Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Sonata
I unhooked wiper motor..still blows fuse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tracing a wireing short on a car
Your fuse should get power anytime the ignition is set to on, despite the position of the switch. First make sure your fuse is the correct amperage, second test the wiper motor as it may be shorted and causing the problem. If all that checks out ok then you have a short. When dealing with shorts you can spend countless hours unwrapping wires and inspecting harnesses. What I usually do is isolate that circuit, remove it by cutting it on either end and running a new wire in its place. I always make sure to solder to make good connection with low resistance and heat shrink wrap to protect the connection.
Posted on Jan 16, 2014
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