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Old 10-17-2005, 06:43 PM   #1
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I was why you want to remove the fuse I believe it fuse 11 it is 10amp fuse and it say that it ignition control & tranny cooler. Not sure why I didn't notice it missing before. I checked with the meter and their is power go though it so it does something.
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Please bear with me as I had trouble understanding what you wrote.

Your car shouldn't be running w/o ignition control. And there should not be a fuse for a tranny cooler. The tranny cooler has no wiring or sensors, and requires no power to perform it'* function.

Please consult a manual or maybe someone with your year can chime in to help out with that fuse.

Being that you have aftermarket alarm wiring and no alarm brain I'd exercise an extra level of concern when dealing with anything electronical on that car.
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I think fuse 11 was for ELC... or was that 12? I don't remember.
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opps my bad it fuse 16 cooling fan/transmission.
and well I know the cooling fan on the raidotor work when I turn the air on the come on.
I know I when hvac fan runs although since I put the fuse it seems to that bottom work better(I although kind doubt that is this did anything).As for the tranny I can run 80 on about 2100-2200 rpms so it still works and never seem to make any sounds, cruse control has always worked. I kind of doublt even if the tranny had fuse it would be under the drive fuse panel
For refence 11 is the radio and 12v oulet /oil lvl and 12 is for elc. Their is fuse their ,but my car doesn't have elc. ONe of these days I should scan the fuse chart
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And as mentioned. Be careful with that electrical system and putting in fuses for accessories that are working with out them????
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Their was already fuse in the elc.when I got the car As for fuse 16 those seem like they would be important maybe I will call dealership tomorrow they will know what they do.
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Please remember to let them know you have wiring for an aftermarket alarm installed w/o the brain. This will help them greatly.
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Their was already fuse in the elc.when I got the car As for fuse 16 those seem like they would be important maybe I will call dealership tomorrow they will know what they do.
FYI...there is power to my heated windshield fuse and my ELC in the fuse box....i dont have either option....ther Heated windshield is Switched 12v and the ELC is 12v Constant
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Ahh May that is notice I never had problem with ice on the wipers. The dealer wasn't much help with what the 16 fuse they just quoted what was dicscripiton thanks I can read. But I they did say it would cost $80 $120 to remove the wiring from the old alarm. I am tempetd to let the remove the old alarm wiring. That as for my previous post the reason the trunk popper doesn't work it loose wire in harness then think were they made so the after market alarm would be able to pop the trunk. The guy that looked at for didn't think it was fire harzad. That car keylless entry popper should work. So on the other I could spend the 120 somewhere else like putting in cai into that car or their the susipiontion work this coming spring
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FYI...there is power to my heated windshield fuse and my ELC in the fuse box....i dont have either option....ther Heated windshield is Switched 12v and the ELC is 12v Constant
The wiring harness delivers power to most locations in the fusebox even if no fuse is present and even if the option served by that fuse was never installed, since the power supply doesn't need to be split into individual wires and circuits until it reaches the fusebox.

There may even be a wire leading away from the fusebox on the circuit for an option you don't have, but sooner or later it will lead to an empty connector, where the factory _would_ have plugged in the wire leading to that option _if_ the car had been built with it.

-- Andy
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