Short Somewhere in maxifuse/relay miscellanious fuse
1994 Buick LeSabre. There is a short that runs the batterty down. We have isolated it to the miscellanious/electrical 60 amp fuse. If this fuse is removed, the short goes away. Can you tell me what this miscellanious fuse operates?
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Run constant with the key off? As long as the wiring was not messed with, could be the relay is stuck or the contacts fused together or the oil pressure switch is defective. I would unplug the relay first. If unplugging the relay and/or the oil pressure switch don't stop it then you would have to find a fault somewhere in the wiring such as wires melted together somewhere or shorted so the fuel pump is getting power.
Hello! In order for the cigar lighter and the aux.outlet to both have a fault narrows it down to the Cigar Relay or the Rear Integration Module...If you have a voltmeter we can pinpoint the fault..If not, a relay cost about $10, the RIM is rather expensive...I would suggest changing the relay (auto parts store)...
If ALL the windows quit working, then it's either a bad circuit breaker or a short circuit. There are two fuse/relay/breaker panels: under the hood and under the back seat cushion. The power window circuit breaker is under the back seat cushion, near the battery.
Remove the back seat completely, then remove the fuse panel top and inner cover. The fuse diagram is inside the top cover. Circuit breaker # 57 is the one. Pull it out. Use your voltmeter/multi-tester to check for continuity through the breaker. If there's no continuity, the breaker is bad and needs to be replaced. If it's good, then you have a dead short somewhere that causes the self-resetting breaker to uncouple when you attempt to operate a window. If so, the short will need to be traced down and repaired. Good luck.