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Old 08-08-2009, 12:57 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! I was wondering what are the relays under the passenger side kick panel are for my 1995 Bonneville SE. I know one of them are for my fog lights, but i don't know what the rest of them are for. Do anyone know? Thanks in advance!
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They are:
1. Door locks
2. Power Antenna, Lock Switch
3. Horns
4. Not Used
5. Cruise Control, Misc. Engine Controls
6. Fuel Pump
7. Injectors
8. Electronic Control module, PASS-key II
9. Not Used
10. Not Used
11. A/C Programmer
12. Not used

They are listed in the owners manual. Assuming that the SSE and SSEI relay centers are the same.

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If you need more info specific let me know.
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Thanks!
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They are usually listed on the kickpanel as well.
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Oh! I see what the fuses are for, but I see a couple of the square 4 pin and 5 pin relays surrounding them. I didn't see the listings near them.
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There are twelve relays on that panel. Do you have a question about one in particular or are you looking for a particular relay?
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Sorry, the first list was the fuses in that panel. The relays are as follows: Fuel pump, retained accessory power relay (ignition, retained accessory power (accessory), rear defogger relay, interior lamps relay, elc, trunk release, fog lamps disable, LH front door isolation, and fuel door release. This is starting from bottom left going up and clockwise. There should be five sockets for relays on the left but only the fuel pump relay is used on the Bonnevilles. The right bank from top to bottom starts with the retained accessory power (ignition) and ends with the fuel door release at the bottom. I have not looked at mine. This info is from ths Field Service Manual for the 95 Bonnie/Olds,Buick. Hope this helps.
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Sorry, the first list was the fuses in that panel. The relays are as follows: Fuel pump, retained accessory power relay (ignition, retained accessory power (accessory), rear defogger relay, interior lamps relay, elc, trunk release, fog lamps disable, LH front door isolation, and fuel door release. This is starting from bottom left going up and clockwise. There should be five sockets for relays on the left but only the fuel pump relay is used on the Bonnevilles. The right bank from top to bottom starts with the retained accessory power (ignition) and ends with the fuel door release at the bottom. I have not looked at mine. This info is from ths Field Service Manual for the 95 Bonnie/Olds,Buick. Hope this helps.
Oh okay! I got it now! Thanks Crece!
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