coupe Deville fuses

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Asked by Dec 25, 2015 at 10:17 AM about the 1977 Cadillac DeVille

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I heard a click then smelled something which I believed to be a fuse. Upon checking all the fuses none are blown but my tail lights side lamp lights radio door locks cigarette lighter and seat adjustments dont work now. What could be the issue?

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Wiring problem

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The power seat adjuster is protected by a circuit breaker that's plugged into the fuse box. It looks like a small metal box plugged into one of the fuse slots. After a few minutes it should reset. The other issues are on at least 2 different circuits. Or at least they should be. You should have a fuse labeled stop/tail and one labeled body on the fuse box. Sounds like at some point someone had a problem and did some creative wiring! The radio should be on it's own circuit. You'll have to check out the fuse box to see what's going on. You may even have to remove the bolts securing it to pull it out far enough to get a good look at it. HTH. -Jim

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