What is stud #1 fuse?

What is stud #1 fuse?

The manual states that STUD #1 is “Aux. Power (Single Battery and Diesels Only)/ DUal Battery (TP2). Do not install Fuse. The fuse is a 40A. It does not blow if just the headlights are hooked up.

What is the TBC fuse for?

UPDATE: I found out the TBC is the fuse for the Body Control Module.

What is the TREC fuse for?

It will explain and give a picture something like this. TREC fuse, in the under hood fuse block. Take the cover off, lean over the fender, first row of fuses closest to the fender, second from the right (rear) side. It’s a regular 30 AMP fuse that powers the transfer case encoder motor and the shift control module.

Where is the TCM fuse located?

The transmission control module can often be found below the cover at the back of the transmission case. It should be just below the engine control module’s position. Sometimes it’s found under the center console in the interior or even under the hood near the battery or inner fender panel.

What is LGM fuse?

• LGM (liftgate door lock actuator). The DDM, PDM and LGM are directly connected to the respective door lock actuator through the door lock motor lock and unlock circuits.

What is the lbec2 fuse?

The MBEC fuse feeds the right door and power seat circuit breakers which are located in the relay center on the firewall near the break pedal. You can try installing a new fuse AFTER pulling the circuit breakers.

What is ALC comp fuse?

Fuse box in engine compartment.

No. Device Description
58 ALC/COMP Fuse Automatic Level Control (ALC) Relay (G69)
59 HEAVY DUTY ABS Fuse Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM)
60 FAN-2 Fuse FAN HI PCB Relay
61 ABS-1 Fuse Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM)

What does a liftgate control module do?

ACDelco GM Original Equipment Liftgate Control Modules are the receivers for the remote keyless entry and transmits keyless entry commands to the body control module. They are a GM-recommended replacement for your vehicle’s original components.

What is stud #2 fuse?

The Stud#2 circuit is one of the red wires attached to the stud on the fuse block. No, you do not need to worry about amps, that what the fuses are there for, to help protect the electrical circuits. Only when there is a short in a wire is the only time that excessive amps are being drawn from the battery and wiring.

What does SEO stand for in a fuse box?

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What is RTD fuse?

RTD is for the Ready To Drag fuse.

What does RDO mean on fuse box?

I pulled the fuse for the BCM, DDM (heard it clicking relays before), and “RDO” (I assume means audio system.)

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