What is the Btsi fuse?

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Category: automotive auto parts
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2002 Chevrolet Tahoe, BTSI Fuse Blows. That fuse supplies power to two solenoids on the steering column. One is on top next to the shifter base. The other is under the right side of the steering column. Above the pedal area.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, what does Btsi stand for?

brake transmission shift interlock

One may also ask, what is TBC fuse? The TBC (truck body computer) fuse powers the body control module (BCM). They rarly go bad. They use 5 volts dc so an accidental hit (short) of 12 volts will blow the fuse.

Just so, what is Tcmb fuse?

The 4L80E fuse is located in the engine bay. Once you've located the fuse box, you're going to be looking for a fuse called TCMB. That stands for transmission control module, which is what controls the transmission. When this fuse is blown the transmission automatically defaults to limp mode.

What is brake shift interlock?

The shift interlock solenoid is a safety mechanism that keeps the driver from shifting out of park when the brake pedal is not pressed down. In addition to the brake pedal being pressed down, the ignition must be in the on position.

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Can a fuse cause transmission problems?

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This is a quite common one in automatic transmission problems list. Imagine while driving home, you detect damage in vehicle speed sensor or some fuse. Of all automatic transmission problems, this may not allow the Electronic circuits to control the transmission.

What is ECM TCM fuse?

The ECM 1 is one such computer; it has a fuse is installed to protect the computer from sudden power surges or other component damage -- the fuse will blow before any damage can reach the ECM.

What is the BCM fuse?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In automotive electronics, body control module or 'body computer' is a generic term for an electronic control unit responsible for monitoring and controlling various electronic accessories in a vehicle's body.

What does RDO fuse stand for?

On the fuse panel, located in the right door jam, is a fuse marked "RDO Batt". According to my owners manual, this fuse is for: (1) Radio Receiver box (battery) (2) Radio Control Head (passive) and (3) Keyless Entry Module.

What is a trec fuse?


TREC fuse, in the under hood fuse block. Take the cover off, lean over the fender, first row of fuses closest to the fender, second from the right (rear) side. It's a regular 30 AMP fuse that powers the transfer case encoder motor and the shift control module.