In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Buick,
with photos of block diagrams and their locations.
Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.
Fuse box diagram
|1||5||Instrument illumination and headlight warning|
|2||20||Electric choke (V6), closed loop|
|3||5||Instrument illumination and headlight warning|
|4||30||Circuit breaker: Power windows and roof|
|6||25||Heater, air conditioning, pulse wipers and deck lid|
|7||10||Electronic Control Module|
|9||25||Windshield wiper and washer|
|10||20||Hazard and stop lights|
|11||20||Seat belt light and buzzer, heated back light relay, tailgate window release, map light and fuel economy light, cruise control, rear defogger blower, instrument gauges and indicator lights, electric choke|
|12||20||Tail, side marker, parking and license lights, clock radio|
|14||30||Circuit breaker: Power seats, door locks and heated back light|
|15||20||Turn signal and back-up lights|
|16||20||Clock, cigar lighter, glove box light, key buzzer, power antenna, clock radio, radio capacitor, dome and sail panel lights, trunk light, reading light, headlight on warning and door locks|
|19||10||Gauges, cruise control, torque converter clutch and indicator light|
|Circuit Breaker: Headlight Circuit — A thermo circuit breaker is incorporated in the headlight switch assembly to protect headlight circuits. Windshield Wiper — Integral with windshield wiper motor.|
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