Oldsmobile Bravada - 1999 Fuse Box Diagram

Oldsmobile Bravada - 1999 Fuse Box Diagram

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Testing the Alarm
The alarm can be tested by following these steps:
1.
From inside the vehicle, lower the driver’s window
and open the driver’s door.
2.
Activate the system by locking the doors with the
power door lock switch while the door is open, or
with the remote keyless entry transmitter.
3.
Get out of the vehicle, close the door and wait for the
SECURITY light to go out.
4.
Then reach in through the window, unlock the door
with the manual door lock and open the door. This
should set off the alarm.
If the alarm does not sound when it should but the
vehicle’s headlamps flash, check to see if the horn
works. The horn fuse may be blown. To replace the fuse,
see “Fuses and Circuit Breakers” in the Index.
If the alarm does not sound or the vehicle’s headlamps
do not flash, the vehicle should be serviced by an
authorized service center.
Passlock
R
Your vehicle is equipped with the Passlock
theft
-
deterrent system.
Passlock is a passive theft
-
deterrent system. Passlock
enables fuel if the ignition lock cylinder is turned with a
valid key. If a correct key is not used or the ignition lock
cylinder is tampered with, fuel is disabled.
During normal operation, the SECURITY light will go
off approximately five seconds after the key is turned to
the RUN ignition position.
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 START as soon as the engine starts.
If the engine does not start after three (3) tries, the
vehicle needs service.
If the engine is running 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 dealer. 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 dealer for service.
In an emergency, call the Oldsmobile Roadside
Assistance Center at 1
-
800
-
442
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OLDS (6537).
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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 110
-
volt AC outlet.
CAUTION:
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 dealer in the area where you’ll be parking your
vehicle. The dealer can give you the best advice for that
particular area.
Automatic Transmission Operation
There are several
different positions for
your shift lever.
PARK (P):
This locks your wheels. It’s the best position
to use when you start your engine because your vehicle
can’t move easily.
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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 in 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 at all when you
signal a turn, check the fuse (see “Fuses and Circuit
Breakers” in the Index) and for burned
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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 more than 3/4 of a mile
(1.2 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.
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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 20
amps. Always turn off any electrical equipment
when not in use. Leaving electrical equipment on
for extended periods will drain your battery.
Sunroof (Option)
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 in 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.
D
Dark Blue: Use for electric trailer brakes or
auxiliary wiring.
D
Red: Use for battery charging; it connects to the
starter solenoid.
D
Light Green: Back
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up lamps.
D
Brown: Taillamps and parking lamps.
D
Yellow: Left stoplamp and turn signal.
D
Dark Green: Right stoplamp and turn signal.
D
White (Heavy Gauge): Ground wire.
D
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.
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When you lift the hood, you’ll see these items:
A. Battery
B.
Coolant Recovery Tank
C.
Engine Oil Dipstick
D.
Engine Oil Fill
E.
Transmission Dipstick
F.
Power Steering Reservoir
G.
Brake Master Cylinder
H.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
I.
Engine Compartment
Fuse Block
J.
Windshield Washer Fluid
Reservoir
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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 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 or ice 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 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 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.
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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.
Fuse/Circuit
Breaker
Usage
A
Not Used
B
Not Used
1
Not Used
2
Cigarette Lighter, Data
Link Connector
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Fuse/Circuit
Breaker
Usage
3
Cruise Control Module and Switch,
Body Control Module, Heated Seats
4
Gages, Body Control Module,
Instrument Panel Cluster
5
Parking Lamps, Power Window
Switch, Body Control Module,
Ashtray Lamp
6
Steering Wheel Radio Controls
7
Headlamp Switch, Body Control
Module, Headlamp Relay
8
Courtesy Lamps, Battery Run
-
Down
Protection
9
Not Used
10
Turn Signal
11
Cluster, Engine Control Module
12
Interior Lights
Fuse/Circuit
Breaker
Usage
13
Auxiliary Power
14
Power Locks Motor
15
4WD Switch, Engine Controls
(VCM, PCM, Transmission)
16
Supplemental Inflatable Restraint
17
Front Wiper
18
Steering Wheel Radio Controls
19
Radio, Battery
20
Amplifier
21
HVAC I (Automatic), HVAC Sensors
(Automatic)
22
Anti
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Lock Brakes
23
Rear Wiper
24
Radio, Ignition
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Engine Compartment Fuse Block
The fuse block is under the hood at the driver’s side of
the engine compartment.
Remove the cover by turning the fastener
counterclockwise. To reinstall the fuse panel cover, push
in and turn the fastener clockwise.
Name
Usage
TRL TRN
Trailer Left Turn
TRR TRN
Trailer Right Turn
TRL B/U
Trailer Back
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Up Lamps
VEH B/U
Vehicle Back
-
Up Lamps
RT TURN
Right Turn Signal Front
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Name
Usage
LT TURN
Left Turn Signal Front
HDLP W/W
Not Used
LT TRN
Left Turn Signal Rear
RT TRN
Right Turn Signal Rear
RR PRK
Right Rear Parking Lamps
TRL PRK
Trailer Parking Lamps
LT HDLP
Left Headlamp
RT HDLP
Right Headlamp
FR PRK
Front Parking Lamps
INT BAT
I/P Fuse Block Feed
ENG I
Engine Sensors/Solenoids, MAF,
CAM, PURGE, VENT
ECM B
Engine Control Module, Fuel
Pump Module, Oil Pressure
Name
Usage
ABS
Anti
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Lock Brake System
ECM I
Engine Control Module Injectors
A/C
Air Conditioning
W/W PMP
Not Used
HORN
Horn
BTSI
Brake
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Transmission Shift
Interlock
B/U LP
Back
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Up Lamps
IGN B
Column Feed, IGN 2, 3, 4
RAP
Retained Accessory Power
LD LEV
Not Used
OXYSEN
Oxygen Sensor
IGN E
Engine