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Fuse for radio,reading lights,safe entry and exit lights,alarm

When putting fuse in place the lights stay on and the chime alarm keeps going ?

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You need a relay

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My interior light fuse keeps blowing on my 1983 Lincoln continental mark 6


Your car has quite a few things tied into that circuit. I believe it's a 15 amp fuse you are referring to. that is what that circuit is calling for.
I feeds into the headlight switch where it then runs the dash lights, auto delay exit light. Power door locks, illuminated entry module, LT and RT door switches, door lights, lights under seats, glove box light, engine compartment light, trunk light, lights on warning chime, antitheft system, clock(analogue dash only), radio, cigarette lighter lights and courtesy light switch.
Light bulbs can cause fuses to blow. If the fuse blows imediately you have a dead short somewhere. You can buy a circuit breaker to put in place of the fuse and it will take longer to blow than the fuse unless it is a serious short. I would first suspect a bulb. Start removing them 1 X 1 starting with the dome light. Note: also try putting the dome light switch in different positions, the cigarette lighters, remove them. All the bulbs you have easy access to, remove and reinstall if the problem is still there.
You can only go so far before it is going to take a professional to solve the problem. Electrical problems are among the more difficult for an untrained person to diagnose and fix. You can deal with the obvious and simple things, but you can actually do more harm then help if you start digging without knowing what you are doing. EVEN POOR GROUNDING OF A CIRCUIT CAN CAUSE HIGH RESISTANCE AND CAUSE A FUSE TO BLOW.
I hope I have given you some understanding of what is going on. Your car is one of the more complex ones to works on in certain areas.

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How to turnn off the change oil light


For this year and model what you want to do is the following

1. Turn your key to the On or ACC position and turn off the radio.

2. Press TUNE DISP button on the radio and hold it in for about five seconds. The word "Settings" should display. Then press the "Seek Ptype or "Seek Pscan" up or down arrow to scroll through the menu.

3. Keep scrolling until the menu reads "Oil Life" on the display. Push the "Prev" or "Next" button to go to sub-menu. You then want to press "Seek Ptype" or "Seek Pscan" up or down arrow until you find "Reset" displayed.

4. Now, press the "Tune Disp" button to reset the oil light. A chime will sound letting you know the light is reset, and "Done" should show on the display.

5. Scroll with buttons until "Exit" appears on display. Press "Tune Disp" to end program. Another chime will sound.

DONE

You can find more oil reset procedures at Oil Light Reset

Mar 04, 2011 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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I have a 2000 pontiac trans am. when i set my alarm my haedlight pop up. they never use to. replaced module,and headlight motors,still didn't fix it.


In your owners manual on pages 2-19 and 2-21 tells you how to change this.

Entering Programming Mode
1. Turn the ignition key to RUN, then to OFF. This will
disarm the content theft-deterrent/alarm system
(if equipped).
2. Remove the RADIO fuse. This fuse is located in the
main fuse block which is located on the left side of
your instrument panel. The radio fuse is on the lower
right-hand corner of your instrument panel. See
"Fuses and Circuit Breakers" in the Index.
3. Turn the ignition key from OFF to RUN three times
quickly (within five seconds). The vehicle will
respond by locking the doors, unlocking the driver's
door and releasing the hatch. Your transmitter is now
ready to match the vehicle. Leave the ignition
in RUN.
4. Press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on
the first transmitter for 15 seconds. The vehicle will
respond as in Step 3.
5. Repeat Step 4 for the remaining transmitters.
6. When you have finished matching all of your
transmitters, replace the RADIO fuse.
7. Check that all transmitters work by pressing
the buttons.

Programmable Modes
Your vehicle can be programmed to one of the
following modes:
Mode 1: All Off (The headlamps will not flash and the
horn will not sound to provide you feedback that a
lock/unlock command has been received by the remote
keyless entry transmitter.)
Mode 2: Horn and Lamps/Lamps (Your horn will sound
briefly and your parking lamps will flash when you
press LOCK on the remote keyless entry transmitter.
Only your parking lamps will flash when you press
UNLOCK.)
Mode 3: Horn and Lamps (Your horn will sound briefly
and your parking lamps will flash every time you push
LOCK or UNLOCK.)
Mode 4: Lamps (Your parking lamps will flash every
time you press LOCK or UNLOCK.)
Mode 5: Lamps/Horn and Lamps/Lamps (Your lamps
will flash upon the first press on LOCK, your lamps will
flash and your horn will sound upon the second press
on LOCK and your lamps will flash upon any press
on UNLOCK.)
Vehicles are delivered programmed in Mode 5.
To change the mode, do the following:
1. Press the UNLOCK button on the remote keyless
entry transmitter.
2. Count the number of chimes you hear. The number
of chimes tells you which mode your vehicle is
set for.
3. Press the UNLOCK button, again, on the remote
keyless entry transmitter until you hear the number
of chimes that correspond to the mode selection
you want.
The mode you selected is now set. You can either exit
the programming mode by following the instructions
later in this section or program the next feature available
on your vehicle.

When programming is complete, turn the ignition to
OFF and reinstall the RADIO fuse.

Sep 20, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Firebird

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Need the fuse panel layout for the panel by the passenger door [ just bought truck, panel cover missing. so we canttell which fuse runs what???



1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
(Fuse Block - Passenger side of Dash)
1 5 9 13 17 21 25
20 A 15 A 20 A 20 A 7.5 A 15 A 30 A
2 6 10 14 18 22 26
15 A 15 A 10 A 20 A 15 A 15 A 30 A
3 7 11 15 19 23 27
20 A 15 A 15 A 3 A 15 A 15 A 10 A
4 8 12 16 20 24 28
15 A 15 A 15 A 20 A 10 A 7.5 A 30 A

1)Trailer Tow Relay 18)Airbag Module
2)Brake Lamps 19)Interior Mirror, Auto
3)Hazard Lamps Headlamps, Overhead
4)Security Lamp Console, VIC/GDM Module,
5)Interior Lighting Heated Rear Window Relay
6)Security Alarm Module Coil, Illuminated Entry Relay
7)Security Alarm Relay, and Chime Module
Security Alarm Module, 20)Heated Rear Window
Flash-to-Pass Switch, Overdrive Switch,
8)Overhead Console, Keyless Speed Control
Entry, Radio Memory/Clock 21)Security Alarm Module,
Memory/Chime Module, Lamp Outage Module
Power Locks, Power Mirrors, 22)Airbag Module,
HEVAC and VIC Speedometer, Tachometer,
9)Rear Wiper Telltales and Gauges
10)Radio 23)Heated Mirror Feed, Heated
11)Cigar Lighter Rear Window Switch
12)Parking Lamps, Automatic 24)Instrument Panel
Headlamps Illumination
13)Horn Relay 25)Power Seats
14)Power Lock Relays 26)Power Windows, Power
15)ABS Module and Relay Sunroof
16)Turn Signals 27)Security Alarm Module and
17)Heating and Air Front Wiper
Conditioning Module 28)Heated Rear Window Relay

Aug 20, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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94 grand cherokee fuse panel fuse id,,,need to know each fuse function, location in panel and amp


............1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
......(Fuse Block - Passenger side of Dash)
.....1........5........9........13........17........21........25
..20 A...15 A...20 A....20 A....7.5 A.....15 A....30 A
.
.....2........6.......10.......14........18........22........26
..15 A...15 A...10 A....20 A.... 15 A.....15 A....30 A
.
.....3........7.......11.......15........19........23........27
..20 A...15 A...15 A.....3 A......15 A....15 A.....10 A
.
.....4........8.......12.......16........20........24........28
..15 A...15 A...15 A....20 A.....10 A....7.5 A....30 A
1)Trailer Tow Relay
2)Brake Lamps
3)Hazard Lamps
4)Security Lamp
5)Interior Lighting
6)Security Alarm Module
7)Security Alarm Relay, Security Alarm Module, Flash-to-Pass
8)Overhead Console, Keyless Entry, Radio Memory/Clock
Memory/Chime Module, Power Locks, Power Mirrors,
HEVAC and VIC
9)Rear Wiper
10)Radio
11)Cigar Lighter
12)Parking Lamps, Automatic Headlamps
13)Horn Relay
14)Power Lock Relays
15)ABS Module and Relay
16)Turn Signals
17)Heating and Air Conditioning Module
18)Airbag Module
19)Interior Mirror, Auto Headlamps, Overhead Console,
VIC/GDM Module, Heated Rear Window Relay Coil,
Illuminated Entry Relay and Chime Module
20)Heated Rear Window Switch, Overdrive Switch, Speed Control
21)Security Alarm Module, Lamp Outage Module
22)Airbag Module, Speedometer, Tachometer, Telltales and
Gauges
23)Heated Mirror Feed, Heated Rear Window Switch
24)Instrument Panel Illumination
25)Power Seats
26)Power Windows, Power Sunroof
27)Security Alarm Module and Front Wiper
28)Heated Rear Window Relay

Aug 19, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Where do i find a fuse box diagram for a 1994 Grand Cherokee Laredo?


There are 2 fuse blocks. The Power Distribution Center is under the hood along the passenger side fender and has fuses and relays in it. The other is on the passenger side of the dash and has fuses and circuit breakers.
....1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
...(Fuse Block - Passenger side of Dash)
.....1........5........9........13........17........21........25
.20 A...15 A...20 A...20 A....7.5 A....15 A....30 A
.....2........6.......10.......14........18........22........26
.15 A...15 A...10 A...20 A.... 15 A....15 A....30 A
.....3........7.......11.......15........19........23........27
.20 A...15 A...15 A....3 A......15 A....15 A....10 A
.....4........8.......12.......16........20........24........28
.15 A...15 A...15 A...20 A.....10 A...7.5 A....30 A
1)Trailer Tow Relay
2)Brake Lamps
3)Hazard Lamps
4)Security Lamp
5)Interior Lighting
6)Security Alarm Module
7)Security Alarm Relay, Security Alarm Module, Flash-to-Pass
8)Overhead Console, Keyless Entry, Radio Memory/Clock
Memory/Chime Module, Power Locks, Power Mirrors,
HEVAC and VIC
9)Rear Wiper
10)Radio
11)Cigar Lighter
12)Parking Lamps, Automatic Headlamps
13)Horn Relay
14)Power Lock Relays
15)ABS Module and Relay
16)Turn Signals
17)Heating and Air Conditioning Module
18)Airbag Module
19)Interior Mirror, Auto Headlamps, Overhead Console,
VIC/GDM Module, Heated Rear Window Relay Coil,
Illuminated Entry Relay and Chime Module
20)Heated Rear Window Switch, Overdrive Switch, Speed
Control
21)Security Alarm Module, Lamp Outage Module
22)Airbag Module, Speedometer, Tachometer, Telltales and
Gauges
23)Heated Mirror Feed, Heated Rear Window Switch
24)Instrument Panel Illumination
25)Power Seats
26)Power Windows, Power Sunroof
27)Security Alarm Module and Front Wiper
28)Heated Rear Window Relay

Aug 01, 2010 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The ac. wipers signals radio ligter went off in my 1988 jeep cherokee the fuses are ok. relays too.


Lets Look at the fuses once more the # 2 threw 5 i have seen the fuse be good but it had loss contact in the fuse box, remove the fuse and install them to see if this helps
Also at the battery there is a fuse link check here to see if this has blown or loss contact,, a new one can be spliced in if needs replacemint

CIRCUIT INFORMATION
(What the fuse is for.) 1 25 Amp Rear washer / wiper - Located just right of top center in fuse bank. 2 15 Amp Radio, Cigarette lighter 3 25 Amp Heater blower motor - (* - if this keeps blowing or you only have heat on one speed check your blower motor resistor pack.) 4 20 Amp Turn signal, Back-up lights, Rear window defogger relay 5 10 Amp Dome light, Courtesy lights, Glove box light, Cargo light, Radio memory, Power mirrors, Teltak connector (For old analog "bag" cell phones, I think.) 6 15 Amp Hazard warning lights, Brake / Stop lights 7 10 Amp Parking lights, Headlight Warning Chime/Buzzer, Instrument panel light dimmer 8 7.5 Amp Gauges, Instrument cluster, Seat belt warning, Headlight delay, Chime module, Overhead console 9 5 Amp Instrument panel illumination 10 25 Amp Rear window defogger 11 30 Amp
Circuit Breaker Power door locks, Power seats, Trailer towing wiring harness 12 10 Amp ETR (Delco OEM) radio, Power antenna 13
(1984 - 1987) - - - Spare Fuse (GM automatics and manual transmissions.) 13
(1988) 7.5 Amp Transmission control unit (For AW4 automatic transmissions) 14 25 Amp Headlight delay, Horns, Security alarm 15 5.5 Amp
Circuit Breaker Front windshield wipers 16 30 Amp
Circuit Breaker Power Windows 17 10 Amp Clock, Security alarm (Ignition)

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Have ADT 3000 series alarm system - would like to set it to max


adt sw3000 panel does not support max button on key pad. best solution would be to have ADT tech reprogram Zones so windows are perimeter zones(instant when armed away or stay) and motions interior follower (instant when no perimeter zone was triggered first). doors stay exit/entry.

Feb 25, 2010 | GE Security Simon 3 Wireless Home Security...

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Fusebox diagram


hi, this is courtesy of ask me help desk...

FUSE PANEL INTERIOR

1 - 20 Amp (Yellow)Power Antenna Relay, Trailer Tow Relay.

2 - 15 Amp (Blue) Brake Lamps.

3 - 20 Amp (Yellow) Hazard Lamps.

4 - 15 Amp (Blue) Security Lamp.

5 - 15 Amp (Blue) Interior Lighting.

6 - 15 Amp (Blue) Security Alarm Module.

7 - 15 Amp (Blue) Security Alarm Relay, Security Alarm Module, Flash-To-Pass.

8 - 15 Amp (Blue) Overhead Console, Keyless Entry, Radio Memory, Clock/Chime Module, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, HVAC & VIC.

9 - 20 Amp (Yellow) Rear Wiper.

10 - 15 Amp (Blue) Radio Accessory.

11 - 15 Amp (Blue) Cigar Lighter.

12 - 15 Amp (Blue) Parking Lamps, Automatic Headlamps.

13 - 20 Amp (Yellow) Horn Relay.

14 - 20 Amp (Yellow) Power Lock Relays.

15 - 3 Amp (Violet) ABS Module & Relay.

16 - 20 Amp (Yellow) Turn Signals.

17 - 7.5 Amp (Brown) Heater & Air Conditioning Module.

18 - 15 Amp (Blue) Air Bag Module.

19 - 15 Amp (Blue) Interior Mirror, Auto Headlamps, Overhead Console, VIC/GDM Module, Heated Rear Window Relay Coil, Illuminated Entry Relay & Chime Module.

20 - 10 Amp (Red) Heated Rear Window Switch, Overdrive Switch, Speed Control.

21 - 15 Amp (Blue) Cluster, Security Alarm Module, Lamp Outage Module.

22 - 15 Amp (Blue) Air Bag Module, Speedometer, Tachometer, Telltales, Gauges.

23 - 15 Amp (Blue) Heated Mirror Feed, Heated Rear Window Switch.

24 - 7.5 Amp (Brown) Instrument Panel Illumination.

25 - 30 Amp Circuit Breaker Power Seats.

26 - 30 Amp Circuit Breaker Power Windows.

27 - 10 Amp Circuit Breaker Security Alarm Module, Front Wiper.

28 - 30 Amp Circuit Breaker Heated Rear Window Relay

Nov 27, 2009 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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