Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Fuse Box Diagram (1994)

Hello everyone, how are you guys? The discussion this time is about the Cadillac Commercial Chassis fuse box diagram. Production year 1994. maybe some of you already know about it. However, if you want to know more, please read the reviews we have summarized below!

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Instrument Panel

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Fuse Box Diagram (1994)

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Fuse box Diagram – Instrument Panel

** = Delete With V4F/V4U (LIMO)

1MIR DEFGOutside Rearview Mirror Defogger
6T/SIGPark/Neutral Position and Back-up Lamp switch, Turn Signal Lamp flasher
7**EBTCM/TPSElectronic Brake and Traction Control Module (EBTCM), Throttle Position(TP) Sensor Interface Module
8RAP WPRComponent Center (RAP Wiper) Relay
9RADIORadio Receiver
10WIPERWindshield Wiper/Washer Switch
11LP/NDCInflatable Restrain Diagnostic Energy reserve (with sensor) Module, Instrument Panel Cluster
12ELC IGN 1Automatic Level Control Sensor
13CHIMEWarning Alarm, Cruise Control Release Switch, Inside Rearview Mirror (DDB), Rear Window Defogger Relay, Catalytic Converter Temperature Alarm (Japan only)
14CCM IGN 1Central Control Module (CCM)
15AIR BAGInflatable Restraint Diagnostic Energy Reserve (with sensor) Module (SDM)
16GENEngine Electrical Generator, Secondary Electrical Engine Cooling Fan Relay
17MEM SEATDriver’s Seat Adjuster Memory Module, Heated Driver Seat Control Module, Heated Passenger Seat Control Module
18CCM IGN 3Central Control Module (CCM), Remote Control Door Lock Receiver and Theft Deterrent Module
19RAP PWRAccessory Time Delay Cut-off (RAP Power) Relay
20A/C COMPA/C Compressor Relay, Primary Electrical Engine Cooling Dan Relay
21RAP BATTComponent Center (RAP Wiper) Relay
22HVAC MDLBlower Motor Control Module
23TRK RELRear Compartment Lid Release Switch
24STARTERTheft Deterrent Relay, Inflatable Restraint Diagnostic Energy Reserve (with sensor) Module (SDM)
25HVAC IGNInstrument Panel Gauge Cluster, Blower Motor Control Module
26ELC SENSAutomatic level Control Sensor, Rear Compartment Courtesy Lamp
27D/INT LTSComponent Center (DIL) Relay
28FRT CIGFront Cigar Lighter
29RR CIGRear Cigar Lighters
30EBTCMElectronic Brake and Traction Control Module (EBTCM)
31PARK LTSForward Lamp Wiring Harness Relay
32HORNHorn Relay
33HVAC BATWarning Alarm, Heater A/C Control, Instrument Cluster, Engine Oil Level Indicator Control Module, Headlamp Switch, Radio Receiver
34CCM BATCentral Control Module (CCM)
35PWR MIRDoor Lock Switch, Outside Rearview Mirrors, Power Seatback, lumbar Control
36TRK PDWNRear Compartment Lidl Pull-Down Unit
37HAZARD LTSHazard Lamp Flasher
39PWR LUMBPower Sear Pneumatic Control Module, Radio Power Antenna Relay
40HTD SEATHeated Driver’s Seat Control Module, Heated Passenger Seat Control Module
41CORNR LTSInstrument Cluster, Radio Control, Cornering Lamps, Turn Signal Switch, Front Park Lamps
42I/P DIM LTSHeadlamp Switch, Interior Lamps, Dimming
43TAIL LTSRear Taillamps, Rear Side Marker Lamps, License lamp
44STOP LTSStoplamp Switch
45PWR LKDoor Lock Relay


RAP RLYAccessory Time Delay Cut-off (RAP Power) Relay
PWR SEATDriver’s Power Seat Switch, Passenger Power Seat Switch, Driver’s Power Seat Memory Module
RR DEFGRear Defogger Relay
HDLTSHeadlamp Relay, Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) Module

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Underhood (U/H) Electrical Center

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Fuse Box Diagram (1994)

Cadillac Commercial Chassis – Fuse box Diagram – Engine Compartment

** = Delete With V4F/V4U (LIMO)

Maxi fuseNameDescription
1BODY 160 amp power to PWR SEAT Circuit Breaker #3 30 amp, I/P Fuse Block, #36·TRK PDWN 15amp, #37·HAZRD LTS 20 amp, #39 PWR LUMB 20 amp, #40 HTD SEAT 20 amp, RR
DHG Circuit Breaker #4 30 amp, #44-STOP LTS 20 amp, #45-PWRLK 20 amp
2BODY 250 amp power to I/P fuse Block #21-RAP BAT 25 amp, #22 HVAC MDL 25 amp, #26 ELC SENS 20 amp, #27 D/INT LTS 15 amp, #28 FRT CIG 10 amp, #29 RRClG 20 amp,  #30 EBTCM 25 amp, #33 HVAC BAT 10 amp, #34 CCM BAT 10 amp, #35 PWR MIR 10 amp, #2 Circuit Breaker RAP RLY 30 amp.
3IGN150 amp power to I/P Concealed Fuse 5 amp, I/P Fuse Block; #6 T/SIG 15 amp, #7 EBTCM/TPS 10 amp, #8 RAP WPR 25 amp, #9 RADIO 10 amp, #10 WIPER 25 amp, #11 I/P INDC 10 amp, #12 ELC IGN 1 10 amp, #13 CHIME 10 amp, #14 CCMIGN1 10 amp, #15 AIR BAG 15 amp, #24 STARTER U/H Electrical Center, #15 PCM/IGN 10 amp, #16 INJ 1 10 amp, #19 RAP PWR 30 amp, #20 A/C COMP 10 amp, #25 HVAC IGN 10 anlp
4IGN340 amp power to I/P Fuse Block; #16-G£N 10 amp, #17 MEM Seat 1O amp, #18 CCM IGN 3 10 amp, #19 RAP PWR 30 amp, #20 A/C COMP 10 amp, #25 HVACIGN 10 amp
5**ABS/TC60 amp power to ABS/TC Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV)
7SCNDRV CLG FAN40 amp pawer to Secondary Engine Cooling fan Motor Control Relay
8PRIMARY CLG FAN40 amp power to Primary engine Cooling Fan Motor Control Relay
9LEVEL CONTROL10 amp power to Automatic Level Control Air Compressor
10ENGINE30 amp power to U/H Electrical Center; #13 PCM/Fuel Pump 15 amp, #14-Air Pump 20 amp
11HEADLIGHTS/HORNS50 amp power to I/P Fuse Block Circuit Breaker #5 HDLTS 20 amp, Fuse #31 Park LTS 20 amp, #32-Horn 25 amp


Mini FuseNameDescription
13PCM/FUEL PUMP15 amp power to Fuel Pump Relay, Fuel Pump/Engine Oil Pressure Indicator Switch, Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
14AIR PUMP20 amp power to Secondary Air Injeection (AIR) Pump Relay
15PCM/IGN10 amp power to Powertrain Control Module (PCM), Electronic Transmission Ignition Coil
16INJ110 amp power to fuel Injectors Cylinders 1-4, 6-7
17EMISSIONS10 amp power to Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGA), Vacuum Control Signal Solenoid Valve, Secondary Air Injection (AIR) Pump Relay (coil), Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor, Bank 1 (left) Heated Oxygen Sensor (H02S), Bank 2 (right) Heated Oxygen Sensor (H02S), Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Solenoid Valve
18INJ210 amp power to fuel Injectors Cylinders 2-3, 5-8


AA/C COMP RELAYA/C Compressor Relay
BAIR PUMP RELAYSecondary Air lnjection (AIR) Pump Relay


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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