1988 Delta 88 fuses.

Car: Oldsmobile 1988 Delta 88, 6-cyl engine, AT, power seats, windows, and locks.
The 88 seems to run fine, but there seem to be several gaps between
slots 1-12 in the fuse panel that cause me concern.
I no longer have the owner's manual, and the sticker on the door to the fuse panel is halfway torn off (and taking with it the fuse sizes and purpose for fuses 1-12.)
Does anyone know, or could they post, the listing of what size fuse should go into each slot and their purpose?
Thanks
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Is any anything on the car not (obviously) working? Windows, locks, coutesy lamps, heater/AC blower, blinkers, etc...
I honestly can't say about your particular vehicle, but I have seen many vehicles with empty fuse slots. Take a close look with a flash light... are there even any metal terminals in the slots? It's not uncommon to see empty slots that don't even have terminals in there.

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wrote:

The two main things I can think of are:
-Window wipers working, but washer fluid not spraying out (always full, however). -No beeping noise when turn signal left on too long, lights left on when ignition turned off, or keys left in ignition when door open. -(possibly some dashboard lights not working? I do know the Service Engine Soon light NEVER fails to come on at least 2 times a year, though :) )
When I was fiddling around tonight I noticed the 13+ range of slots was missing a fuse that was for IIRC a Fuel Light, so I went ahead and put a new one in. (Never seen a fuel light come on in this car ever, so I'm curious if it'll start when I start hugging E from now on.)
I know there is enough left of the sticker to tell that a few of the slots are listed of 'blank/spare'-variety (Fuse 1 and 2, IIRC), but I can also tell that a few of them also appear to have some purpose, but the label is too damaged to make it out.
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W. Orr wrote:

Most of those empty slots were for things like ABS, auto-levelling, power sunroof, and so on. There are also two slots for spares.
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Go to the AutoZone website. Find/click on the Repair Info link>click Vehicle Repair guide>select your year/make>click Chassis Electrical>click Wiring Diagrams>click Fig 30....it has the fusecompartment at the bottom left of the page. The previous Fig also has part of the wiring diagram.
Have fun.......
Dave S(Texas)
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On Sun, 7 Dec 2003 17:53:44 -0600 (CST), snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

Thanks a million. Autozone's site was the las place I would have looked; spent too much time trying to navigate GMs and Olds' sites for anything.
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U R welcome, glad I could help!
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