Question about 1984 Chevrolet Cavalier Type 10
When you open the fuse box, there should be a fuse map on the cover. Usually there is a listing for "PW / PDL" or more obviously "Windows / Door locks" or even "Cabin electronics" ... it should be that one. If you cannot find anything on your fuse map that looks right, and nothing in the fuse box in the engine compartment looks burned out, you might be in the wrong fuse box. Many cars have a secondary fuse box inside the car. This can be located in one of 3 places (usually) -- 1. Under the driver's side dashboard (rarely, it is located under the driver's seat ... but this is unusual), 2. under the passenger side dashboard, 3. In the trunk. American cars usually put them under the driver's side or passenger's side of the dashboard if they have a secondary fuse box. If you cannot locate the fuse that is out, I recommend getting a Haynes manual from a local auto-parts store. This manual will have the wire diagrams, and fuse box locations for your car, as well as other fixes if it is not the fuse.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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