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2004 Hyundai Elantra problems after replacing alternator

Replaced alternator and then radio, heater, defrost, clock do not work, now dome lights out and first washer out, and when started today car alarm went off and it wont go anywhere. Dealer had told me that fuses blown and need to change but there was only one bad, the A/C one, and it continues to blow but it seems like something is shorting things out in a trickle affect. Any help is appreciated.

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Sound to me like some wires were either disturbed or crossed and are shorting out maybe when you replaced the alternator?Maybe have a look at the alternator connections again and make sure everything is correct and tight and that the new alternator is the right one for your car.Other than that its a case of tracing the wires from the alternator to the fusebox to find whats blowing your fuse.

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