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Old 11-17-2014, 10:02 AM
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Over the weekend I acquired a 2003 Buick PA Ultra. Yesterday I was working on installing a remote start system... Got her all wired up (except for the trunk) and worked flawlessly. We went to connect the relay into the system for the trunk only to find out (the hard way) that it was the wrong relay for my purpose. I am pretty sure that we sent a 12V signal back through a signal wire in the remote start and cooked the brain box. This isn't all that big of a deal as it is easily replaced. The issue comes with what it did to the car. There are the two constant 12V hot wires in the column; red and red/white. I lost power to one of these wires and cannot locate the fuse that must have blown somewhere. Can anyone tell me where these two wires originate or what fuse/relay is tied to them. I temporarily pulled a new wire form the battery to get my radio, climate controls, HUD, etc to work. I would prefer that temporary fix remain just that and would like to return to the factory wiring. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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