Oldsmobile Bravada - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Bravada - 1998 Fuse Box Diagram

Passlock
TM
Your vehicle is equipped with the Passlock
theft-deterrent system.
Passlock
is
a passive theft-deterrent system.
The system
is armed
once the
key
is
removed from the ignition.
Passlock enables fuel if the ignition lock cylinder
is
turned
with
a valid key.
If
a
correct key
is
not
used, fuel
is disabled.
During normal operation, the SECURITY light will go
off
after
the
engine
is started.
If
the
engine stalls and the SECURITY light flashes,
wait about
10
minutes
until
the light stops flashing
before trying to restart the engine.
Remember to release
the key from the START position
as
soon as the
engine
starts.
If
the engine
does not start after three
(3)
tries, the
vehicle needs service.
If
you are driving and the SECURITY light comes on,
you
will
be able to restart the engine
if
you
turn the
engine off. However, your Passlock system is not
working properly and must be serviced by your retailer.
Your vehicle is
not protected by Passlock at
this time.
You may
also
want to check the fuse
(see
Fuses
and Circuit Breakers”
in
the Index).
See
your retailer
for
service.
If
the SECURITY light comes on
while the engine
is
running,
a problem has been detected and
the system
may
need service.
See your retailer for service.
In
an emergency, call the Oldsmobile Roadside
Assistance Center at
1
-800-442-OLDS
(6537).
Engine
Coolant
Heater
(If
Equipped)
In
very cold weather,
0°F
(-18°C)
or
colder, the engine
coolant heater can help.
You’ll
get easier
starting and
better fuel economy
during
engine
warm-up. Usually,
the coolant heater should be plugged
i n
a
minimum
of
four hours prior to
starting your vehicle.
To
Use
the Engine Coolant Heater
1 .
Turn off the engine.
2.
Open
the
hood and unwrap the electrical cord.
The
cord is located
on
the
driver’s
side of
the engine
compartment, behind the underhood fuse block.
3.
Plug
it
into
a
normal, grounded
1
10-volt AC outlet.
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 won’t 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.
If
you don’t,
it
could be damaged.
How
long
should you keep the coolant heater plugged
in?
The
answer depends
on
the outside temperature, the
kind
of
oil
you have, and some other things. Instead
of
trying to
list
everything here. we ask
that
you contact
your retailer
in
the area where you’ll be parking your
vehicle. The retailer can give
yo11
the
best advice for that
particular area.
Turn
and
Lane
Change Signals
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.
An
arrow
on
the
instrument panel
will
flash
i n
the direction of
the
turn
or
lane change.
To
signal
a
lane change, just raise or lower the lever
until
the 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, replace
it
to
help avoid an
accident.
If
the arrows
don't
go on
a t
all
when
you
signal
a
turn, check the fuse (see "Fuses and Circuit
Breakers''
i n
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.
Turn
Signal
On
Chime
If
your turn signal is left on for
nwre than
3/4
of
a
mile
(
I
.2
km),
a
chime will sound at each flash of
the turn
signal. To
turn
off
the
chime.,
move the turn signal lever
to the
off
position.
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam
Changer
To change the headlamps from low
to
high
beam or high
to low beam.
pull
the multifunction lever a11 the
way
toward you. Then release
it.
When the
high beams are
on, this indicator light
on
the instrument panel
will
also be on.
Accessory
Power
Outlets
With
the
accessory power
outlets,
you
can
plug in
auxiliary electrical
equipment.
The accessory power
outlets
are
located near
the
center of the vehicle on
the
lower part
of the instrument panel.
Just
remove
the plug
from the outlet 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.
NOTICE:
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.
Sunroof
(If
Equipped)
Your vehicle
may
be
equipped
with
a
power
sliding
sunroof.
To
open or close
your
sunroof,
the
ignition
or
RAP
needs
to
be
on.
See “Retained
Accessory
Power’‘
in
the
Index.
Press and release the rear side
of
the button
i n
the
mini
console to open the sunroof. You can press the forward
side
of
the button to close the sunroof. Once the sunroof
is closed, press the forward side of the button to open
the sunroof to the vent position.
The sunroof is also equipped with
a
sunshade which
you
can
pull
forward to block sun rays.
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Trailer
Wiring
Harness
The trailer wiring harness is
an eight-wire harness
assembly. The harness
is
stored under the vehicle, on
the
driver's side corner
frame crossmember. The harness has
a
30-amp feed wire
with
an inline fuse located by the
junction
block.
See "Fuses and Circuit Breakers"
in
the
Index. The harness does not have
a
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.
Dark Blue: Use for electric trailer brakes
or
auxiliary wiring.
Red: Use for battery charging;
it
connects to the
starter
solenoid.
Light Green: Back-up lamps.
Brown: Tdillarnps and parking lamps.
Yellow: Left stoplamp and
turn
signal.
Dark Green: Right stoplamp and turn signal.
White
(Heavy
Gauge): Ground wire.
White (Light Gauge): 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.
When
you
lift
the hood, you’ll see these items:
A.
Battery
B.
Coolant Recovery
Tdnk
C. Engine
Oil
Dipstick
D.
Engine Oil
Fill
E.
Transmission Dipstick
F.
Power Steering Reservoir
G.
Brake
Master
Cylinder
H.
Air
Cleaner
I.
Engine Compartment
J.
Windshield Washer
Fluid
Fuse
Block
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Electrical
System
Add-on Electrical Equipment
I
NOTICE:
~
~
Don’t add anything
electrical to your
vehicle
unless
you
check
with
your
retailer
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.
Headlamps
The headlamp wiring
is
protected
by
an internal circuit
breaker.
An
electrical overload will cause the lamps to
go
o n
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
u n t i l
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
m t i l
the
problem
is
fixed or goes
away.
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Fuses and Circuit Breakers
The wiring circuits
in
your 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 f ~ ~ s e .
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.
I f
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
to the left.
Extra fuses and
the
fuse
extractor are provided
in
the
cover.
To
reinstall the fuse panel cover, push
in
and
turn
the fastener to the right.
FuseKircuit
Usage
Breaker
A
Not
Used
B
Not
Used
1
Headlamp Switch, Body Control
Module, Headlamp Relay
FuseKircuit
Breaker
2
3
4
8
9
10
11
12
Usage
Cigarette Lighter, Data Link
Connector
Cruise Control Module and
Switch, Body Control Module,
Heated Seats
Gages, Body Control Module,
Instrument Panel Cluster
Interior Lights
Not
Used
Power Outside Mirror, Power
Lock
Relay
Courtesy Lamps, Battery
Run-Down Protection
HVAC Control Head (Manual)
Turn
Signal
Cluster, Engine Control Module
Parking Lamps, Power Window
Switch, Body Control Module,
Ashtray Lamp
FuseKircuit
Breaker
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Usage
Engine
Compartment
Fuse
Block
Auxiliary Power
Power
Locks
Motor
4WD Switch,
Engine
Controls
(VCM,
PCM,
Transmission)
Supplemental Inflatable Restraint,
SDM Module
Front Wiper
Not Used
Radio
Battery
Not Used
HVAC (Manual), HVAC
I
(Automatic), HVAC Sensors
(Automatic)
Anti-Lock Brakes
Rear Wiper
Radio, Ignition
The
fuse block is under the hood at the driver’s side of
the engine compartment.
Remove the cover
by
turning the
fastener
to
the
left. To
reinstall the fuse panel cover, push in and turn the
fastener
to
the
right.
FUSE
PULLER
D L
1 T
STARTER
FlPUMP
PRINTED IN
USA
Name
TRL TRN
TRR
TRN
TRL BTU
VEH
B/U
RT TURN
Usage
Trailer Left Turn
Trailer Right Turn
Trailer Back-up Lamps
Vehicle Back-up Lamps
Right Turn Signal Front
4
1
1
1
Name
LT TURN
LT TRN
RT TRN
RR
PRK
TRL
PRK
LT HDLP
RT HDLP
FR PRK
INT BAT
ENG
1
ECM
B
ABS
ECM
1
HORN
BTSI
Usage
Left Turn Signal Front
Left Turn Signal Rear
Right Turn Signal Rear
Right Rear Parking Lamps
Trailer Parking Lamps
Left Headlamp
Right Headlamp
Front Parking Lamps
I/P Fuse Block Feed
Engine Sensors/Solenoids, MAP,
CAM, PURGE, VENT
Engine Control Module, Fuel
Pump,
Module, Oil Pressure
Anti-Lock Brake System
Engine Control Module Injectors
Horn
Brake-Transmission Shift
Interlock
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