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Good morning, where I can get the wiring diagram of alarm multifunction module and the cluster system of cavalier 99, thanks.

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if its not a fuse. try a relay. itll be under the hood in a little box. if thats not it than it could be a short in the wiring.check your running lights as well. most of the time they are ran on the same fuse so if one doesnt work the other one probably wont. also if you have recently replaced your stereo. check over the wiring on it because something could have got loose.

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Fuse Box Diagrams (Inside and Engine) for 2009 Volkswagen Tigua?


Attached are the diagrams requested - good luck!
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Fuse, (Amps), Circuit
F1 -
F2 -
F3 -
F4 -
F5 -
F6 -
F7 -
F8 -
F9 (5A) Supplementary restraint system (SRS) control module
F10 (10A) Four wheel drive control module
F11 (5A) Parking aid control module, self-parking system control module
F12 (10A) Gas discharge headlamp control module (LH)
F13 (5A)
ABS/ESP system, AC system, anti-dazzle interior mirror, heated windscreen washer jets, seat occupation control
module, transmission control module (TCM), reversing lamps, engine management system
F14 (10A)
ABS control module, engine control module (ECM), heated seats, power steering control module, suspension
control module, trailer control module, AC control module, instrumentation control module, CAN data bus
gateway control module
F15 (10A)
Auxiliary heater, data link connector (DLC), parking brake control module, engine management, headlamp
direction control module
F16 (10A) Gas discharge headlamp control module (RH)
F17 (5A) Instrument panel
F18 (10A) Mobile telephone control module, multimedia control module
F19 (10A) Steering column function control module 2
F20 (5A) ABS control module, AC system, transmission control module (TCM)
F21 (15A) Door function control module, left rear, door function control module, right rear, multifunction control module 2
F22 (5A) Alarm system, multifunction control module 2
F23 (10A) ABS/ESP system, AC system, data link connector (DLC), rear view camera control module, headlamp switch
F24 (10A) Door function control module, driver, door function control module, passenger
F25 (20A) Transmission control module (TCM)
F26 -
F27 -
F28 (40A) AC control module, auxiliary heater
F29 (15A) Rear screen wiper motor
F30 -
F31 (20A) Auxiliary power sockets, cigarette lighter
F32 -
F33 -
F34 -
F35 -
F36 -
F37 -
F38 (10A) Steering column function control module 1
F39 (20A) Headlamp washers
F40 (15A) Trailer control module
F41 (15A) Trailer control module
F42 (20A) Trailer control module
F43 (25A) Sunroof control module
F44 (25A) Parking brake control module
F45 (25A) Heater blower motor, heated rear window
F46 (30A) Door function control module, driver, door function control module, passenger
F47 (30A) Door function control module, driver, door function control module, right rear
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F49 (20A) multifunction control module 2
F50 (25A) Parking brake control module
F51 (40A) AC/heater blower motor control module
F52 (30A) Seat heater control module
F53
(20A/30A)
Headlamp washers
F54 (30A) Auxiliary power sockets
F55 (15A) Lumbar support adjustment
F56 (15A) Suspension control module
F57 (25A) Sun blind control module
F58 (1A) Trailer warning lamp
F59 (20A) Multimedia control module
F60 -

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Fuse (Amps) Circuit
F1 -
F2 -
F3 (5A) Multifunction control module 2
F4 (30A) ABS/ESP system
F5 -
F6 (5A) Instrumentation control module, steering column function control module 2
F7 (40A) Ignition main circuits
F8 (25A) In-car entertainment (ICE)
F8 (25A) Voltage converter
F9 (5A) Mobile telephone control module
F10 (5A/10A) Engine control module (ECM)
F11 (20A) Auxiliary heater control module
F12 (5A) CAN data bus gateway control module
F13 (15A/30A) Engine control module (ECM)
F14 (5A) Engine management system
F15 (5A/10A/15A) Fuel pump (FP), AC compressor clutch, engine management system
F16 (30A) Multifunction control module 2
F17 (15A) Alarm system horn
F18 (30A) Audio system
F19 (30A) Windscreen wiper motor
F20 (10A) Engine management system
F21 (10A/20A) Engine management system, fuel pump (FP) control module
F22 (5A) Clutch pedal position (CPP) switch
F23 (10A) Engine management system
F24 (10A) Engine coolant blower motor control module, engine management system, engine coolant heater
F25 (40A) ABS/ESP system
F26 (30A) Multifunction control module 2
F27 -
F28 (50A) Glow plug control module
F29 (50A) Electric seats
F30 (50A) Ignition switch circuits
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Odometer cluster fuse keeps blowing


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I need to disable my alarm on a 1997 bmw 528i.


Now im not sure since the manual says your model has the same alarm system as the 328i and on the 328i you can remove the module to disable by doing the following. you can unplug the control module. It is located under the glove box. Climb under the dash on the passenger side and remove a few screws on the trim panel under the glove box. Theres a black control module with a green connector. There should be a lock tab on the connector. press the lock tab and pull out the connector. The alarm should now be disabled. But if it has the special transponder key this may not work.
But if the only reason you want to disable it is because of the motion sensor setting of the alarm for no reason there is a solution for this. To disable the motion sensor, hit the lock button to arm, then hit lock button again within four seconds to disable motion sensor. Red light on rearview mirror should flash four times, then pause, then start flashing on regular intervals. this is most likely the reason if your having the issue where the alarm goes off every 20 minutes.
If you want to completely remove it below is a wiring diagram taken from the manual for you alarm system.
this is from the manual its the alarm wiring diagram.
Battery Constant 12v Positive Wire ( ): Red/White or RedBattery Constant 12v Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Starter Positive Wire ( ): Black/Yellow or Black
Starter Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition Positive Wire ( ): Green
Ignition Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Second Ignition Positive Wire ( ): Purple/White or Purple
Second Ignition Positive Wire Location: Ignition Switch Harness
Parking Light Positive Wire ( ): Gray/Purple and Gray/Yellow. Use Both Wires. This vehicle has a dual parking light system that will require 2 extra relays.
Parking Light Positive Wire Location: At Headlight Switch
Power Door Lock Positive Wire ( ): White/Red
Power Door Lock Positive Wire Location: At Factory Alarm Plug. The alarm plug is a black 12 pin plug located just behind the glove box.
Power Door Unlock Positive Wire ( ): Blue/Red
Power Door Unlock Positive Wire Location: At Factory Alarm Plug. The alarm plug is a black 12 pin plug located just behind the glove box.
Door Trigger Negative Wire (-): Brown/Gray
Door Trigger Negative Wire Location: At Factory Alarm Plug. The alarm plug is a black 12 pin plug located just behind the glove box.
Domelight Supervision Wire: Turns On With Unlock
Domelight Supervision Wire Location: N/A
Horn Negative Wire (-): Brown/Red or Brown/Yellow
Horn Negative Wire Location: At Steering Column Harness
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire (-): Black
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire Location: At Instrument Cluster
Brake Light Positive Wire ( ): Blue/Red or Green/Red
Brake Light Positive Wire Location: At Switch Above Brake Pedal
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire (-): Disarms With Factory Remote Only. Factory Alarm Disarm Wire Location: N/A
Factory Anti-Theft System: Transponder Anti-Theft System, Requires Bypass And Extra Ignition Key. The 1997 model year vehicle may require a bypass module and an extra ignition key, if vehicle is equipped with a special key from BMW.
Factory Anti-Theft System Location: Transponder At Ignition Switch Tumbler
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Steering wheel covers


I hope this helps....these are the steps to removing and replacing the cylinder:

  1. Remove the knee bolster.
  2. Remove the steering column trim covers from the steering column.
  3. Disconnect the steering column electrical connectors.
  4. Remove the wire harness assembly from the steering column and the wire harness strap.
  5. Slide the 2 connectors of the turn signal and multifunction switch assembly out of the bulkhead connector.
  6. Remove the key alarm connector from the lock module assembly in the following way:
  7. Rotate the key alarm connector 90 degrees.
  8. Pull the key alarm connector out of the lock module assembly.
  9. Remove the passkey connector from the lock module assembly.
  10. Remove the connector from the electric park lock, for vehicles equipped with floor shifters.
  11. Remove the ignition switch from the lock module using tool J42759 or equivalent.
To install:
  1. Install the ignition switch to the lock module
  2. Install the key alarm connector into the lock module assembly.
  3. Push the key alarm connector into the lock module assembly.
  4. Rotate the key alarm connector 90 degrees so that the key alarm connector locks into place.
  5. Install the passkey connector into the lock module assembly.
  6. Install the connector to the electric park lock, for vehicles equipped with floor shifters.
  7. Slide the 2 connectors of the turn signal and multifunction switch into the bulkhead connector.
  8. Attach the wire harness assembly to the steering column wire harness strap.
  9. Connect the steering column electrical connectors to the vehicle.
  10. Install the trim covers to the column.
  11. Install the knee bolster.
  12. Enable the SIR system.
  13. It may be necessary to reprogram the theft deterrent system if the module was replaced.

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  • Erase DTC memory of Engine Control Module (ECM). Generate readiness code. If no malfunctions are detected in wire from Engine Control Module (ECM) to warning lamp:
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You will also need to swap the speedo cluster. thats where the anti theft module is located. After that you may still need to relearn the key switch.I will look at the wiring diagrams and get back to you on the starter circut in side the vehicle. You may have to change some other things.Talk to ya soon. Dan

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