Cadillac Catera – Fuse Box Diagram (1997)

Hello everyone, how are you guys? The discussion this time is about the Cadillac Catera fuse box diagram. Production year 1997. maybe some of you already know about it. However, if you want to know more, please read the reviews we have summarized below!

Cadillac Catera – Instrument Panel Fuse Block (Passenger’s Side)

Cadillac Catera – Fuse Box Diagram (1997)

Cadillac Catera – Fuse box Diagram – Instrument Panel (Passenger’s Side)

IHigh-Beam Headlamp – LH
IIAutomatic Level Control
IIIHeated Rear Window, Heated Power Mirrors
IVHazard Warning Flashers
VHigh-Beam Headlamp – RH
VIIParking Lamps
VIIILow-Beam Headlamps
XIDaytime Running Lamps

Cadillac Catera – Instrument Panel Fuse Block (Driver`s Side)

Cadillac Catera – Fuse Box Diagram (1997)

Cadillac Catera – Fuse box diagram – Instrument panel (Driver`s side)

1RH and LH Front Side Door Window Regulator Motor, LH Front Side Door Window Switch
2Stoplamp Switch
3Automatic Transmission Switch and Control Indicator, Power Steering Control Module, Hazard Warning Switch
4RH and LH Rear Seat Cushion Heater Relay
5Transmission Control Module
6Sound Processor Amplifier
7RH and LH Rear Side Door Window Regulator Motor
8Headlamp Switch, Turn Signal Switch, Horn Relay, CD Changer, Multifunction Relay Module
9Windshield Wiper Motor and Relay, Windshield Wiper and Windshield Washer Switch
10Body Control Module (BCM), Auxiliary Water Pump, Heater and A/C Control, Fan Control Relays
11Heater and A/C Control, RH and LH Outside Rearview Mirrors, Outside Remote Control Rearview Mirror Switch
12Hazard Warning Switch, Instrument Cluster, Data Link Connector (DLC), Stoplamp Switch, Gage Cluster, Heater and A/C Control
13Remote Control Outside Rearview Mirror Switch, A/C Compressor Relay, Test Connector, A/C Control Switch
14Cellular Telephone, Cigarette Lighter, RH and LH Windshield Washer Nozzle, Driver and Passenger Heated Seat Switch, Heater and A/C Control, Heated Outside Rearview Mirror and Rear Window Defogger Relay
15Rear Suspension Leveling Air Compressor Relay, Instrument Cluster, Gage Cluster, Cruise Control Switch and Module, Headlamp Switch, Multifunction Relay Module, Passenger and Driver Heated Seat Relay, BCM, Sunroof Actuator, Automatic Level Control Sensor, RH and LH Heated Rear Seat Switch and Cushion Relay, Driver Seat Adjuster Memory Module, LH Front Side Door Window Switch, Inside Rearview Mirror
16Transmission Control Module
17Horn #I and #2
18Fuel Pump
19Electronic Brake/Traction Control Module
20Passenger and Driver Heated Seat Relay
21Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) Relay, LH High-Beam Headlamp Relay
22Headlamp Switch and LH Low-Beam Headlamp
23Multifunction Relay Module, LH Park/Turn Signal Lamp, LH StopRaillamp, LH Rear Side Marker Lamp
24Lifting Magnet, BCM, Gage Cluster
25Sunroof Actuator
26Headlamp Switch, RH and LH Front Side Marker Lamp, Middle Taillamp, RH and LH Rear License Plate Lamp, Radio, Automatic Transmission Control Indicator, Heater and A/C Control
27Automatic Level Control Sensor, Rear Suspension Leveling Air Compressor and Relay
28Remote Control Door Lock Receiver, Door Lock Relay, Rear Compartment Lid Release Connector (Not Used)
29Multifunction Relay Module
30Turn Signal Switch and RH Low-Beam Headlamp
31RH Low-Beam Headlamp Turn Signal Switch
32RH High-Beam Headlamp Relay
33Blower, A/C Compressor Relay
34Heated Outside Rearview Mirror and Rear Window Defogger Relay
35Passenger and Driver Seat Adjuster Switches, Driver Seat Adjuster Memory Module

Cadillac Catera – Engine Compartment Relay Center

Cadillac Catera – Fuse Box Diagram (1997)

Cadillac Catera – Fuse box – Engine Compartment

1Secondary Air Induct
2A/C Blower-Radiator
3Coolant Pump Follow-Up
4Interval Windshield Washer and Wiper
5A/C Compressor
6A/C Blower-Radiator
7A/C Blower-Radiator
8A/C Blower-Radiator
9Secondary Air Induct
10Injection Valves
15A/C Blower-Radiator
16Plug Connection
17A/C Blower-Radiator
18A/C Blower-Radiator
20Fuel Pump
27Oxygen Exhaust Sensor
28Control Unit
29Blower Box
39Diagnostic Plug Connection


You need to remember guys, the designations on the terminals and harness will vary depending on the level of vehicle equipment, model and market. may be useful!

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