Cadillac Eldorado - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac Eldorado - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Testing
the
Alarm
1.
From inside the vehicle. roll down
the
window, then
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 remote
keyless
entry
transmitter
and close the door. Wait
30
seconds
until
the
SECURITY
light 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
vehicle
serviced.
To
reduce the possibility of
theft,
always activate
the
theft-deterrent system when leaving your vehicle.
Valet
Lockout
Button
Pressing the
VALET
button
located inside the glove
box will disable the use
of
the power trunk, fuel
door and garage
door
openers. Pressing this
button again will make
these
features reusable.
Locking the glove box with
the
door key will also
help
to secure your vehicle.
Note that the
remote keyless entry transmitter can't be
used
to
open
the
trunk
or
fuel door if the
VALET
button
is pressed in.
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Your vehicle
is
equippea
with the PASS-Key
I1
theft-deterrent system.
PASS-Key
I1
is a passive
system.
The system is
armed when the key is
removed from the ignition.
PASS-Key
I1
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
during
this
lockout
period will
not start the car,
even with the correct key.
If the engine does
not
start
and the STARTING
DISABLED REMOVE
KEY
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 dealer
or a
locksmith for key service.
If the STARTING DISABLED REMOVE
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 dealer for
service.
If
the THEFT SYSTEM PROBLEM,
CAR
MAY
NOT
START message is
displayed
during
vehicle
operation, a fault has been detected
in
the system.
This
means the PASS-Key
I1
system
is
disabled and is
not
protecting the vehicle. The
vehicle usually restarts. See
your dealer
for service.
If
an ignition key is
lost
or damaged, see your dealer
or
a locksmith
to
have a new key made.
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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.
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam Changer
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.
Flash-To-Pass
This lets
you
use the high-beam headlamps to signal
the driver in front
of
you
that
you want to pass.
Pull the
turn
signal lever toward
you
to
use. When
you
do:
0
0
0
If
the headlamps are
either
off
or in the Daytime
Running Lamps
(DRL)
mode, the high-beam
headlamps will turn
on.
They’ll stay
on
as long
as you hold the lever there. Release the lever
to
turn
them off.
If the headlamps are
on
low beam, they will shift
to
high beam and stay there. Pull the lever toward
you
to return to low beam.
If the headlamps are
on
high beam,
they
will switch
to low beam.
To
return to high beam. pull
the
lever
toward you.
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Headlamp
Wiring
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.
Windshield
Wiper Fuses
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.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
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.
MaxiFusesmelay
Center
The
MaxiFuses
and
relays are located next
to
the engine
compartment
fuse block
on
the driver's side
of
the
engine.
To
access
the
compartment fuse block, remove
the
shroud,
cover.
If
a
MaxiFuse should blow,
have
your
vehicle
serviced by your
dealer
immediately.
RELAY
CENTER
IDENTIFICATION
(W
INDOWS
)
RELAY
Fuse
BODY
1
BODY
2
BODY
3
Usage
Road Sensing Suspension (RSS) Fuse
(ETC
Only), Convenience Fuse, BATT
Fuse, Antenna Fuse, Passenger and
Driver
Seat Belt Comfort Solenoids,
Trunk and Fuel Door Release
Solenoids and Relays,
Door
Lock/Unlock Relays,
Damper Relay
(ETC
Only),
Parking
Lamp Relay,
Right
and
Left Park Fuse, Rear Fog
Lamp Relay (Export)
Defog Relay, Pull-Down Fuse, Right
and
Left
Heated Seat
Fuse,
Electronic
Level
Control (ELC) Fusemelay,
Antenna
Fuse, Heated Mirror
Fuse,
Heated Backlite
Fuse,
Electronic
Level,
Control Breaker
Controlled Power 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, Comfort
Fuse, AMP (Bose
Only)
Fuse,
Right and Left Bose Relay
Fuse
Usage
INADVERT
Inadvertent Power Relay, Interior
Lamps
Fuse,
Cigarette Lighter-
1
Fuse,
Courtesy Lamp Relay
LAMPS
IGN
1
Headlamps Fusemelay, High/Low
Beam Control Relay, Fog Lamp
Fuse,
DlU
Fuse, Hazard Fuse, Mirror Fuse,
Inadvertent
Power Relay, Right and
Left High-Beam Fuse,
Right and Left
Low-Beam
Fuse,
Stop
Fuse,
Fog
Lamp
Relay, DRL Relay
Rear Ignition-
1
Relay, Wiper Fuse,
Relay Ignition-
1
Fuse, Supplemental
Inflatable
Restraint
(SIR)
Fuse,
Accessory Relay
WINDOWS
Delayed Accessory Bus (DAB) Relay
SEATS
BATT
3
BATT
2
Horn
Relay, Driver and Passenger
Lumbar IdOut Relays,
Driver and
Passenger Up/Down Relays
Steering Column Ignition Switch
Steering Column Ignition Switch
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Fuse
IGN
1”
BATT
1
BRAKES
Usage
Front and Rear Ignition-
1
Relay,
Oxygen Sensor
1
and
2
Fuse, Fuel
Fuse, Cruise Fuse,
DFU
Relay, Front
and Rear Fog Lamp Relay, Control
Power Back-up Relay, Ignition-
1
Fuse,
Fuel Pump Relay
Starter Relay and Solenoid, ParldXev
Fuse, Park Relay, PCM Fuse, AC
Compressor Fuse and Relay,
Fan
Relays, Reverse Relay
ABS
Brake Modulator
COOL
FNS
Cooling Fan Relays
1
and
3
*
Do
not alter
OBD
I1
related fuses
or circuit breakers.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
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
or
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
fuse block.
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Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
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LPS
INT
LPS
CIG
LTRl
,
HDLPS
I
I
HAZARD
,
I
STOP
,
I
MIRROR
I
I
DRL
,
IGh
O(ENG)
WIPERS
FUSE
CENTER
IDENTIFICATION
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A X
COMP
PCM(BAT)
PARK/REV
AIC
COMP
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RELAY
ECS
PCM(IGN)
DIS
CRUISE
INJ
INJ
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The
fuse block is located next to the air cleaner
on
the
driver’s
side
of
the
engine.
Lift
the cover
to
gain
access.
Fuse
COR
LPS
INT
LPS
Usage
Cornering Lamp
Switch,Right
and
Left Cornering Lamps
Trunk
Lamp, Courtesy Lamps,
Front Vanity Lamps, Glove Box
Lamp, Garage
Door
Opener,
Courtesy Lamp Relay
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Fuse
CIG
LTR1
L HDLP
LO
R HDLP
LO
L HDLP
HI
R
HDLP
HI
FOG
HDLPS
HAZARD
Usage
Front and Rear Cigarette
Lighters
(Full Console Only)
Left Low-Beam Headlamp
Right Low-Beam Headlamp
Left High-Beam Headlamp
Right High-Beam Headlamp
Front
Fog
Lamp Relay, Right
and
Left
Front
Fog Lamps
Headlamp Relay, High/Low-Beam
Control Relay, Right and Left
Low/High-Beam Fuses
Electronic
Flasher Module,
Turn/Hazard Switch, Right and Left
Front
Turn
Lamps, Right and Left
Rear
Turn
Lamps, Right and Left
Repeater Lamps (Export), Cluster
Fuse
STOP
MIRROR
DRL
Usage
Stoplamp Switch, Centered
High-Mounted Stoplamp (CHMSL),
Turn
Hazard Switch, ABS
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 Lamp (DRL)
Relay, Left and Right Low Beam
in
DHL Mode, DRL Switch
IGN
0
(ENG)*
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
ABS
IGN-
1
Anti-Lock Brake System
(ABS)/Traction Control System
Rear Ignition-
1 Relay, Front
Fog
Lamp Relay, Rear
Fog
Lamp Relay
(Export),
Controlled Power Power
Relay,
DRL
Relay
6-60
Fuse
WIPERS
A/C COMP
PCM
(BAT)*
PARWREV
ECS*
PCM
(IGN)*
Usage
Accessory Relay, Wiper Switch
AC Compressor Relay, Cooling Fan
Relays
I ,
2.3,
Compressor Clutch
PCM
TCC and Exterior Travel Brake
Switch, Reverse Relay, Right and
Left Back-up Lamps,
Electrochromic Mirror
(in
Header).
Park Relay, Brake Transaxle-
Shift Interlock (BTSI) Switch,
BTSI,
PZM
Transaxle
Shift
Solenoids,
Mass
Aifflow, Canister Purge, PCM,
Linear Exhaust Gas Recirculation
(EGR), Front Ignition-
1
Relay,
Torque Converter
Powertrain Control
Module
(PCM)
Fuse
DIS
*
CRUISE
INJ*
INJ*
Usage
Electronic Ignition Control Module
Stepper Motor Cruise
Control,
Power Steering Pressure
Switch,
Low Refrigerant Pressure Cutoff
Switch, Park
Relay
Injectors
1,4.
6,
7
Injectors
2.
3.
5,
8
FUEL PUMP*
PCM,
Fuel
Pump Relay,
Fuel
Pump
OXY
SEN1
*
Oxygen Sensor Front,
CAT
Front
Oxygen Sensor
OXY
SEN2*
*Oxygen Sensor Rear.
Catalytic Converter (CAT)
Rear Oxygen Sensor
*
Do
not alter
OBD
I1
related fuses
or
circuit breakers.
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Rear
Compartment
Fuse
Block
The fuse block is located on
the front wall
of the trunk
(behind the rear
seat) on the driver’s
side. Loosen the
four trunk trim fasteners and pull the trim away from the
fuse block
to
gain access.
Fuse
RSS
IGN
0-BODY
1
RLY
~
IGN
1
SIR
ELC
TU::
C
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:
;
:
n ~ n n ~ n ~
0 ~ ~ 0 ~ 0
0 ~ ~ ~ 0 0
IGN
0-BODY
COMFORT
HTO
BACKLT
HTD
MIR
HTD
SEAT
R
HTD
SEAT
L
PULL
DOWN
ANTENNA
,
,
RSS
,
lCONVENCl
,
B A n
I
I
RSS
,
,
RT
PARK
I
I
LT
PPRK
,
RADIO’PHONE
CLJSTER
Fuse
RLY
IGNl*
SIR
ELC
TURN
CONSOLE
Usage
Cluster,
Cruise
in
Stalk,
PZM
SDM
Electronic Level Control (ELC)
Relay, ELC
(AC) Compressor
Electronic Flasher,
Turn/Hazard Switch
Rear Zone Blower, Right and Left
Heated Seat Switches
(Optional)
Usage
Road Sensing Suspension (RSS)
(ETC
Only)
PRNDL, PZM, Cluster, Air
Control Module
(ACM), Upper
Zone Motor, Lower Zone Motor
(Optional),
HVAC
Solenoids,
Climate Control Panel Analog
Cluster (Console Shift
Only),Rear
Defog Relay, ELC Relay
COMFORT
CD Player, Remote Keyless Entry
( R E ) ,
Controlled Power Relay,
Air Control Module (ACM),
PZM
AMP (Bose
Right and Left
Hand
Bose Relay,
Only)
(Optional)
Right and
Left
Front
Speakers
(On
Door),
Right and Left Rear
Speakers,
Bose Amplifier
PZM
PZM
RADIOmHONE
Radio Receiver, Radio Interface
Module
(RIM)
(Bose Only),
Phone.
DAB
Relay, Trunk Release
Relay. Fuel Door Release Relay,
HighLow-Beam Relay
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Fuse
CLUSTER
ACC
Usage
Steering Wheel Controls,
Cluster
PZM,
Electrochromic
Mirror,
Rain Sensor
(Optional
j.
Accessory
Relay
HTD BACKLT
Rear Window Defog
HTD MIR
HTD SEAT
R
HTD
SEAT'L
PULL DOWN
ANTENNA
RSS
CONVENC
Right and Left
Outside
Heated Mirror
Passenger
Heated
Seat
Relay
(Optional)
Driver
Heated
Seat
Relay
(Optional)
Trunk Pull-Down
Motor
Power
Mast
Antenna
Road Sensing
Suspension
Module
(ETC Only)
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
Fuse
BATT
RSS
RT
PARK
LT
PARK
Usage
Driver and Passenger
Seat
Lumbar
Switch
(Optional
jl.
Driver
and
Passenger
Seat Belt Comfort
Solenoid, Memory Seat
Module
CV-RTD (CV-RSS) (ETC
Only)
Headlamp
Switch,
Right
Front
Parking
Lamp,
Right
Front
and
Rear
Sidemarker
Lamps,
Right
Park
Position
Lamp
(Export),
Right Turn/Stop/TTail Lamps, Rear
Fog
Lamp Relay (Export),
Right
and Left Rear Fog Lamps
(Export)
Left
Front and Rear
Sidemarker
Lamps, Left Front Parking
Lamp,
Left Park Position
Lamp
(Export),
Left Turn/Stopi'"ail Lamps,
Right
and Left License
Lamps,
Underhood
Lamp
*
Do
not alter
OBD
I1
related
fuses
or
circuit
breakers.
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