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Where is the fuse for radio on a buick reatta

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SOURCE: the lights for the radio,climate,gauges,ect do not come on

Are you referring to the message center??? The message center is the CRT display in the center of the dash that controls your radio, A/C, heat, displays gauges, etc.

If that's not lighting up, you need to replace the unit. I have a spare one if you're interested. It's not perfect. The very bottom of the screen is starting to become very slightly distorted, but I will sell it very cheap. Just bought the entire interior from an '88 Reatta from a junkyard. Message center came with it. Let me know.
Bruce McGowan - waterskiers2@yahoo.com

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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in the fuse box should be listed as accessories ..usually one of the top 1st 3 but the panel should tell you what # it is refer to your owners manual as well

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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First, I should say that this is probably not the normal reason a horn does not operate...but, if it helps one person remedy the "non-functional horn" it will be worth the time it takes to write about it. Even though I am not a mechanic with lots of "mechanical terms", I hope I will be able to write up this "FIX" in a way that is understandable.....So here goes:
Neither horn button on my 1990 Reatta would work...power was traced to the steering wheel, but for some unknown reason there was no power getting to the button assembly. VERY IMPORTANT: We disconnected the battery and removed the Airbag Fuse and ONLY THEN did we pull the center ABS airbag module from the steering wheel..still connected to the steering wheel though.....
(Please read directions regarding Removal of the Airbag Package/Module found on the Reatta Club website, before doing this...as the directions also include a step that says to disconnect the "YELLOW" WIRE that connects to the airbag and is found under the dash...but we could not find the yellow wire and continued cautiously without disconnecting it...but I am not saying this is the proper or safe thing to do!!!!) .....then the button assemblies were easily changed (following Reatta website instructions) and still no sound. Again, the battery and fuse were disconnected and the ABS module was removed and THIS TIME, with a flashlight, we looked into the hole...in the steering wheel, where the horn harness spring wire goes... and saw that the white plastic encasement, in the lower section of the hole, had been broken and a small peice of the plastic lay across the metal in the bottom of the hole. This peice of plastic was keeping the end of the harness spring from making contact with the metal at the bottom of the hole. I wrapped tape, sticky side out, around a thin "eyeglass" screwdriver, inserted it into the hole and retrieved it out of the hole..(vaccumn clearner would probably work as well)....thus leaving the metal inside, free of obstruction. Steering ABS airbag module was then replaced in steering wheel, along with the horn harness section lowered into the hole. Battery and fuse were again connected and the car was cranked....VOILA! ...the horn buttons sounded LOUD and clear! It was a beautiful sound!!! :) As said above, this is an unusual situation, but might be something to check before replacing parts....hope it helps someone. Debbie

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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89 Buick Reatta I cut the posative line at the termanel to put a new termenal on now dash lights flicker and car wont start

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Are you referring to the message center??? The message center is the CRT display in the center of the dash that controls your radio, A/C, heat, displays gauges, etc.

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