Question about Hyundai Tucson
You may or may not have an amp, some Tucson have the amp some do not. But as for the fuse it's easier to build the car/truck to be ready for both so even if there isn't an amp it still has a fuse it's just unused.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try changing the fuel filter first we always change them when servicing the fuel pump anyway,its easy and cheap,if that doesnt solve the problem you will have to perform an amperage draw test on the fuel pump to insure your not replacing a good pump. Check the fuel pump relay and inertia switch and wiring also.Although possible its unlikley the fuel pump would blow a fuse consistantly without displaying any driveability problems.There may also be another component running off the fuel pump fuse have your mechanic pull a wiring diagram to find out. Good hunting keep me informed
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
I would check the amp first, especially if you have very low sound on the speakers. Before amps were made, bad output transistors would create the same effect.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
If your radio looks to be working and no sound, open trunk and mounted underneath the deck lid you will see your amp or sound booster. It should have two plugs that plug into it. Unplug the one with two orange wires and with the car switch turned on, check to see if the two orange wires have power on them. If they don't get ready to take out the rear interior and underneath the rear carpet almost at the front seat you will see a big plastic sleeve full of wires on the passenger side. Inside this sleeve there will be one orange wire branching into two orange wires, check to see if it is corroded. That would be where I start.
Posted on Sep 25, 2011
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Audio amp fuse number is 21 ands it is a 20 Amp fuse
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