control
Fuse
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
3.3
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Usage
Heated
Seats/Instrument
Panel
Exterior
Lamps
Open
Power
Door
Locks
Interior
Lamps
Hazard
Lamps/S
toplamps
Open
Open
Fuel
Door
Release
Trunk
Release
Battery
Thermistor
Instrument Panel #2
Instrument
Panel
#1
Heated
Seats
Fuel
Pump
Open
Defog
2
Defog
1
Parking
Lamps
Removing the
Rear
Seat Cushion
To access
the
battery
and
main
fuse boxes, the rear
seat
cushion
must
be
removed.
You
may
wish to have
your
dealer do this for you.
NOTICE:
The
battery
and
main
fuse boxes are located
under
the
rear
seat
cushion. The battery’s
ground
terminal
and some relay wires are exposed. To
help avoid
damage
to
the
battery
and
wires,
be
careful when removing or reinstalling
the
seat
cushion.
Do
not
remove
covers
from
covered
parts.
Do
not store
anything
under
the
seat,
as
objects
could
touch
exposed wires and
cause
a
short.
i
TO
Remove the
Rear
Seat Cushion
1.
Pull
up
on
the
front of the
cushion
to
release
the
front hooks.
2. Pull
the
cushion
up
and
out
toward
the front of
the
vehicle.
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