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fuse location for the the fan
Mitsy, Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
"I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info." Engine cooling fan, 50 amp fuse,at the power distribution center or relay box at engine compartment. Heat/ Defrost fan fuse number 7 inside drivers dash fuse box.
Mitch, No fuse for the headlamps. Controlled by the IPM,(Intelligent integrated Platform Module) fuse box under dash, has a built in smart circuit breaker that trips. It should reset if the key is cycled, but if the short is still there it will open again.
Check the attached links, last link shows IPM.
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Most Kia cars have fuse boxes that are well labelled. One is located in the engine bay. The other is in the passenger compartment, under the dashboard, either driver's side or passenger side. Check the fuel pump relay if you have confirmed that your fuel pump is not receiving +12V at the connector end. Some models have the relay as part of the main relay. Some have individual relays. These relays are located nearest to the ECU behind center console, screwed to the posts at the sides of the console.
I would be looking at the radiator fans themselves, especially if the fans are open framed motors. I had the same problem with an intermittent fan on a PT cruiser, If your A/C doesn't seem to be working right at stop lights then the fans are most likely not operating correctly since they assist the condensing coil when idling. Second thing I would suspect is a thermostat which is stuck closed. (This will cause overheat). Hope this is helpful.