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1997 Bonneville fuse location


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06-13-03, 07:58 PM   #1  
1997 Bonneville fuse location

For some reason I cannot get the auto headlights to turn off when the engine is off. I assume the relay is stuck. Until I can find where the relay is, I wanted to pull the fuse for the headlights so as not to kill the battery. I pulled each of the 2-3 dozen fuses one at a time in the fuse block near the left side of the fire wall (near the driver floor), and I couldn't get the headlights to go off. Is there another fuse block that I don't know about? Until then I will disconnect the battery.

 
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06-14-03, 05:55 AM   #2  
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What does the owner's manual have to say?

Have a look in autolibrary.org below for some ideas.

 
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06-14-03, 02:54 PM   #3  
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Maybe a bad sensor also, newer GM's the lights stay on for a couple minutes after you get out of car. Next time it happens, turn headlite swx on and off. Check owners manual, there are many settings for misc. components.

 
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06-15-03, 05:41 AM   #4  
Usually there's another fuse box under the hood, and this is where they keep the relays for the headlights. Some even run a relay for left and right headlight..

 
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