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Ac fuse keeps blowing, air controls dont work

My car got stolen but was recovered. I had several things fixed by James Wood Motors such as; broken window, stolen battery, so on. But one problem they could not fix is the air controls. They do not work. What I have found is that the a/c fuse on the inside fuse panel keeps blowing every time i turn on the ignition. They did not find that. Why its doing this I dont know but would like to. Also the interior overhead lights dont work and there is no power to the stereo. (I am a professional audio installer so i know i have fixed everything on that end.) I have taken a volt meter to the power wire and there is nothing. I have checked all of the other fuses several times along the repair process and none of the others have blown. The two harness plugs for the air control are intact and none of the wires are cut or damaged. So the question is why does the fuse for the ac keep blowing and, if its the fuse, why do my air controls, interior overhead lights, and power to the stero not work. Thanks, I appreciate any time you spend on this and value your opinion.

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SOURCE: Drivers side door control panel and automatic locks won't work

Either your not getting power to the window motor, or the motor is shot, Check with a good body shop, dealer, or your favorite mechanic. If you don't want to spend several hundred dollars and the window is up, leave it alone or repair as needed.

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SOURCE: CAR STEREO AND CLOCK DONT WORK, LOCATION OF FUSE 25

You are correct on checking the sterio, just 12+ and ground to see if it powers up. Fuse 25, in your fuse box should be numbered. If not, just pull them one at a time to see which one got fried.

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These cars have a TSB on the wiring for both front doors. Water can leak into the the plug in the door jam and corrode the connectors. I would check those.

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SOURCE: 2003 elantra. no heater, locks, radio, or windows. and int.lights

Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #. You'll then have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, wiring diagrams, etc. Hope this helps.

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the big 80amp ones near the battery

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