Oldsmobile Bravada - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Bravada - 1996 Fuse Box Diagram

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, replace
it
to
help avoid an
accident. If the arrows don’t go on at all when you
signal
a
turn,
check the fuse (see “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers” in the Index) and for burned-out bulbs.
If
you
have
a
trailer
towing 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.
Headlamp HighLow Beam
Changer
To
change the headlamps from low beam to high or high
to low, pull the multifunction lever all the way toward
you. Then release
it.
When the high beams are
on, this indicator light on
the instrument panel will
also be on.
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Accessory
Power
Outlets
The accessory power outlets
are located below the
cigarette lighter. Just pull down
from the top
of
the door
and follow
the
proper
installation instructions that are
included with any electrical
equipment
you
install.
These
circuits
are protected by a fuse
and have
maximum current levels.
I
NOTICE:
1
When
using the accessory power
outlets,
maximum
electrical
load must not
exceed
25
amps.
Always
turn
off
any electrical
equipment
when
not
in
use. Leaving
electrical
equipment
on for extended
periods
will
drain
your
battery.
Universal
Transmitter
This
transmitter
allows
you to consolidate
the
functions
of
up
to
three
individual
hand-held
transmitters. It
will
operate
garage
doors
and
gates, or with
the
accessory
package,
other
devices
controlled by radio
frequency
such
as
home/office
lighting
systems
and
security
systems.
Trailer
Wiring
Harness
The light duty trailer wiring is
a
six-wire harness
assembly. The optional heavy duty trailer wiring is
an
eight-wire harness assembly. The harnesses are stored
under the vehicle, on
the driver’s side corner frame
crossmember. The heavy duty trailer wiring
has
a
30-amp feed wire
with
an inline fuse located by the
junction block. See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers”
in
the
Index. Both harnesses have no connector and should be
wired by a qualified electrical technician. The technician
can use
the following color
code chart when connecting
the wiring harness to your trailer.
0
DARK
BLUE:
Use for electric trailer brakes or
auxiliary wiring.
0
RED:
Use for battery charging;
it
connects to the
starter solenoid (eight-wire harness only).
0
LIGHT
GREEN:
Back-up lamps (eight-wire
harness only).
BROWN:
Taillamps and parking lamps.
YELLOW:
Left stoplamp and
turn
signal.
DARK
GREEN:
Right stoplamp and turn signal.
WHITE
(Heavy
Gage):
Ground wire.
WHITE
(Light
Gage):
Auxiliary stoplamp.
Securely attach the harness to the trailer, then tape or
strap
it
to your vehicle’s frame rail. Be sure you leave it
loose enough
so
the wiring doesn’t bend or break,
but
not
so
loose that
it
drags on
the ground. Store the
harness
in
its original place. Wrap the harness together
and
tie
it
neatly
so
it
won’t be damaged.
Headlamps
The headlamp
wiring
is
protected by
an
internal
circuit
breaker.
An electrical
overload
will
cause
the
lamps
to go
on
and
off,
or
in
some cases to remain
off.
If
this happens,
have
your
headlamp
wiring
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, be
sure
to
get
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.
Fuses
and
Circuit
Breakers
The wiring circuits
in
your vehicle
are protected from
short circuits by
a
combination of fuses, circuit breakers,
and fusible thermal links. 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.
lr
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 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.
Instrument
Panel
Fuse
Block
The fuse block is at the
driver’s end of the
instrument panel.
Remove the cover by turning
the
fastener
counterclockwise. Extra fuses and the
fuse
extractor are
provided in the cover.
To
reinstall
the
fuse panel cover,
push
in
and turn the fastener
clockwise.
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Fuse/Circuit
Usage
Breaker
6
Blower Motor, Temperature Door
Motor, HI Blower Relay Coil
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Power Auxiliary Outlets, Assembly
Line Diagnostic Link
Rear Window Defogger
PCM/VCM Battery, ABS Battery
PCM/VCM Ignition, Injectors, Crank
Sensor, Coil Driver Module
Radio, Inside Rearview Mirror
Map
Lamp, Overhead Console Reading
Lamps,
Rear Wiper, Rear Washer,
Overhead Console Display
DRAC, Anti-Lock Braking
System,
Clock, Radio, Battery,
CD
Player
A/C Compressor Battery Feed
Daytime
Running
Lamps,
Fog
Lamps,
Fog
Lamp Relay
VCM IGN-3
FuseKircuit
Usage
Breaker
16
17
19
20
21
22
24
Turn Signals and Back-up Lamps,
Brake-Transmission Shift
Interlock Solenoid
Windshield Washer, Windshield
Wiper Motor
Not Used
Crank
Signal, Air Bag System
Cluster Illumination,
Radio
Illumination, Heater Lamp, Chime
Module,
Fog
Lamp
Illumination,
Rear Wiper Switch, Rear Defog
Switch Illumination, Liftglass Release
Switch
Illumination, Overhead
Console Illumination
Air Bag System
PRNDL Power, 4L60E Automatic
Transmission