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Old 07-09-2010, 07:58 AM   #1
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I just got a 98 Trans am. I was wondering if anyone had the fuse layout for under the hood. The driver side headlight will not raise up and the motor does not make any noise what so ever.

Just wanna check the fuses but there is no lid on the fusebox on the outside.
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You can download an owner's manual here:
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Thanks man.

I checked the fuses, seemed good. switched them. Even still didnt do anything the passanger side only comes up.

I guess the next step is pull the motor out. The lights come on.

I noticed my fuse panel didnt have a place for a trct control fuse...is this normal.
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I would check for power at the headlight motor before I pulled it out.

As far as your TC, are you sure the car is equipped with it? The RPO code is NW9.
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Nope no traction control equipped. Check power and the motor was getting power. Went and got one from oriellys for 71 bucks...works like a charm.
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