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Need to find wiring diagram for the dash of my 94 buick roadmaster

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I locked my keys in my car! 1992 buick roadmaster, can someone tell me how to jimmie it open?

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Replace fuse dashboard 1992 buick roadmaster


press the helpful button and check links below, it is a 1993 manual, should be the same.
one fuse panel on that vehicle. It's on the driver side end of dash, you have to open the driver door to get at it. The box is under the hood, labeled relay center I believe. http://www.vadengmpp.com/owners-manual/buick/1993-Buick-RoadMaster.pdf

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