Cadillac XTS - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

Cadillac XTS - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

Instruments and Controls
5-7
Power Outlets
The accessory power outlets can be
used to plug in electrical equipment,
such as a cell phone or MP3 player.
The vehicle has three accessory
power outlets:
.
Inside the front storage area
below the climate control
system.
.
Inside the center console.
.
On the rear of the center
console.
Lift the cover to access the
accessory power outlet.
Certain accessory power plugs may
not be compatible with the
accessory power outlet and could
overload vehicle or adapter fuses.
If a problem is experienced, see
your dealer.
When adding electrical equipment,
be sure to follow the proper
installation instructions included with
the equipment. See
Add-On
Electrical Equipment on page 9-68
.
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Caution
Hanging heavy equipment from
the power outlet can cause
damage not covered by the
vehicle warranty. The power
outlets are designed for
accessory power plugs only, such
as cell phone charge cords.
Always unplug electrical equipment
when not in use and do not plug in
equipment that exceeds the
maximum 20 amps rating.
Power Outlet 110 Volt
Alternating Current
If equipped with this power outlet on
the rear of the center console. It can
be used to plug in electrical
equipment that uses a maximum
limit of 150 watts.
An indicator light on the outlet turns
on to show it is in use. The light
comes on when the ignition is in
ON/RUN, equipment requiring less
than 150 watts is plugged into the
outlet, and no system fault is
detected.
Instruments and Controls
5-9
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Caution
Holding a cigarette lighter in while
it is heating does not let the
lighter back away from the
heating element when it is hot.
Damage from overheating can
occur to the lighter or heating
element, or a fuse could be
blown. Do not hold a cigarette
lighter in while it is heating.
Warning Lights,
Gauges, and
Indicators
Warning lights and gauges can
signal that something is wrong
before it becomes serious enough
to cause an expensive repair or
replacement. Paying attention to the
warning lights and gauges could
prevent injury.
Warning lights come on when there
could be a problem with a vehicle
function. Some warning lights come
on briefly when the engine is started
to indicate they are working.
Gauges can indicate when there
could be a problem with a vehicle
function. Often gauges and warning
lights work together to indicate a
problem with the vehicle.
When one of the warning lights
comes on and stays on while
driving, or when one of the gauges
shows there may be a problem,
check the section that explains what
to do. Follow this manual's advice.
Waiting to do repairs can be costly
and even dangerous.
6-6
Lighting
Turn and Lane-Change
Signals
Move the lever all the way up or
down to signal a turn.
An arrow on the instrument cluster
flashes 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 completed. If the lever is
briefly pressed and released, the
turn signal flashes three times.
The turn and lane-change signal
can be turned off manually by
moving the lever back to its original
position.
If after signaling a turn or lane
change, the arrow flashes rapidly or
does not come on, a signal bulb
may be burned out.
Replace any burned out bulbs. If a
bulb is not burned out, check the
fuse. See
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers on page 10-30
.
Interior Lighting
Instrument Panel
Illumination Control
The brightness of the instrument
panel lighting and steering wheel
controls can be adjusted.
D
(Instrument Panel
Illumination):
Move the
thumbwheel up or down to brighten
or dim the lights.
Driving and Operating
9-19
Wait at least 15 seconds
between each try, to allow the
cranking motor to cool down.
When the engine starts, let go of
the button and the accelerator.
If the vehicle starts briefly but
then stops again, do the same
thing. This clears the extra
gasoline from the engine. Do not
race the engine immediately
after starting it. Operate the
engine and transmission gently
until the oil warms up and
lubricates all moving parts.
Engine Heater
The engine coolant heater,
if available, can help in cold weather
conditions at or below
18°C (0°F)
for easier starting and better fuel
economy during engine warm-up.
Plug in the coolant heater at least
four hours before starting the
vehicle. An internal thermostat in
the plug end of the cord will prevent
engine coolant heater operation at
temperatures above
18°C (0°F).
To Use the Engine Coolant
Heater
1.
Turn off the engine.
2.
Open the hood and unwrap the
electrical cord.
The electrical cord is on the
driver side of the engine
compartment, between the
fender and the engine
compartment fuse block.
3.
Plug it into a normal, grounded
110-volt AC outlet.
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Warning
Plugging the cord into an
ungrounded outlet could cause an
electrical shock. Also, the wrong
kind of extension cord could
overheat and cause a fire. You
could be seriously injured. Plug
the cord into a properly grounded
three-prong 110-volt AC outlet.
If the cord will not reach, use a
heavy-duty three-prong extension
cord rated for at least 15 amps.
4.
Before starting the engine, be
sure to unplug and store the
cord as it was before to keep it
away from moving engine parts.
The length of time the heater should
remain plugged in depends on
several factors. Ask a dealer in the
area where you will be parking the
vehicle for the best advice on this.
10-6
Vehicle Care
1.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter on
page 10-13
.
2.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
(Under Engine Cover) (If
Equipped). See
Power Steering
Fluid (LF3 and LFX with AWD)
on page 10-21
or
Power
Steering Fluid (LFX with FWD)
on page 10-21
.
3.
Engine Oil Fill Cap. See
Engine
Oil on page 10-9
.
4.
Engine Oil Dipstick (Out of
View). See
Engine Oil on
page 10-9
.
5.
Engine Cover on page 10-8
.
6.
Engine Cooling Fans (Out of
View). See
Cooling System on
page 10-15
.
7.
Brake Fluid Reservoir. See
Brakes on page 10-22
.
8.
Engine Coolant Surge Tank and
Pressure Cap. See
Engine
Coolant on page 10-16
.
9.
Battery on page 10-25
(Battery
Cover not Shown).
10.
Remote Positive (+) Terminal
(Battery Cover not Shown).
See
Jump Starting on
page 10-76
.
11.
Engine Compartment Fuse
Block on page 10-31
.
12.
Remote Negative (
) Terminal
(Out of View). See
Jump
Starting on page 10-76
.
13.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Reservoir. See
Washer Fluid
on page 10-22
.
10-8
Vehicle Care
1.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter on
page 10-13
.
2.
Power Steering Fluid Reservoir
(Under Engine Cover). See
Power Steering Fluid (LF3 and
LFX with AWD) on page 10-21
or
Power Steering Fluid (LFX
with FWD) on page 10-21
.
3.
Engine Oil Fill Cap. See
Engine
Oil on page 10-9
.
4.
Engine Oil Dipstick. See
Engine
Oil on page 10-9
.
5.
Engine Cover on page 10-8
.
6.
Engine Cooling Fans (Out of
View). See
Cooling System on
page 10-15
.
7.
Charged Air Coolant Reservoir
and Pressure Cap. See
Engine
Coolant on page 10-16
.
8.
Brake Fluid Reservoir. See
Brakes on page 10-22
.
9.
Engine Coolant Surge Tank and
Pressure Cap. See
Engine
Coolant on page 10-16
.
10.
Battery on page 10-25
(Battery
Cover not Shown).
11.
Remote Positive (+) Terminal
(Battery Cover not Shown).
See
Jump Starting on
page 10-76
.
12.
Engine Compartment Fuse
Block on page 10-31
.
13.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Reservoir. See
Washer Fluid
on page 10-22
.
14.
Remote Negative (
) Terminal
(Out of View). See
Jump
Starting on page 10-76
.
Engine Cover
3.6L V6 Engine Turbo
1.
Engine Oil Fill Cap
2.
Engine Cover Bolt
3.
Engine Cover
10-30
Vehicle Care
Electrical System
Electrical System
Overload
The vehicle has fuses and circuit
breakers to protect against an
electrical system overload.
When the current electrical load is
too heavy, the circuit breaker opens
and closes, protecting the circuit
until the current load returns to
normal or the problem is fixed. This
greatly reduces the chance of circuit
overload and fire caused by
electrical problems.
Fuses and circuit breakers protect
power devices in the vehicle.
Replace a bad fuse with a new one
of the identical size and rating.
If there is a problem on the road and
a fuse needs to be replaced, the
same amperage fuse can be
borrowed. Choose some feature of
the vehicle that is not needed to use
and replace it as soon as possible.
Headlamp Wiring
An electrical overload may cause
the lamps to go on and off, or in
some cases to remain off. Have the
headlamp wiring checked right away
if the lamps go on and off or
remain off.
Windshield Wipers
If the wiper motor overheats due to
heavy snow or ice, the windshield
wipers will stop until the motor cools
and will then restart.
Although the circuit is protected
from electrical overload, overload
due to heavy snow or ice may
cause wiper linkage damage.
Always clear ice and heavy snow
from the windshield before using the
windshield wipers.
If the overload is caused by an
electrical problem and not snow or
ice, be sure to get it fixed.
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 damage caused by
electrical problems.
To check a fuse, look at the
silver-colored band inside the fuse.
If the band is broken or melted,
replace the fuse. Be sure to replace
a bad fuse with a new one of the
identical size and rating.
Fuses of the same amperage can
be temporarily borrowed from
another fuse location, if a fuse goes
out. Replace the fuse as soon as
possible.
To identify and check fuses, circuit
breakers, and relays, see
Engine
Compartment Fuse Block on
page 10-31
,
Instrument Panel Fuse
Block on page 10-34
, and
Rear
Compartment Fuse Block on
page 10-36
.
Vehicle Care
10-31
Engine Compartment
Fuse Block
To remove the fuse block cover,
squeeze the three retaining clips on
the cover and lift it straight up.
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Caution
Spilling liquid on any electrical
component on the vehicle may
damage it. Always keep the
covers on any electrical
component.
The vehicle may not be equipped
with all of the fuses, relays, and
features shown.
J-Case
Fuses
Usage
6
Wiper
12
Starter
J-Case
Fuses
Usage
21
Rear Power
Windows
22
Sunroof
24
Front Power
Windows
10-32
Vehicle Care
J-Case
Fuses
Usage
25
Retained Accessory
Power
26
Antilock Brake
System Pump
27
Electric Parking
Brake
28
Rear Window
Defogger
41
Brake Vacuum
Assist Pump
42
Cooling Fan K2
44
Headlamp Washer
45
Cooling Fan K1
Mini Fuses
Usage
1
Transmission
Control Module
Battery
2
Engine Control
Module Battery
Mini Fuses
Usage
3
Air Conditioning
Compressor Clutch
4
SAI Solenoid
5
Engine Control
Module Run/Crank
8
Ignition Coils
Even
(Six Cylinder
Engine)
9
Ignition Coils
Odd
(Six Cylinder
Engine)
10
Engine Control
Module
Switched
Battery (from Engine
Control Module
Relay)
11
Six Cylinder Engine:
Post Catalytic
Converter Oxygen
Sensor Heater,
Mass Air Flow
Sensor, Flex Fuel
Sensor
Mini Fuses
Usage
13
Run/Crank for
Transmission
Control Module and
Fuel System Control
Module
14
Right Rear
Heated Seat
15
Left Rear
Heated Seat
16
Ventilated Seats
Run/Crank
17
Body Run/Crank
18
Autonet Run/Crank
(Aftermarket)
20
Heated Steering
Wheel
23
Variable Effort
Steering
29
Passive Entry/
Passive Start
Module
Battery
Vehicle Care
10-33
Mini Fuses
Usage
30
All-Wheel Drive
Module
31
Left Front
Heated Seat
32
Body Control
Module 6
33
Right Front
Heated Seat
34
Antilock Brake
System Valves
35
Amplifier
37
Right High Beam
38
Left High Beam
46
Cooling Fan Relay
47
Six Cylinder Engine:
Pre Catalytic
Converter Oxygen
Sensor Heater,
Canister Purge
Solenoid
Mini Fuses
Usage
49
Right High Intensity
Discharge
Headlamp
50
Left High Intensity
Discharge
Headlamp
51
Horn
52
Cluster Run/Crank
53
Run/Crank for Inside
Rearview Mirror,
Rear Vision Camera
54
Run/Crank for
Heating, Ventilation,
and Air Conditioning
55
Outside Rearview
Mirror, Universal
Garage Door
Opener, Front
Window Switches
56
Windshield Washer
57
Steering
Column Lock
Mini Fuses
Usage
60
Heated Mirror
62
Not Used
64
Adaptive Forward
Lighting (AFL)
Module
Battery
66
Trunk Release
67
Fuel System Control
Module
69
Regulated Voltage
Control Sensor
70
Vent Canister
Solenoid
71
Memory Module
Mini Relays
Usage
7
Engine Control
Module
9
Cooling Fan
13
Cooling Fan
10-34
Vehicle Care
Mini Relays
Usage
15
Run/Crank
17
Rear Window
Defogger
Micro
Relays
Usage
1
Air Conditioning
Compressor Clutch
2
Starter
4
Wiper Speed
5
Wiper Control
8
Run
10
Cooling Fan
14
Headlamp
Low Beam
Instrument Panel Fuse
Block
The instrument panel fuse block is
in the instrument panel, on the
driver side of the vehicle. To access
the fuses, open the fuse panel door
by pulling down at the top.
Press in on the sides of the door to
release it from the instrument panel.
Pull the door toward you to release
it from the hinge.
The vehicle may not be equipped
with all of the fuses, relays, and
features shown.
Fuses
Usage
1
OnStar
2
Body Control
Module 7
3
Body Control
Module 5
4
Radio
Vehicle Care
10-35
Fuses
Usage
5
Infotainment and
Center Stack
Displays, Head-up
Display, Instrument
Cluster, Rear Seat
Entertainment
6
Power Outlet 1
7
Power Outlet 2
8
Body Control
Module 1
9
Body Control
Module 4
10
Body Control
Module 8
(J-Case Fuse)
11
Front Heater
Ventilation Air
Conditioning/Blower
(J-Case Fuse)
12
Passenger Seat
(Circuit Breaker)
13
Driver Seat (Circuit
Breaker)
Fuses
Usage
14
Diagnostic Link
Connector
15
Airbag
16
Glove Box
17
Heater Ventilation
Air Conditioning
Controller
18
Pre-Fuse for Fuses
1, 4, and 5
19
Electronic Steering
Column Lock
20
Automatic Occupant
Sensing
21
Spare
22
Steering Wheel
Controls/Backlight
23
Body Control
Module 3
24
Body Control
Module 2
Fuses
Usage
25
Column Lock
Module
26
AC/DC Inverter
Relays
Usage
R1
Glove Box Relay
R2
Logistic Relay
R3
Retained Accessory
Power/Accessory
Relay
10-36
Vehicle Care
Rear Compartment Fuse
Block
The rear compartment fuse block is
on the left side of the trunk behind a
cover.
The vehicle may not be equipped
with all of the fuses, relays, and
features shown.
Fuse
Number
Usage
F01
Not Used
F02
Not Used
F03
Not Used
Fuse
Number
Usage
F04
Leveling
Compressor
F05
Not Used
F06
Not Used
F07
Not Used
Vehicle Care
10-37
Fuse
Number
Usage
F08
Front Courtesy
Lamps
F09
Not Used
F10
Not Used
F11
Not Used
F12
Not Used
F13
Not Used
F14
Not Used
F15
Not Used
F16
Not Used
F17
Not Used
F18
Semi-active
Damping System
F19
Universal Garage
Door Opener/Rain,
Light, and Humidity
Sensor
F20
Shunt
F21
Side Blind Zone
Fuse
Number
Usage
F22
Not Used
F23
All-Wheel Drive
F24
Not Used
F25
Not Used
F26
Not Used
F27
Not Used
F28
Not Used
F29
Not Used
F30
Front Camera
F31
Ultrasonic Rear
Parking Assist/Lane
Departure Warning
F32
Not Used
F33
Not Used
F34
Not Used
F35
Not Used
F36
Not Used
F37
Not Used
Relays
Usage
K1
Not Used
K2
Front Courtesy
Lamps Relay
K3
Leveling
Compressor Relay
K4
Logic