Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant find fuse box
When you stand in front of the car, look at the battery.
now look furter away from you - that's the air filter casing. (It has 4 screws fastening it, 3 are easily visible)
now look even further away from you - THERES THE FUSE BOX!!! (it has a screw in the middle.)
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
If it is only 1 window,it is unlikely a fuse as it would control all windows and probably 1 or 2 more systems.The fuse box under the hood should not be an issue either since it is a very high power controller and is called a power distribution box.If the window has an option to be operated by more than one switch and does not work with either the motor is probably bad.If it is the driver window and has only a switch to control that particular window I can tell you a fairly simple way to determine what is wrong.If it is a different window which can be operated by 2 separate switches,I would say the window motor.If you would like more help or I did not get the scenario correct,please write back and I will get an auto link to your post and we'll figure it out.Good luck! Greg
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
It is located along with other relays on the right hand side of the firewall. There you find a bracket holding the four relays for Pump, AC, Blower, and Radiator Fan. There is also a fuel pump fuse that must be checked. It is located near to the relay. See the diagram below.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
first thing you need the fuse on that wire second either you have a short between the alt and bat or your alt might be grounded internally auto zone has a tester to check the voltage from your alt. it may have a faulty voltage regulator
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
SOURCE: there are two wires coming
There should be a tag or marking for the amperage on the fuseable link, this should be rated lower [ say the original wire is 8 gage, the fuseable link should be a lighter, like 10 gage ] then the wire it protects and should fail first. Is the spliced wire smaller then the Fuse link?, If so then you should replace the wire with the same size as the orignial one from the factory.
NOTE: Fuseable links have a isulation that's fire resistant, common wire shouldn't be used in this situation as there's a fire danger.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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