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Fusible link that controls horn, doorlocks, radio, and interior lights

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    Where is the fusible link that controls the doorlocks, horn, radio, and interior lights

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These are fuses, fuse links are different, The fuse panel is located inside the glove box, on the left side.
To change a fuse, open the glove box, Pull down on the
fuse panel latch and open the door. Pull the fuse straight out to replace or check.

The fuses are marked with letters.


Fuse "K" a 20 amp fuse (yellow) controls the door locks, the horn, the interior lights

Fuse "M" a 5 amp fuse (tan) controls the radio illumination
Fuse "N" a 10 amp fuse (red) is the radio power fuse

This information comes directly from the GM customer site and the 1993 Buick Century owners manual.

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