YES! One is under the hood behind the battery with a red cap covering the connection from the positive battery terminal. The other is on the passenger side of the dash. Open the passenger door and pop the cover you can see on the side of the dash. There is a description of this in your owners manual.
On the 1998 Intrigue it is on the rear side of the radiator, in the lower left hand (driver) side. May need to remove the lower shroud (5 bolts) to gain access more easily.
where is it leaking from? I have a 1998 intrigue and in was my heater hose fitting, which is about 4 dollars, just not a fun part to hange it tok me about 2 hours to do it.. it is connected to your tensor pulley, it is a lil black plastic l shaped piece.. if u have any more question.. repost..
It not only has several "rows" in the fuse box, there are two fuse boxes. Apparently you haven't found either of them yet. One is on the passenger side of the dash between the door and dash behind a pull-off access panel. The other is under the hood on the passenger side behind a panel under a big red connector cover.
It IS possible. Tell us more-- does it crank over? Have you checked anything else?
there are two fuse panels on the 98s. one is under the hood on the passenger side wheelwell and the second is also on the passenger side but this one is in the cab so to speak. as you open the passenger side door there is a small panel on the outside dash. take it off and there you will find more fuses. both lids should have fuse diagrams on them
There are more than one fuse. Which lights?
The meaning of a dashboard warning light on an Oldsmobile Intrigue could be a variety of things. There are different lights for different things for different years of that model. It could be a service engine, check oil, sensor check, or more. The owners manual should have a listing of warning lights included in it.
More likely than not a blown fuse.
No. There are more controlled mechanisms that the single control head cannot address. Without changing the air box as well, you can't swap the control head.
you will have to tell a few more things about the car, Have you ever changed the fuel filter,Has it everbeen tuned? Is the battery voltage good?
It is located near the firewall in just about the middle but more to the passenger side. It almost looks kinda hidden when you find it but just stand on the passenger side and look into the engine space near the exaust. Hope that helps. Was having trouble finding it myself.
more than likely you have a blown fuse in the fusebox for the power windows.