Question about 1997 Cadillac Catera
My 1997 has a slight problem the climate control does not work and when I try to replace the fuse it pops again. I have checked to see if there is a coin or a piece of metal causing the fuse to pop but nothing was found. Now every so often the interior lights don't come on. I would like to get this fixed as winter is coming and would enjoy having heat. I had a theory if ti was an issue with the relay center next to the battery? And if so which fuse would I replace under there? And lastly how do I get that cover off? That is if that could possibly be the issue. Thank you for your help!
You have a short circuit. Replacing a fuse in the under hood fuse/relay box will not fix this. Look on the lid of the fuse box that the blown fuse is in and it should have a diagram of what fuse protects what circuit. This will tell you where to look for the short (radio, power seats, windshield wipers, etc.). After determining what this fuse protects you can unplug each component one at a time and install a fuse after each one. If the fuse blows again plug that component back in and do the next one. When the fuse doesn't blow then you will know where the short is . Good luck.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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