Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue
The lights most likely a door sensor.
The window a fuse or relay
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably a resetting circuit breaker in the system. Some are reset when they cool off, others when keyed off. Must be something drawing too much current, or circuit breaker getting weak. Usual causes of drawing too much current in your case would be power window motors. With that said, there are some things you can try to lessen the load on the circuit such as spraying silicone down sides where felt is for easier window movement. Those areas get dried out and tend to grip glass as it's going up & down causing extra load on motor. I've also had to resort to removing door panels & spraying grease on tracks & guides inside door, to help. try silicone down sides first and see if it helps. Also make note if one window seems to cause it more than another, that gives you a good one to start on.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
is it the right key for that car? cause if not then that is the problem... if it is the right key, then you might have to replace the key cylinder cause you may have something broken in it...
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE BROKEN WIRES BETWEEN DRIVER'S DOOR AND BODY AT A PILLAR..PULL RUBBER BOOT FROM BODY AND DOOR AND INSPECT WIRING HERE
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Well hello, very descriptive. anyway the 2000 intrigue has a BCM just left of the steering column under dash, but not common to need changing. but the poblems that you mention (sunroof, windows, radio, cruise control, and steering wheel controls,) are all controlled by a system GM calls R.A.P retained accessory power. there is a relay for this behind glove box,. this relay gets its power from the fuse box in the dash. fuse is inadv power bus/rap fuse. this controls the relay. IGN 1 fuse 50A under hood is the power that is switched with it. The BCM does ground out this relay to make it all work.
if you check on the BCM you will find Orange wires in end plug. Test for power they should all read 12 volts. I will almost bet you that the Orange wire at pin K will be dead. that is the inadv power bus/rap, circuit. if there is no power here but fuse is good check for power at fuse. or you can connect a fuse holder with 15 am fuse from BCM pin J to K and presto you should have everything back.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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