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03-27-06, 02:12 PM
Hi all.
Need your help again! 1994 LT1 powered Fleetwood Limo. Finally got it started after 3 years, but the television in the back has no power to it. Unfortunately, there is no handbook with the car so I need some help with fuse (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#) meanings, and the whereabouts of the fuse that controls the TV. Where is it??!
I have attached a photo of the fuse door, from the side of the A post on the driverís side. Can someone translate/correct some of the meanings for me?
Fuse 1- mirror defogger
Fuse 2- none
Fuse 3- none
Fuse 4- none
Fuse 5- none
Fuse 6- Turn signal
Fuse 7- FBTCM/TPS ?
Fuse 8- RAP WPR ?
Fuse 9- Radio
Fuse 10- Wiper
Fuse 11- I/P INDC ? Instrument panel something?
Fuse 12- ELC IGN 1 Electronic ignition 1 ?
Fuse 13- Chime
Fuse 14- CCM IGN 1 Computer control management 1?
Fuse 15- AIR BAG (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#)
Fuse 16- GEN generator?
Fuse 17- MEM SEAT (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#) memory seat?
Fuse 18- CCM IGN 3 Computer control management 3?
Fuse 19 RAP POWER ? What is this?
Fuse 20- A/C COMP Air Con compressor
Fuse 21- RAP BATT ? What is this?
Fuse 22- HVAC MDL ?
Fuse 23- TRK REL trunk release?
Fuse 24- Starter (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#)
Fuse 25- HVAC IGN ?
Fuse 26- ELC SENS ?
Fuse 27- D/INT LTS?
Fuse 28- FRT CIG front cigar lighter
Fuse 29- RR CIG rear cigar lighter
Fuse 30- EBTCM ?
Fuse 31- PARK LTS parking (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#) lights
Fuse 32- Horn
Fuse 33- HVAC BAT ?
Fuse 34- CCM BAT ?
Fuse 35- PWR MIR power mirror
Fuse 36- TRK PDWN Trunk something?
Fuse 37- HAZRD LTS Hazard lights
Fuse 38- none
Fuse 39- PWR LUMB Power to lumbar support?
Fuse 40- HTD SEAT Heated seats
Fuse 41- CORNR LTS ?
Fuse 42- I/P DIM LTS Instrument panel lights dimmer (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#)?
Fuse 43- TAIL LTS Tail lights
Fuse 44- STOP LTS stop lights
Fuse 45- PWR LK power locks

Is this a case of the actual people who did the conversion makes the rules for the power to the rear compartment, or are they all similar?

Thanks for any reply.


03-27-06, 04:31 PM
The power for the rear compartment is rarely (if ever) tapped directly into the factory fuse box. Different coachbuilders do it differently but most add a seperate fuse box either under the hood or mounted to the divider behind the front seats. Some older cars even buried a small fuse panel in the cabinet by the TV.
Do you know who the coachbuilder is?

03-28-06, 12:16 AM
Thanks for the reply katshot.
I do not know the coachbuilder, but will find out. Next time I see the car, I will look at the places mentioned.