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I pulled the 30 amp fuse to disable the ignition (to keep my son from driving it) After reinstalling the fuse, the car runs and I now have no headlights or blower motor. All fuses have been checked, and none seem blown. Any suggestions? I will be changing the fuses later this evening.

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  • facfm Feb 18, 2009

    My son had recieved a DUI last week and I did not want him to drive my car any more. I opened the hood and lifted the lid on the fuse box inside the engine compartment. I removed the 30 Amp fuse that controls the ignition circuit (hoping to disable the car)In the fuse box there is a 60 amp mani fuse bolted into the panel there are other square 2 spade large fuses in the compartment that control the following items:

    30AMP Ignition

    30A Lamp

    20A ECU

    20A CON FAN (blade fuse)

    10A Horn (blade fuse)

    50A Battery

    20A P/WDW

    20A Rad

    Standard Blade fuses for the following:

    30A Blower

    10A A/Con

    10A H/Lamp (LH)

    10A H/Lamp (RH)

    10A T/Light (LH)
    10A T/Light (RH)

    The blade fuses are located in a row in the fuse box.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    none here, join a Hyundai owners forum and try them

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Check your relays they could be bad take them to your local parts store they should have the right equipment to test them

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