Is it the 50 amp fuse under the hood? we accidentally put the battery post on the wrong ones and blew the 100 amp fuse under the hood since replacing it. the radio and dome lights have not workd the 50 amp doesn't look good but it isn't blown.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
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
Most have a fuse block under the hood and one under or at the driver side of the dash....It probably wont be in plain sight without removing a plastic shield...check owners manual for the location.They seem to always put them in a good hidden place away from any danger to the fuses.If you dont have a owners manual I would call kia dealer and ask for location.
Well, something is shorted to ground. Start by pulling all of the dome lights and sockets and test again.
I use a 10 or 15 amp circuit breaker in place of the fuse, during diagnostics... Then I follow around the path of the wires until I no longer get amperage reading ....No reading, short is before that point.
The amp reading is via induction, not direct connection...
The 15 amp dome fuse is in the fuse box under the hood and the 15 amp CIG fuse is in the lower finish panel up under the dash on the drivers side. These are needed for the radio. The above fuses plus the 15 amp Gauge fuse in the box with the dome fuse under the hood are needed for the clock.
I also have clock removal instructions at my website www.autoclockrepair.com