Cadillac Eldorado - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac Eldorado - 1997 Fuse Box Diagram

1.
From inside
the
vehcie, roll down the window, then
b
Get out
of
the vehicle, keeping the
door open.
2.
From
outside
of
the vehicle, with the door open, lock
the vehicle using the power
door
lock
or
the
RKE
system and close the door.
Wait
30
seconds until the
SECURITY
lamp
goes
off.
3.
Reach
in
and
unlock
the door
using
the
manual lock
and
open the door. The
horn
will
sound
and
the
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
Fuses
and
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
activate
the
optional
theft-deterrent
system
when
leaving
your
vehicle.
Pressing
the
VALET
button
located inside the glove
box
will
disable
the
use
of.
the
trunk, fuel door
and garage’
~
door opener.
Pressing
this
button again will
make
these features reusable.
Locking
the glove
box
witk
the door key
will
also
help
to
secure your vehicle.
Note
that
the
RKE
transmitter can’t
be
used
to
open
th
trunk
or
fuel
door
if
the
VALET
button is
pressed in.
2
Your vehicle
is
equipped
with
the
BASS-Key
I1
theft-deterrent
system.
PASS-Key
I1
is a passive
system.
The
system
is
m
e
d
when
the
key
is
removed from the ignition.
BASS-Key
11
uses a resistor pellet
in
the
ignition key
that
is
read
by
the
system in
your
vehicle.
If
the
key
resistor
matches the code stored
in
the
vehicle
system,
the
vehicle’s
fuel
and
starting systems
will be enabled.
If
an incorrect
key
is
used,
the
vehicle’s
fuel
and starting
systems are disabled for three
minutes.
Additional
attempts Curing this
lockout
period
will
not
start
the
car,
even
with
the correct key.
If
the engine does
not
start
and
the
“STARTING
DISABLED
DUE
TO
THEFT
SYSTEM,
REMOVE
IGNITION
K E Y
message is displayed
in
the
Driver
Information Center,
your
key
should
be
checked for
damage. Starting may
be
attempted with
an undamaged
key
immediately. See your Cadillac dealer
or
a
locksmith
for key service.
If
the
“STARTING DISABLED
DUE
TO
THEFT
SYSTEM,
REMOVE
IGNITION
KEY”
and
“WAIT
3
MINUTES”
messages
are displayed,
the
key
should
be cleaned. After
three minutes,
try
again.
A
“START
CAR” message
will
appear at this time.
If
the
engine
still does not start, wait
three
minutes
and
try
a duplicate
key.
At
this
time,
fuses
should be
checked (see “Fuses
and Circuit Breakers”
in
the
Index).
If
the
engine does
not
start
with
the duplicate key,
your
vehicle needs
service. See your Cadillac dealer for service.
If
the “THEFT
SYSTEM
PROBLEM”
message
is
displayed during vehicle operation, your vehicle needs
servicing. Your vehicle
will
restart
if
you turn it off,
however,
your
vehicle
may
be unprotected.
See
your
Cadillac dealer for service.
If
an ignition key
is
lost
or
damaged, see your Cadillac
dealer
or
a
locksmith
to
have
a
new
key
made.
To
signal
a
turn,
move
the
lever
all
the
way up or down.
The
lever
returns
automatically
when
the
turn
is
complete.
An
arrow on the instrument
panel
will flash in the
direction of
the
turn or
lane change.
Raise or lower the
lever
until the arrow starts
to
flash to
signal a lane change. Hold
it
there until
the
lane change
is
complete. The lever returns when
it’s released.
If
the turn signal is left
an,
a warning
chime
will sound
and the
DIC
will
display
TURN
SIGNAL
ON
(after
driving about a mile) to
remind you
to turn it
off.
Arrows that flash
rapidly
when signaling for a turn or
lane change may
be caused by a burned out signal bulb.
Other drivers won’t see the
turn
signal.
Replace burned-out
bulbs
to help avoid possible
accidents. Check the fuse (see “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers”
in
the
Index)
and for burned-out
bulbs
if
the
arrow fails to
work
when signaling
a
turn.
Pull
the
turn signal lever all
the way toward
you and
then
release
it
to change the
headlamps
from
low beam
to
high or from high beam
to
low. This light
on
the
instrument
panel
will
be
on,
indicating
high
beam
usage.
NOTICE:
Don’t
add
anything
electrical
to
your
Cadillac
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 vehcle
has
an
air bag system. Before attempting ta
add anything electrical to your Cadillac, see “Servicing
Your
Air Bag-Equipped Cadillac”
in
the Index.
The headlamp wiring has an individual fuse which is
powered by a MaxiFuse? An electrical overload will
cause the
lamps
to
go
on
and
off,
or
in
some cases to
remain
off.
If this happens,
have
the headlamp
wiring
checked right away.
MaxiFuse is
a
registered trademark
of
Little Fuse
Incorporated.
The
windshield wiper motor
is
powered by
a
MaxiFuse.
If
the motor overheats due to heavy snow,
etc., the
wipers
will stop until
the motor cools.
If
the overload
is caused
by
some electrical problem,
be
sure to have
it
fixed.
Circuit breakers protect
the
power windows
and other
power accessories.
When
the current load is too heavy,
the
circuit breaker opens and closes, protecting
the
circuit
until
the problem
is
fixed or goes
away.
The MaxiFuses and relays
are
located
next
to
the engine
compartment fuse block
on
the driver’s
side
of
the
engine. If a
MaxiFuse should blow,
have
your vehicle
serviced by
your Cadillac dealer immediately.
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RELAY
CENTER
IDENTIFICATION
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RELAY
Fuse
BODY
1
BODY
2
BODY
3
usage
Real Time Dampening (RTD)
Fuse,
Convenience Fuse, BATT Fuse,
Passenger and Driver Seat Belt
Comfort Solenoids, Trunk and Fuel
Door
Release Solenoids
and
Relays,
Door LocWnlock Relays,
DPR
Relay
(ETC
Only),
Park
Lamp
Relay, Right and Left Park
Fuse,
Rear
Fog
Lamp Relay
Defog Relay,
Pull-Down Fuse,
Right
and Left Heated Seat Fuse,
Electronic Level Control
(ELC)
FuseRelay, Antenna Fuse, Heated
Mirror
Fuse
Controlled Bower
Relay, Controlled
Power Back-up Relay, Cluster Fuse,
Platform Zone Module (PZM)
Fuse,
Radio Fuse,
DAB
Relay,
Trunk
and
Fuel
Door
Release Relay,
High
Beam Relay,
C0mf01-t
Fuse,
Controlled Power Relay,
AMP
Bose
Qnly Fuse,
Right
and
Left Bose Relay
Fuse
INADVERT
LAMPS
____~
IGN 1
WINDOWS
SEATS
Usage
Inadvertent Power Relay,
Interior Lamps
Fuse,
Cigarette Lighter-
1
Fuse
Headlamp
Wash
Relay
(Export),
Headlamps FuseRelay,
High/Low
Beam
Control
Relay,
Fog
LampDRL
Fuse,
Hazard
Fuse,
Mirror
Fuse,
Inadvertent
Power
Relay,
Right
and
Left
High
Beam
Fuse,
Right
and
Left
Low
Beam
Fuse,
Stop
Fuse,
Fog
LampDRL Relays
Rear
Ignition-1 Relay,
Wiper Fuse,
Relay Ignition-
1
Fuse, Supplemental
Inflatable Restraint (SIR) Fuse,
Accessory
Relay
Delayed
Accessory
Bus
(DAB)
Relay
Horn
Relay, Driver and
Passenger
Lumbar IdOut Relays, Driver
and
Passenger Up/Down
Relays
I
Fuse
I
BATT
3
I
BATT
2
I
COOL
ms
Usage
Steering Column Ignition Switch
Steering Column Ignition Switch
Front and
Rear Ignition- 1
Relay,
Oxygen Sensor
1
and
2
Fuse, Fuel
Fuse, Cruise
Fuse,
DRL
Relay,
Front and
Rear
Fog Lamp
Relay,
Control Power Back-up Relay,
Ignition-
1
Fuse
Starter Relay and Solenoid,
Park/Rev Fuse,
Park
Relay,
PCM Fuse,
AC
Compressor
Fuse
and
Relay,
Fan Relay
ABS
Brake
Modulator
Cooling Fan
Relays
1
and
3
*
Do
not alter
OBD
I1
related fuses or circuit breakers.
ses
a
The wiring circuits
in
your
vehicle
are protected from
short circuits by a combination
of
fuses and circuit
breakers.
This
greatly
reduces
the
chance
of
fires caused
by
electrical problems.
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.
Pick
some
feature
of
your
vehicle
that
you
can
get
along
without
--
like
the
radio
OF
cigarette
lighter
--
and
use
its
fuse,
if
it
is
the
correct
amperage.
Replace
it
as
soon
as
you
can.
There
are
two
fuse blocks
in your vehicle: the engine
compartment fuse block
and
the
rear compartment
h s e
block.
The fuse block is located next
to
the air cleaner
on
the
driver’s side of
the engine. Lift the
cover
to
gain access.
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LPS
INT LPS
CIG
LTR1
CIG
LTRP
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L
HDLP LO
R
HDLP
LO
L
HDLP
HI
R
HDLP HI
I
,
HDLPS
I
I
HAZARD
I I
STOP
I
I
MIRROR
I
I
DRL
,
I
I
,
IGN O(ENG)
,
I
,
I
ABS
I
I
IGN
1
I
I
WIPERS
,
I
FUSE
CENTER
IDENTIFICATION
000
A/C
COMP
PCM(BAT)
PRK/REV
A/C
COMP
I
I
Daytime Running Lamps
I
I
CQRLPS
Cornering
Lamp
Switch, Right
and Left Cornering
Lamps
I
Fuse
INT
LPS
CIG
LTR1
CIG
La2
L
HDLP
LO
W
HDLP
LO
L
HDLP
HI
R
HDLP
HI
FOG
m L P s
Usage
Trunk
Lamp, Courtesy Lamps,
Front
Vanity Lamps, Glove
Box
Lamp, Garage Door Opener,
Courtesy
Lamp
Relay
Front and
Rear Cigarette Lighters
(Full Console Only)
Right
and
Left Rear Cigarette
Lighters
Left Low-Beam
Meadlamp
Right
Low-Beam
Weadlamp
Left
High-BeamHeadlamp
Right High-Beam Headlamp
Right
and
Left Front
Fog
Lamp
Relay
Meadlamp
Relay, High/Low Beam
Control Relay, Right and Left
Low/High Beam
Fuses
Fuse
HAZARD
STOP
MIRROR
DIU
Usage
Electronic Flasher Module,
TumEIazard Switch, Right
and Left Front Turn
Lamps,
Right
and
Left
Rear
Turn
Lamps,
Right and Left Repeater
Lamps
(Export),
Cluster
Stoplarnp Switch, Centered
High-Mounted Stoplanlp
(CHMSL),
Turn
Hazard
Switch,
A B S
Controller, Stepper Motor
Cruise Control, Right and Left
Rear Stoplamps (Export)
Inadvertent Power
Relay,
Left
Outside Rearview Mirror Switch,
ALDL,
Memory Mirror Module
Dimmer Switch, Cluster
Daytime Running Lamps
( D m )
Relay, Left and
Right
Low
Beam
in
DRL
Mode,
DIU
Switch
IGN
0
(ENG)*
ABS
IGN-
1
WIPERS
A/C
COMP
A/C COMP
PCM
(BAT)*
Usage
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
Anti-Lock
Brake
System
(ABS)/Traction
Control System
Rear Ignition-1 Relay, Front
and
Rear
Fog
Lamp Relays, Control
Power Back-up,
DRL
Relay
Accessory
Relay,
Wiper Switch
AC Compressor Relay, Cooling
Fan
Relays
1,2,
3,
Compressor
Clutch
AC Compressor
BCM
Fuse
PRWREV
ECS*
PCM
(IGN)*
CRUISE
Usage
TCC
and
Exterior
Travel Brake
Switch, Reverse
Relay,
Right
and
Left Back-up Lamps,
Electrochromatic Mirror
(in
Header), Park
Relay, Brake
Transaxle-Shift Interlock
(BTSI)
Switch,
BTSI,
PZM
Transaxle
Shift
Solenoids,
Mass
Airflow, Canister Purge,
PCM,
Linear Exhaust Gas Recirculation
(EGW),
Front Ignition-
1
Relay
Torque Converter
Powertrain
Control
Module
(PCM)
Electronic
Ignition
Control
Module
Stepper
Motor
Cruise
Control,
Power Steering Pressure Switch,
Low Refrigerant Pressure
Cutoff
Switch,
Park
Relay
*
Do
not alter
OBD
II
related fuses or circuit
breakers.
The fuse block
is located
on
the front wall
of
the
trunk
(behind
the
rear
seat) on the
driver’s side. Lqosen
the
four
trunk
trim
fasteners
and
pull
the
trim
away
from
the
fuse
block
to
gain
access.
RLY
IGN
1
SIR
.
E
L
C
,
.
TURN
1
CONSOLE
I
-
1
BRAKE
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,
ASS
,
IGN
I
0
-BODY
,
I
COMFORT
,
,
AMP
,
,
PZM
I
,
, ,
,
RADIO/PHONE
CLUSTER
HTD
MIR
HTD
SEAT
R
HTD SEAT
L
PULL
DOWN
HDLP
WASH
A C C - - - - - r -
Cluster, Cruise
in
Stalk,
PZM,
Catalytic Converter Overtemp
Amplifier
(Export),
TCC
Switches
E-
I
SDM, Left and
Ftight
Door
Sensor
I
lELc
ELC
Relay,
Auto
Level
Sensor
(Eldorado
Only),
Vacuum Pump,
AEC Sensor
Fuse
TURN
CONSOLE
BRAKE
RSS
IGN
0-BODY
COMFORT
Usage
Electronic
Flasher,
Turn/Hazard
Switch
Rear
Zone
Blower,
Right
and
Left
Heated Seat Switches (Optional)
Vacuum
Pump
(VP)
Relay,
VP
Motor,
VP
Pressure
Switch
CV-RTD
(CV-RSS)
(ETC
Only)
PRNDL,
Dual
Zone
Switch,
PZM,
Cluster,
Air
Control
Module
(ACM),
Upper
Zone
Motor,
Lower
Zone
Motor
(Optional),
W A C
Solenoids,
Climate
Control
Panel
Analog
Cluster
(Console
Shift
Only),
Rear
Defog
Relay,
ELC
Relay
CD
Player,
Remote
Keyless
Entry
(RKE),
Controlled Power Relay,
Air
Control Module
(ACM),
PZM
Fuse
AMP
(Bose
Only)(Qptional)
PZM
RADIOPHONE
CLUSTER
ACC
Usage
Wight and Left Hand Bose Relay,
Right and Left Front Speakers
(Qn
Door),
Right and Left
Rear
Speakers
PZM
Radio Receiver, Radio Interface
Module
(FtM)(Bose
Only),
Phone, DAB
Relay,
Trunk
Release
Relay, Fuel
Door
Release Relay,
HighLow
Beam Relay
Steering Wheel Controls, Cluster
PZM,
Electrochromic Mirror,
Rain Sensor (Optional),
Accessory Relay
1
Fuse
I
I
HTD
SEAT
R
PULL
DOWN
Usage
fight and Left Outside Heated
Mirror
Passenger Heated Seat Relay
(Optional)
Driver Heated Seat Relay
(Optional)
Trunk
Pull-Down Motor
Headlamp Wash Motor
Power
Mast Antenna
CV-RTD Module
(CV-RSS)
(ETC
Only)
Fuse
CONVENC
BATT
RSS
Usage
Trunk Release Relay,
Trunk
Release Solenoid, Fuel Door
Release Relay,
Fuel Filler Door
Release Solenoid, Door
Lock
Relay, Left Front
Door
Motors,
PZM,
Door Unlock
Relay
Driver and Passenger Seat Lumbar
Switch (Optional), Driver
and
Passenger Seat Belt
Comfort
Solenoid,
Memory
Seat
Module
CV-RTD
(CV-RSS)(ETC Only)
Fuse
RT
PA
K
LT
PARK
Usage
Headlarnp Switches, Rear Fog
Lamp
Relay, Right and Left
Rear
Fog
Lamps (Export), Right
Turn/Stop/Tad
Lamps,
Right Front
and Rear Sidemarker Lamps, Rear
Park Lamps, Park Position Lamp
(Export)
Left Front and Rear Sidemarker
Lamps, Front Parking,
Park
Position Lamp (Export) Lamps,
Left Front and Rear Sidemarker
Lamps,
Right and Left Parking
Lamps, Left TudStoplTail
Lamps,
Right
and
Left License
Plate Lamps
*
Do
not alter
OBD
I1
related fuses or circuit breakers.