Oldsmobile Silhouette - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Silhouette - 1995 Fuse Box Diagram

To
manually close the power sliding door when
the
sliding
door enable switch
is
in
the
ON
position, pull the inside or
outside latch release or the edge
of
the door. Move the door
about four
inches
toward the closed position and release.
The door will close completely and latch for you.
To
manually close the power sliding door when the
enable switch is
in the
OFF
position, pull the inside
or
outside latch release and slide the door all the way
forward
to
the latch position.
On vehicles equipped with the optional power sliding
door,
a
low voltage battery may cause the system
to
become inoperative. This
is
a
built-in feature to prevent
damage to the power sliding door motor.
When the battery has been charged, follow these steps:
1.
Make sure the door is in the closed position.
2.
Turn the ignition
off.
3.
Remove the fuse marked
TAIL
from the fuse panel.
4.
Wait
30
seconds.
5.
Reinstall the fuse.
6.
Cycle the door open and closed with either the wall
mounted
or
overhead console switch. Wait three
seconds before opening and closing the door again.
If this does not restore power sliding door operation, see
your
retailer for service.
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Glove Bodstorage Compartment
Your vehicle
hasa storage compartment on top
of
the
dash and a glove box below it.
To
open the
storage compartment, push in the latch
release, then
lift
the lid.
r
To
open
the
glove box, pinch the latch release.
The
fuse
panel
is
located
inside
the
glove
box door. See
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers”
in the
Index.
Theft
Vehicle theft is big business, especially in some cities.
Although your Oldsmobile has a number of theft
deterrent
features,
we
know that nothing we put on it
can make
it
impossible
to
steal. However, there
are ways
you can help.
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mrn Signal
and
Lane
Change
Indicator
OFF
ON
RESUME
The turn signal has two upward (for
right) and two
downward (for left) positions.
These
positions allow you
to
signal
a
turn or
a
lane
change.
To signal
a
turn, move the
lever
all
the way up or down.
When the turn is finished,
the
lever will return,
automatically.
A
green arrow
on
the
instrument panel will flash in the
direction
of
the turn or
lane
change.
To
signal a
lane
change,
just
raise
or
lower the
lever
until the
green arrow starts
to
flash. Hold it there until
you
complete your lane
change.
The
lever will return
by
itself when you release
it.
As
you signal
a turn or
a
lane
change,
if
the arrows
don’t
flash but just stay on,
a
signal
bulb may be burned out
and other
drivers won’t
see
your turn signal.
If a
bulb
is
burned out,
replaceit to
help avoid an
accident. If the green arrows don’t go
on at all when
you
signal
a
turn,
check for burned-out bulbs and check the
fuse
(see
Fuses and Circuit
Breakers”
in the Index).
If
you have a
trailertowing option with added wiring for
the trailer lamps,
a different turn signal
flasher
is used.
With this flasher installed, the signal indicator will flash
even if
a
turn signal bulb is burned out. Check the
front
and rear turn signal lamps regularly
to
make sure they
are
working.
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The air inflator kit is stored in a pouch in the glove box.
It includes a 20-foot
(6
m) hose with an air pressure
gage, nozzle adapters and instructions.
To use your air inflator system, attach the appropriate
nozzle adapter, if required, to the end of the hose that
has the pressure gage. Then attach that end of the hose
to the object you wish to inflate. Attach the other end of
the hose to the outlet. Press the
ON
switch. The
ON
switch will work even with the ignition off.
If
the air
inflator does not operate, a fuse may be blown or
installed incorrectly. See your retailer for service.
Your
air inflator will automatically shut
off
after about
10
minutes.
To
reset it, press the ON switch again.
Don’t run your air inflator for longer than
30
minutes at
one time. If you do, you may damage the system. After
30
minutes, wait at least
10
minutes before restarting the
air inflator.
To
turn
off the inflator, press
OFF
and detach the hose,
first from the inflated object, then from the outlet. Place
the inflator kit tools in the pouch and store it in the
glove box.
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Electronic
Level
Control
(Option)
With this option, the rear
of
the vehicle automatically
adjusts to changes in load weight. (See “Loading Your
Vehicle”
in the Index.)
You may hear the compressor operating when you load
or unload your vehicle, and periodically as the system
self-adjusts. This is normal.
The compressor should operate
for brief periods
of
time.
If the sound continues for an extended period
of
time,
your vehicle needs service.
To
keep your battery from
being
drained, you
may want to pull the
ELC
fuse in the
fuse
control panel until you can get your vehicle
serviced (see “Fuses and Circuit Breakers’’
in the Index).
To
replace the bin, set the hinge pins (one on each side
of
the bin, at the bottom) into
the hinge guides
(one at
each side
of
the console opening, at the base), then close
the bin.
If
the
hinge pins are placed properly in the
guides, the bin will close easily.
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Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
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The wiring circuits in your vehicle are protected from
short circuits by a combination of fuses and circuit
breakers in the wiring itself. This greatly reduces the
chance of damages caused by electrical problems.
To
identify and check fuses, refer to the fuse panel,
which is behind the glove box door, and the fuse usage
chart later in this section.
A
fuse puller is clipped inside the fuse panel
door. Place
the wide end
of
the fuse puller over the plastic end of
the fuse. Squeeze the ends over the fuse and pull it out.
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 correct size.
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Fuse
Panel
(3.1L
V6
Engine)
Position
Circuitry
CTSY
Dome Lamps, Courtesy Lamps, Power Door
Lock Switches, Glove Box Lamp, Power
Mirrors, Power Sliding Delay Lock Module
ELC
HORN
STOP
HAZ
Auto Level Control, Underhood Lamp
Horns, Horn Relay, Safety Belt Buzzer
Front/Rear Turn Lamps, Front Sidemarker
Lamps, Rear Stop Lamps, Instrument Cluster
Turn Indicator Lamps, Cruise Brake Switch
F PUMP
Fuel Pump,
Oil
Pressure SenderIFuel Pump Switch
Position
RDO
1/
AUX
TAIL
ECM
TURN
B/U
GAUGES
LPS
ABS
RD02
R
WIPER
F
WIPER
IGN
HTR-A/C
R BLW
Circuitry
Radio, Front Cigar Lighter, Accessory
Power
Outlet
Front Park Lamps,
Rear
Taillamps,
Front
Sidemarker
Lamps,
License
Plate
Lamp,
Radio,
HeatNentlAC Control
Head,
Power
Sliding
Door
Throttle Body
Fuel Injection, Fuel Pump
Relay,
Elec. Vac. Reg.
Valve,
Elec. Control Module,
Elec. Spark Control Module
Front/Rear
Turn
Lamps,
Front
Sidemarker
Lamps,
Cluster
Turn
Telltale,
Back-up Lamps,
Fog
Lamps
Cluster, Anti-Lock
Brake System Lamp
Module, Elec. Level Control Sensor
Cluster, Radio, Wiper Switch, Headlamp
Switch, Rear Blower Switch, Heat/Vent/AC
Control Head, Door Switch Illumination,
FrontIRear
Ashtray Illumination Bulbs
Anti-Lock Brake System
Radio
Rear Wiperwasher Motors; Overhead Console
Compass
Front Wipermasher Motor
A/C
Compressor,
A/C
Solenoid
Box,
Compressor
Relay,
Temp.
Door
Motor,
Low
Blower
Relay;
HeatNentlAC
Control
Head;
Cruise
Module;
Cooling
Fan
Relay;
Rear
Defogger
Relay;
Key
Chime;
Vehicle
Speed
Sensor
Buffer
and
Generator
Charge
Discrete,
Transaxle
Converter
Clutch
Switch
FrondRear Blower Motors, High Blower Relay
Rear Blower, Rear
Heat/Vent/AC
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Fuse
Panel
(3800
V6
Engine)
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STOP HA2
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TAIL
Position
CTSY
ELC
HORN
STOP
HAZ
Circuitry
Dome Lamps, Courtesy Lamps, Power
Door
Lock Switches, Glove Box Lamp, Power
Mirrors, Power Sliding Delay
Lock Module
Auto
Level Control, Underhood Lamp
Horns,
Horn
Relay, Safety Belt Buzzer
Front/Rear Turn Lamps, Front Sidemarker
Lamps,
Rear Stop Lamps, Instrument Cluster
Turn Indicator Lamps
Position
Circuitry
RDOl/
Radio,
Front Cigar Lighter,
Accessory
Power
AUX
Outlet
TAIL
Front
Park
Lamps,
Rear
Taillamps,
Front
Sidemarker
Lamps,
License
Plate
Lamp,
Radio,
HeatNentlAC Control
Head,
Power
Sliding
Door
ABS
ECM
Anti-Lock Brakemraction Control System
Mass
Air
How
Sensor,
Electronic
Control
Module
TURN
Front/Rear
Turn
Lamps, Front Sidemarker
B/U
Lamps, Cluster Turn
Telltale,
Back-up Lamps,
Fog Lamps
Module,
Elec. Level Control Sensor
GAUGES Cluster, Anti-Lock
Brake System Lamp
INJ 3365D Remote Location (see page
6-56)
LPS
Cluster, Radio, Wiper Switch, Headlamp
Switch, Rear Blower Switch, HeatNentlAC
Control Head, Door Switch Illumination,
Front/Rear
Ashtray Illumination Bulbs
RD02
Radio
R
WIPER
Rear Wipermasher Motors; Overhead Console
F
WIPER Front
WiperNasher Motor
Compass
IGN
A/C Solenoid Box, Temp. Door Motor,
Low
Blower Relay; HeatNentlAC Control
Head;
Cooling Fan Relay; Rear Defogger Relay;
Key
Chime; Transaxle Converter Clutch Solenoid
and Generator Charge Discrete
HTR-A/C
Front/Rear
Blower Motors, High
Blower
Relay
R BLW
Rear
Blower, Rear HeatNentlAC
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Anti-Lock
Brake
System
(ABS)
Junction
Block
Fuse
Injector
3365
Fuse
(3800
V6
Engine
Only)
You’ll find this fuse under the hood in
the
ABS
junction
block, located next to the remote positive jump starting
terminal.
To
open the junction block, press
in
on
both sides
of
the
cover.
This
fuse is located under the hood, on
a
bracket just
behind the passenger’s side headlamp.
It
is
mounted on
the face
of
the bracket in the position closest
to
the
passenger’s side of the vehicle. The fuse services the
injectors, fuel pump, oil pressure sender and fuel
pump
switch.
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To access the fuse, pry back the latch with a screwdriver,
then pull down on the base of the unit.
If
you need to
replace
the
fuse, be sure
to
use
a
fuse
that is the
same
amperage.
Push
the base of the unit firmly up into the cover until
the latch snaps into the locked position.
Headlamp
Wiring
The headlamp wiring is
protected by a
circuit breaker
i
the
lamp
switch. An electrical
overload will cause the
in
lamps to
go
on and off, or in some
cases
to
remain off.
If
this
happens,
have your headlamp system checked right
away.
Windshield
Wipers
The windshield wiper motor
is
protected by a
circuit
breaker and a
fuse.
If
the motor overheats due to heavy
snow, etc., the wiper will stop until the motor cools.
If
the overload
is
caused by some
electrical
problem,
have
it fixed.
Power
Windows
and
Other
Power
Options
Circuit
breakers
in
the circuit
breakerhelay panel 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.
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