In this article, we consider the tenth-generation Oldsmobile 88 (Eighty-Eight), developed from 1992 come 1999. Below you will uncover fuse crate diagrams that Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and also 1999, get information around the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and also learn around the assignment of every fuse (fuse layout) and relay.

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There are two fuse blocks: on the driver’s side and passenger’s side of the passenger compartment under the tool panel.

The driver’s side fuse block is to the left of the steering wheel, under the instrument panel (snap turn off the cover to reveal the fuses).

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The passenger next fuses are situated in the relay center, top top the right, listed below the tool panel. You have to remove the sound insulator ~ above the appropriate side the the passenger footwell.

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Driver’s Side

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Passenger’s Side

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Assignment that the fuses and also relays in the Relay Center№Description
1Door Locks
21994: Antenna, Lock Switch; 1995: Antenna, Lock Switch, stems Release; 1996-1999: tribe Release, RAC
3Horns
4Not Used
51994-1995: Cruise Control, Misc. Engines Controls; 1996-1999: miscellaneous Engine Controls (OBD II)
6Fuel Pump
7Injectors
81994-1995: Powertrain control Module, PASS-Key; 1996-1999: Powertrain manage Module
91994: not Used; 1995: A/C Programmer; 1996-1999: not Used
10Not Used
111994: A/C Programmer; 1995: no Used; 1996-1997: A/C Programmer; 1999: not Used
12Not Used
Relays (1996-1999)
R1Park Lamps
R2Not Used
R3Not Used
R4Fuel Pump
R5Not Used
R6Headlamps
R7Power windows / Sunroof
R8Rear Defogger
R9Retained Accessory strength (ACCY)
R10Electronic Level control (ELC)
R11Luggage Compartment Lid Release
R12Not Used
R13Driver Door Unlock
R14Fog Lamps