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Where the rap module located?

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Replace the RAP module. That stands for Retain Accessory Power for this abbreivation. The module quit working correctly you see

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-----------------[ S8 ][S 12][S 16][S 20]
-----------[ S5 ][ S9 ][S 13][S 17][S 21]
[ S1 ][ S3 ][ S6 ][S 10][S 14][S 18][S 22]
[ S2 ][ S4 ][ S7 ][S 11][S 15][S 19][S 23]
[ S 24 ] [ S 31 ] [ S 38 ] -- -- --
[ S 25 ] [ S 32 ] [ S 39 ] R R R
[ S 26 ] [ S 33 ] [ S 40 ] S S S
[ S 27 ] [ S 34 ] [ S 41 ] -- -- --
[ S 28 ] [ S 35 ] [ S 42 ] R R
[ S 29 ] [ S 36 ] [ S 43 ] S S
[ S 30 ] [ S 37 ] [ S 44 ] -- --

S1=10 AMP=Heated washer nozzles, glove compartment light, memory seat...
S2=10 AMP=Turn Signal System
S3=5 AMP=Fog Light Relay, Instrument Panel Dimmer Switch
S4=5 AMP=License Plate Lamps
S5=7.5 AMP=Comfort System, Cruise Control, Climatronic, A/C, Heated Seat Control Modules, Day/Night Dimming Mirror, Control Module and Control Unit for Multifunction Steering Wheel.
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S8=OPEN
S9=5 AMP=Anti-Lock Brakes.
S10=10 AMP for GAS/5 AMPS for Diesel=ECM
S11=5 AMP=Instrument Cluster
S12=7.5 AMP=B+ (battery positive for data-link connector) (DLC).
S13=10 AMP=Brake Lights
S14=10 AMP=Interior Lights, Central Locking System
S15=5 AMP=Instrument Cluster, Automatic Transmission Control Module (TCM).
S16=10 AMP=A/C Clutch, After Run Coolant Pump.
S17=Open
S18=10 AMP=High Beam Right
S19=10 AMP=High Beam Left
S20=15 AMP=Low Beam Right
S21=15 AMP=Low Beam Left
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S23=5 AMP=Parking and Side Marker Lights, Left
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S31=20 AMP=Automatic Transmission Control Module
S32=10 AMP Gas for Fuel Injectors/15 AMP Diesel for ECM
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S35=30 AMP=12 VDC Outlet in Trunk
S36=15 AMP=Fog Lights
S37=10 AMP=Radio Terminal 86S, Instrument Cluster
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S43=10 AMP=Engine Control Elements
S44=15 AMP=Heated Seats

hope this helps ; )

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