Cadillac DTS - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac DTS - 2010 Fuse Box Diagram

I
:
Cruise Control
B
:
Engine Coolant Temperature
O
:
Exterior Lamps
#
:
Fog Lamps
.
:
Fuel Gage
+
:
Fuses
i
:
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
j
:
LATCH System Child Restraints
*
:
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
:
:
Oil Pressure
g
:
Outside Power Foldaway Mirrors
}
:
Power
/
:
Remote Vehicle Start
>
:
Safety Belt Reminders
7
:
Tire Pressure Monitor
F
:
Traction Control
M
:
Windshield Washer Fluid
v
Instrument Panel
Console-Shift Model shown, Column-Shift Model similar
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The theft-deterrent system will not 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 with the door
open or the RKE transmitter.
To avoid arming the alarm by accident:
Lock the vehicle with the door key or the manual
door lock.
Always unlock a door with a key or use the
RKE transmitter system. Pressing the unlock button
on the RKE transmitter, or unlocking a door with
the key disarms the content 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 on the RKE transmitter
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.
You can turn off the alarm by unlocking the driver’s door
with your key, using the unlock button on the RKE
transmitter or by starting the car with a valid key.
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 on
page 6-101
. 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
theft-deterrent system when leaving your vehicle.
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Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
The lever on the left side of the steering column
includes the following:
G
:
Turn and Lane-Change Signals
2 3
:
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
N
:
Windshield Wipers
L
:
Windshield Washer
Flash-To-Pass Feature.
Information for these features is on the pages following.
Turn and Lane-Change Signals
An arrow on the instrument
panel cluster flashes in the
direction of the turn or
lane change.
For vehicles with the side blind zone alert system, an
arrow in the outside mirror flashes when the turn signal
is used. See
Side Blind Zone Alert (SBZA) on
page 3-43
for more information.
Move the lever all the way up or down to signal a turn.
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. If the lever is briefly pressed and
released, the turn signal will flash three times.
The lever returns to its starting position when it is
released.
If after signaling a turn or lane change the arrow flashes
rapidly or does not come on, a signal bulb may be
burned out.
Have the bulbs replaced. If the bulb is not burned out,
check the fuse. See
Fuses and Circuit Breakers on
page 6-101
.
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Battery Run-Down Protection
This feature helps prevent the battery from being
drained, if the interior courtesy lamps, reading/map
lamps, visor vanity lamps or trunk lamp are accidentally
left on. If any of these lamps are left on, they
automatically turn off after 10 minutes, if the ignition is
off. The lamps will not come back on again until
one of the following occurs:
The ignition is turned on.
The exterior lamps control is turned off, then on
again.
The headlamps will timeout after 10 minutes, if they are
manually turned on with the ignition on or off.
Accessory Power Outlet(s)
The accessory power outlets can be used to plug in
electrical equipment, such as a cellular telephone.
If the vehicle has a center console, the power outlet is
located inside the lower storage area. Some vehicles
may have an outlet on the right front lower part of
the driver’s seat and under the climate control system
next to the ashtray. See
Center Console Storage
on page 3-55
.
There are two accessory power outlets in the rear seat
area located on the door armrests next to the
ashtrays.
There may be a small cap that must be removed to
access the accessory power outlet. When not using the
outlet be sure to cover it with the protective cap.
The accessory power outlet can be used at any time.
Notice:
Leaving electrical equipment plugged in for
an extended period of time while the vehicle is off
will drain the battery. Power is always supplied
to the outlets. Always unplug electrical equipment
when not in use and do not plug in equipment
that exceeds the maximum 20 ampere rating.
Certain accessory power plugs may not be compatible
to the accessory power outlet and could result in
blown vehicle or adapter fuses. If you experience a
problem see your dealer/retailer for additional
information on the accessory power outlets.
Notice:
Adding any electrical equipment to the
vehicle can damage it or keep other components
from working as they should. The repairs would not
be covered by the vehicle warranty. Do not use
equipment exceeding maximum amperage rating of
20 amperes. Check with your dealer/retailer before
adding electrical equipment.
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A.
Underhood Fuse Block on page 6-101
.
B. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See
Jump Starting on
page 6-36
.
C. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See “Adding
Washer Fluid” under
Windshield Washer Fluid
on page 6-31
.
D. Engine Coolant Surge Tank and Pressure Cap.
See
Engine Coolant on page 6-23
.
E. Remote Negative (
) Terminal. See
Jump Starting
on page 6-36
.
F.
Power Steering Fluid on page 6-30
.
G. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See “When to Add Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 6-13
.
H. Engine Oil Dipstick. See “Checking Engine Oil”
under
Engine Oil on page 6-13
.
I. Brake Master Cylinder Reservoir. See “Brake Fluid”
under
Brakes on page 6-32
.
J. Automatic Transmission Fluid Cap and Dipstick
(Out of View). See
Automatic Transmission Fluid on
page 6-19
.
K.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter on page 6-17
.
Engine Oil
Checking Engine Oil
It is a good idea to check the engine oil level at each
fuel fill. In order to get an accurate reading, the oil must
be warm and the vehicle must be on level ground.
The engine oil dipstick handle is a yellow loop. See
Engine Compartment Overview on page 6-12
for
the location of the engine oil dipstick.
1. Turn off the engine and give the oil several minutes
to drain back into the oil pan. If this is not done, the
oil dipstick might not show the actual level.
2. Pull out the dipstick and clean it with a paper towel
or cloth, then push it back in all the way. Remove it
again, keeping the tip down, and check the level.
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Power Steering Fluid
The power steering fluid
reservoir is located next to
the underhood fuse
block on the passenger
side of the vehicle.
See
Engine Compartment
Overview on page 6-12
for more information
on location.
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
To check the power steering fluid:
1. Turn the key off and let the engine compartment
cool down.
2. Wipe the cap and the top of the reservoir clean.
3. Unscrew the cap and wipe the dipstick with a clean
rag.
4. Replace the cap and completely tighten it.
5. 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 on page 7-8
.
Always use the proper fluid.
Notice:
Use of the incorrect fluid may damage the
vehicle and the damages may not be covered by
the vehicle’s warranty. Always use the correct fluid
listed in
Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
on page 7-8
.
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Properly torqued wheel nuts are necessary to help
prevent brake pulsation. When tires are rotated, inspect
brake pads for wear and evenly tighten wheel nuts in
the proper sequence to torque specifications in
Capacities and Specifications on page 6-109
.
Brake linings should always be replaced as complete
axle sets.
Brake Pedal Travel
See your dealer/retailer if the brake pedal does not
return to normal height, or if there is a rapid increase in
pedal travel. This could be a sign that brake service
might be required.
Brake Adjustment
Every time the brakes are applied, with or without the
vehicle moving, the brakes adjust for wear.
Replacing Brake System Parts
The braking system on a vehicle is complex. Its many
parts have to be of top quality and work well together if
the vehicle is to have really good braking. The vehicle
was designed and tested with top-quality brake parts.
When parts of the braking system are replaced — for
example, when the brake linings wear down and new
ones are installed — be sure to get new approved
replacement parts. If this is not done, the brakes might
not work properly.
For example, if someone puts in brake linings that are
wrong for the vehicle, the balance between the front and
rear brakes can change — for the worse. The braking
performance expected can change in many other ways if
the wrong replacement brake parts are installed.
Battery
Refer to the replacement number on the original battery
label when a new battery is needed.
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DANGER:
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories
contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer
and reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
The battery is under the rear seat cushion. To access
the battery, see
Rear Underseat Fuse Block on
page 6-104
. Access to the battery is not necessary to
jump start the vehicle. See
Jump Starting on page 6-36
.
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2. Get the vehicles close enough so the jumper cables
can reach, but be sure the vehicles are not touching
each other. If they are, it could cause a ground
connection you do not want. You would not be able
to start your vehicle and the bad grounding could
damage the electrical systems.
To avoid the possibility of the vehicles rolling, set
the parking brake firmly on both vehicles involved in
the jump start procedure. Put an automatic
transmission in P (Park) or a manual transmission
in NEUTRAL before setting the parking brake.
Notice:
If you leave the radio or other accessories
on during the jump starting procedure, they could be
damaged. The repairs would not be covered by the
warranty. Always turn off the radio and other
accessories when jump starting the vehicle.
3. Turn off the ignition on both vehicles. Unplug
unnecessary accessories plugged into the cigarette
lighter or the accessory power outlets. Turn off
the radio and all lamps that are not needed. This
will avoid sparks and help save both batteries.
And it could save the radio!
4. Open the hoods and locate the positive (+) and
negative (
) terminal locations on the other
vehicle. Your vehicle has a remote positive (+) jump
starting terminal and a remote negative (
) jump
starting terminal.
The remote positive (+) terminal is located in the
engine compartment on the passenger’s side of the
vehicle. Lift the red plastic cap to access the
terminal. See
Engine Compartment Overview on
page 6-12
for more information on the location
of the remote positive (+) terminal.
A second remote positive (+) terminal is located on
the rear underseat fuse block.
The remote negative (
) terminal is located behind
the power steering pulley, near the engine cover.
It is marked GND (
).
4.6L LD8 Engine shown,
4.6L L37 Engine
similar
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Service Parts Identification Label
This label, on the spare tire cover, has the following
information:
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Model designation
Paint information
Production options and special equipment
Do not remove this label from the vehicle.
Electrical System
Add-On Electrical Equipment
Notice:
Do not add anything electrical to the
vehicle unless you check with your dealer/retailer
first. Some electrical equipment can damage
the vehicle and the damage would not be covered
by the vehicle’s warranty. Some add-on electrical
equipment can keep other components from
working as they should.
Add-on equipment can drain the vehicle battery, even if
the vehicle is not operating.
The vehicle has an airbag system. Before attempting to
add anything electrical to the vehicle, see
Servicing
Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle on page 2-72
and
Adding
Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle on
page 2-73
.
Headlamp Wiring
The headlamp wiring system has four individual fuses.
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
The windshield wiper motor is protected by an internal
circuit breaker. If the wiper motor overheats due to
heavy snow, the wipers will stop until the motor cools
and will then restart.
A fuse powers the wiper motor. If the fuse blows, there
is an electrical problem. Be sure to have it fixed.
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Power Windows and Other Power
Options
Circuit breakers in the fuse block 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.
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The wiring circuits in the 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. Just pick some feature of the 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.
Underhood Fuse Block
The underhood fuse block is located on the passenger
side of the engine compartment. Remove the fuse
cover and secondary service cover to access the
fuse block.
Notice:
Spilling liquid on any electrical components
on the vehicle may damage it. Always keep the
covers on any electrical component.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Engine Control Module (ECM), Crank
2
Fuel Injectors Odd
3
Fuel Injectors Even
4
Air Conditioning Clutch
Fuses
Usage
5
Air Injection Reactor (AIR) Solenoid
6
Oxygen Sensor
7
Emission Device
8
Transmission, Ignition 1
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Fuses
Usage
9
Engine Control Module (ECM),
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
10
Climate Control System, Instrument
Panel Cluster Ignition 1
11
Airbag System
12
Horn
13
Windshield Wiper
14
Fog Lamps
15
Right High-Beam Headlamp
16
Left High-Beam Headlamp
17
Left Low-Beam Headlamp
18
Right Low-Beam Headlamp
19
Windshield Washer Pump Motor
20
Left Front Cornering Lamp
21
Right Front Cornering Lamp
22
Air Pump (J-Case)
23
Antilock Brake System (ABS)
(J-Case)
Fuses
Usage
24
Starter (J-Case)
25
Antilock Brake System (ABS)
Motor (J-Case)
26
Cooling Fan 2 (J-Case)
27
Cooling Fan 1 (J-Case)
Relays
Usage
29
Powertrain
30
Starter
31
Cooling Fan 2
32
Cooling Fan 3
33
Cooling Fan 1
34
Air Conditioning Clutch
35
Air Injection Reactor (AIR) Solenoid
36
Ignition
37
Air Pump
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Rear Underseat Fuse Block
The rear fuse block is located under the rear seat on
the driver side. The rear seat cushion must be removed
to access the rear fuse block.
Removing the Rear Seat Cushion
Notice:
If you touch the exposed wires with the
metal on the seat cushion, you could cause a
short that could damage the battery and or wires.
Avoid contact between the rear seat and the
fuse center whenever you remove or reinstall the
rear seat. Do not remove covers from any of
the covered parts, and do not store anything under
the seats.
To remove the rear seat cushion, do the following:
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.
To access the fuse block, pull out and lift up on the
cover latch, located at the end of the fuse block, near
the battery cable.
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Fuses
Usage
1
Fuel Pump
2
Left Park Lamp
3
Run 3 - Rear Blower
4
Right Park Lamp
Fuses
Usage
5
Engine Control Module
(ECM)/Transmission Control
Module (TCM)
6
Memory Module
7
Right Park Lamp (optional)
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Fuses
Usage
8
Steering Wheel Illumination
9
Front Heated/Cooled Seat Module
10
Run 2 - Heated/Cooled Seats
11
Rear Heated Seat Module
12
RPA Module
13
PASS-Key
®
III System
14
Unlock/Lock Module
15
Magnetic Ride Control
16
Not Used
17
Sunroof
18
Body Control Module (BCM) Dim
19
Body Control Module (BCM)
20
Run 1-Heated Steering Wheel
21
Ignition Switch
22
Driver Door Module
23
Rear Lumbar
24
Electronic Leveling Control Module
25
Body Control Module
(Left Turn Signal)
26
Cigarette Lighter, Auxiliary Power
Outlet
Fuses
Usage
27
Navigation (Optional)
28
Retained Accessory Power 1 (RAP)
29
Passenger Door Module
30
Sensing and Diagnostic Module
31
Accessory Power Outlets
32
Body Control Module (BCM)
(Inadvertent)
33
Retained Accessory Power 2 (RAP)
34
Canister Vent Solenoid
35
Body Control Module (Courtesy)
36
Body Control Module
(Right Turn Signal)
37
Trunk Release
38
Amplifier, Radio
39
Body Control Module (CHMSL)
40
Body Control Module
41
Stoplamp (optional)
42
OnStar
®
Module
43
Body Modules
44
Radio
45
Door Unlatch (optional)
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Fuses
Usage
46
Rear Defogger (J-Case)
47
Electronic Leveling Control
Compressor (J-Case)
48
Blower (J-Case) (optional)
49
Blower (J-Case) (optional)
Resistor
Usage
50
Terminating Resistor
Relays
Usage
51
Front Blower (optional)
52
Rear Defogger
53
Electronic Leveling Control
Compressor
58
Park Lamps
59
Fuel Pump
60
License Plate Lamp (optional)
61
Right Park Lamp (optional)
Relays
Usage
62
Unlock
63
Lock
64
Run
65
Not Used
66
Door Unlatch (optional)
67
Trunk Release
68
Stoplamp (optional)
69
Overhead Lamps (optional)
70
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
Circuit
Breakers
Usage
54
Right Front Seat
55
Left Front Power Seat
56
Power Windows
57
Power Tilt Steering Wheel
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