The fuse box and battery are under the back seat on a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville.
Under back seat.
It is under the back seat.
Disconnect positive side of battery for at least 5 minutes, worked for my 2002 Pontiac Bonneville. Dealer wanted $50.00 can you say rip-off!
In many of the larger GM cars like the Bonneville, the battery is located under the back seat cushion. Need to take out the seat cushion and you will see it mounted in the middle...
Go to Radio Shack they wii replace it
Maybe a dead battery perhaps
remove battery cable for 1 min
try replacing your battery maybe turn the key?
TRY DISCONNECT'IN BATTERY FOR A FEW MINUTES IF NOT AN HOUR OR SO.
A group 78 is original equipment, though a group 75 will work in a pinch.
The Battery is located under the rear seat. Pull up slightly on the bottom of the back seat and it will come up and out and there is the battery and fuses and all the electrical wiring.
You need battery power, compression, spark and fuel to run, you are missing one of those.
the most likely cause is a flat battery and or dirty battery terminals check all electrical connections from battery to starter (hope this helps)
I had this problem on a 94 Bonneville after we had fixed the brakes. After I disconnected the battery and reconnected the light went off and the dinging stopped. Not sure if this was related or just coincidence.
9 times out of 10 replacing the oxygen sensor will do the trick. Or, try disconnecting and reconnecting the battery.
Affirmative. You must find out which fuse controls the alarm and remove it prior to reinstalling or re-connecting the battery. Have your remote handy when replacing the fuse as the alarm will go off!
If it's like the 2001 Bonneville the battery is under the back seat on the passenger side of the car.
The battery is located under the bench seat in the back seat. I know because I have a 2003 Bonneville.
A fully charged battery should read approx. 12.8 volts without engine running With engine running should read approx. 13.8-14.2 volts
Your battery is located under you back seat. You have to remove the bottom section of your back seat before you can change it. After you remove the seat if you take it to a local automotive store and purchase a battery, they usually will change them for free.
grab the front bottom edge of the rear seat and pull up, bang there is the battery, i love the fact the battery is under the back seat, this keeps the bat. out of extream temps and helps it last longer.
it is located behind the battery on the pass side fender. i belive its held in by 2 bolts. and 1 harness to unclip.
Sometime after fixing problems in the car, the warning lights will stay on. These can be removed by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery, or they can be cleared out using an OBDii scanner.