Cadillac Seville - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac Seville - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

To
arm
the
system,
do
the following:
1.
Open the door.
2.
Lock the door
using
the
power
door
lock
switch
or
the RKE
system
with
the door open. The
SECURITY
light
should
come
on
and
stay
on.
off
within
approximately
30
seconds.
3.
Close all the doors. The SECURITY
light
should
go
When
the
theft
system
activates,
the
horn
will
sound
and
the lamps
willflash for about
30
seconds
when
the
door
or
trunk
is
opened
without
the key
or RISE system.
Remember,
the
theft-deterrent
system
won’t arm if
you
lock
the
doors
with a key
or
use
the manual
door
lock.
It
activates
only
if
you
use
a power
door
lock
switch
with
the
door
open
or
the
RKE
system.
To avoid
activating
the
alarm
by accident:
The vehicle
should
be
locked
with
the
door
key
or
the manual
door
lock
switch
after
the
doorsare
closed
if
you
don’t
want
to arm
the
theft-deterrent
system.
0
Always
unlock a door
with a key
or
use
the
RKE
system.
(Pressing
the unlock
button on the
RKE
transmitter
disables
the
theft-deterrent
system.)
Unlocking a door
any
other
way
will
activate
the
alarm
when a door
or
the
trunk
is opened.
If
you activate
the
alarm
by accident,
unlock
the driver’s
door
with
your
key. You can also
turn
off
the alarm
by
using the unlock
button
of
the RKE
system, or by
starting
the car with
a
valid
key.
Changes
or
modifications
made
to
this
system
by
other
than
an
authorized
service
facility
could
void
authorization
to
use
the theft
system.
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 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
hazard lights 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
arm
the
optional
theft-deterrent
system
when
leaving
your
vehicle.
If when
trying
to
start
the
vehicle,
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.
Turn
the
ignition
off
and
try
again.
If the engine still
does
not
start,
and
the key
appears
to
be
undamaged,
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 engine
still
does
not
start
with
the other
key,
your
vehicle
needs
service.
If
your
vehicle
does
start,
the
first key
may
be
faulty.
See your
dealer
or
a
locksmith
who
can
service
the
PASS-Key
I11
to
have
a
new
key
made.
If
you
are
ever
driving
and
the
SERVICE
THEFT
SYSTEM
message
is
displayed
in
the Driver
Information
Center
or
the
SECURITY
light
comes
on
and
stays
on,
you
will
be
able to
restart
your
engine
if
you
turn
it
off.
Your vehicle
is
not
protected
by
the
111
system
at
this
time. Your
I11
system is not
working
properly
and
must
be
serviced
by
your
dealer.
If
you lose or damage
a
PASS-Key
I11 key, see your
dealer
or
a
locksmith
who
can
service PASS-Key
111
to
have
a
new
key
made.
New
Vehicle
66Break-In”
NOTICE:
Your vehicle doesn’t need an
elaborate
“break-in.” But
it will perform
better
in
the
long
run
if
you
follow
these guidelines:
Don’t drive
at
any
one
speed
--
fast or
slow
--
for
the
first
500
miles
(805
km).
Don’t make
full-throttle
starts.
200
miles
(322
km)
or
so.
During
this
time
your new brake linings
aren’t yet broken
in. Hard
stops with new linings
can
mean
premature
wear
and
earlier
replacement.
Follow this
breaking-in
guideline
every
time you get new brake linings.
See
“Towing a
Trailer”
in
the
Index
for
more
information.
0
Avoid making
hard
stops
for
the
first
Don’t
tow a trailer
during
break-in.
Turn
SignaVMultifunction
Lever
’hrn
and
Lane
Change
Signals
To
signal
a
turn,
move
the
lever
on
the left side of the
steering
wheel
all
the
way
up or down.
The
lever
returns
automatically
when
the
turn
is complete.
I
A
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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
on,
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
check
for burned-out
bulbs
if
the
arrow
fails
to work
when
signaling
a
turn.
Headlamp
High/Low-Beam
Changer
Flash-To-Pass
When
the
headlamps
are
on,
push
the
lever
to
turn
the
headlamp
high
beams
on,
and
pull
it to
the
center
position
to
turn
on
the
low
beams.
This
light
on
the
instrument
panel
will
be
on,
indicating
high-beam
usage.
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
briefly
to
flash-to-pass.
When
you
do:
If the
headlamps are either
off
or
in
the
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,
low
beam
will
remain
active
and
high
beam
will
also illuminate
until
you
release
the
lever.
Power
Steering
Fluid
The power steering
fluid reservoir is located
next to the fuse relay
center on the passenger’s
side of the engine.
When
to
Check
Power
Steering
Fluid
It
is not necessary to regularly check power steering
fluid unless you suspect there
is
a leak in the system
or
you hear an unusual noise.
A
fluid
loss
in this system
could indicate a problem. Have the system inspected
and repaired.
How
To
Check
Power
Steering
Fluid
When the engine compartment is cool, wipe the cap and
the top of the reservoir clean, then unscrew the cap and
wipe the dipstick with a clean rag. Replace the cap and
completely tighten it. Then remove the cap again and
look at the fluid level on the dipstick.
The level should be at the
FULL
COLD
mark. If
necessary,
add only enough fluid
to
bring the level up
to the mark.
What
to
Use
To
determine what kind of fluid to use, see
“Recommended Fluids and Lubricants” in the
Maintenance Schedule booklet. Always use the proper
fluid, Failure
to
use the proper fluid can cause leaks and
damage hoses and seals.
Windshield
Washer
Fluid
What to
Use
When you
need windshield washer fluid, be sure to read
the manufacturer’s instructions before use.
If
you
will be
operating your vehicle
in
an area where the temperature
may fall below freezing, use a fluid that has sufficient
protection against freezing.
6-26
Adding
Washer
Fluid
The windshield
washer
fluid
reservoir
is
located
next
to
the fuse relay
center on the passenger’s
side
of
the
engine.
Open
the
cap
labeled
WASHER
FLUID.
Add
washer
fluid
until
the
tank
is
full.
NOTICE:
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When
using concentrated washer
fluid,
follow the manufacturer’s instructions for
adding water.
Don’t
mix
water with
ready-to-use
washer
fluid. Water can cause the solution to freeze
and damage your washer fluid tank
and
other
parts of the washer
system.
Also,
water doesn’t
clean
as
well
as
washer
fluid.
Fill
your washer fluid tank only
three-quarters full
when
it’s
very
cold. This
allows for expansion
if
freezing
occurs,
which
could damage the
tank
if
it
is
completely
full.
Don’t
use
engine
coolant
(antifreeze)
m
your windshield
washer.
It
can damage
your washer
system and paint.
6-27
Electrical
System
Add-on
a1
Equipment
NOTICE:
Don’t
add
anything
electrical
to
your
vehicle
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
vehicle,
see “Servicing
Your
Air
Bag-Equipped
Vehicle”
in
the
Index.
Headlamp
Wiring
The headlamp
wiring
has
an individual fuse.
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.
Windshield
Wiper
Fuses
A
circuit
breaker
protects
the
wiper
motor.
If the
wiper
motor
overheats due to
heavy
snow,
the
wipers
will
stop
until
the
motor
cools
and
will
then
restart.
A
Maxifuse@
powers
the
wiper
motor.
If the
Maxifuse
blows,
there
is
an
electrical
problem.
Be
sure
to
have
it fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit
breakers
protect
the
power
windows.
When
the
current
load
is
too
heavy,
the
circuit
breaker
opens
and
closes,
protecting
the
circuit
until
the
problem
is
fixed
or
goes
away.
6-59
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring
circuits
in
your
vehicle
are
protected
from
short
circuits by a
combinationof 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 a
Maxifuse
should
blow,
see
your
dealer
for service
immediately.
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.
The
MaxiFuses
are
located
in
two
Bussed
Electrical
Centers
(BEC),
one
located
near
the
engine
compartment
on
the
passenger’s
side
and
the
other
under
the
rear
seat
on
the
driver’s
side.
If
a
MaxiFuse
should
blow,
have
your
vehicle
serviced
by
your
dealer
immediately.
Engine
Compartment
Bussed
Electrical
Center
(BEC)
As
mentioned
above,
the
front
Bussed
Electrical
Center
(BEC)
is
located
in
the
front of
the engine
compartment
on
the
passenger’s
side.
Lift
the
cover
to
gain
access.
6-60
I
I
I
Minifuses
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Usage
Not
Used
Accessory
Windshield
Wipers
Not
Used
Headlamp
Low
Beam
Left
Headlamp
Low
Beam
Right
Instrument
Pariel
Fuse
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Usage
Powertrain
Control
Module
Battery
Headlamp
High
Beam
Right
Headlamp
High
Beam
Left
Ignition
1
Not
Used
Not
Used
Cruise
Control
Oxygen
Sensor
A
Injector
Bank
#2
Not
Used
Powertrain
Control
Module
Ignition
Direct
Ignition
System
Oxygen
Sensor
B
Injector
Bank
#1
Auxiliary
Power
Cigar
Lighter
Fog
Lamps/Daytime
Running
Lamps
Horn
Air
Conditioner
Clutch
6-61
Micro
Relays
Relay
Usage
27
Headlamp
High
Beam
28
Headlamp
Low
Beam
29
Fog
Lamps
30
Daytime
Running
Lamps
31
Horn
32
Air
Conditioner
Clutch
Mini
Relays
Relay
Usage
33
Not
Used
34
Accessory
35
Starter
2
36
Starter
1
37
Cooling
Fan
Secondary
39
Cooling
Fan
SeriesParallel
38
Ignition
1
40
Cooling
Fan
Primary
Maxibreaker
Circuit
Usage
Breaker
41
Starter
Maxifuses
Fuse
Usage
42
Not
Used
43
Export
Brake
45
Antilock
Brake
System
Motor
47
Cooling
Fan
Primary
44
Antilock
Brake
System
Solenoid
46
Cooling
Fan
Secondary
The
spare
fuses
are
located
in
numbers
48
through
52.
The
fuse
puller
is
located
in
number
53.
6-62
Rear
Underseat
Bussed
Electrical
Center
(BEC)
1631
The
rear
BEC
is located
beneath
the
rear
seat
on
the
driver’s
side.
The
rear seat
cushion
must
be
removed
to
access
the
BEC.
See “Removing the Rear
Seat
Cushion”
in the
Index.
Minifuses
Fuse
Usage
1
Fuel
Pump
2
Heater,
Ventilation,
Air
Conditioner
Blower
3
Memory Seat, Tilt
and
Telescoping
Steering
4
Assembly
Line
Diagnostic
Link
5
Driver
Door
Module
6
Heated
Seat
Left
Rear
6-63
Fuse
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Usage
Power
Tilt
and
Telescoping
Steering
Supplemental
Inflation
Restraint
Not
Used
Lamps
Park
Right
Fuel
Tank
Ventilation
Solenoid
Ignition
1
Lamps,
Parking
Left
Interior
Lamp
Dimmer
Module
Navigation
-
Export
Only
Heated
Seat
Left
Front
Export
Lighting
Rear
Door
Modules
Stoplamps
Neutral
Safety
Back-up
Audio
Retained
Accessory
Power
for Sunroof
Not
Used
Fuse
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Usage
Not
Used
Passenger
Door
Module
Fuel
Door/Trunk
Release
Interior
Lamps
Rear HVAC Blower
Ignition
Switch
Not
Used
Heated
Seat
Right
Front
Continuous
Variable
Road
Sensing
Suspension
Heating,
Ventilation,
Air
Conditioning
Ignition
3
Rear
Antilock
Braking
System
Turn
SignaVHazard
Heated
Seat
Right
Rear
Dash
Integration
Module
6-64
Micro
Relays
Relay
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
Usage
Fuel
Pump
Parking
Lamps
Ignition
1
Park
Brake
A
Park Brake B
Park Shift Interlock
Reverse
Lamps
Retained
Accessory
Power for Sunroof
Rear HVAC Blower
CVRSS
Dampers
Ignition
3
Fuel
Tank
Door
Release
Interior
Lamps
Trunk
Release
Front Courtesy
Lamps
Rear
Courtesy
Lamps
Electronic
Level
Control
Compressor
Circuit
Breakers
Relay
Usage
56
Power
Seats
57
Power
Windows
Mini
Relays
Relay
Usage
58
Cigarette
Lighter
59
Rear
Defog
Maxifuses
Fuse
Usage
60
Park
Brake
61
Rear
Defog
62
Not
Used
63
Audio
Amplifier
64
ELC CompressorExhaust
65
Cigar
Lighter
66
Not
Used
The spare fuses
are
located
in
numbers
67
through
74.
The fuse
puller
is
located
in
number
75.
6-65
Removing the
Rear Seat Cushion
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.
To
Remove the Rear Seat
Cushion
1.
Pull
up
on
the
front
of
the
cushion
to
release
the
front
hooks.
2.
h
l
l
the
cushion
up
and
out
toward
the
front
of
the
vehicle.
To
Reinstall
the Rear Seat
Cushion
A
safety
belt
that isn’t
properly
routed
through
the
seat
cushion
or is
twisted
won’t
provide
the
protection
needed
in
a
crash.
If
the
safety
belt
CAUTION:
(Continued)