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Steering wheel stereo buttons don't work, which fuses to replace?

2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder. The buttons on the back of the steering wheel to control the stereo stopped working, which fuses control the buttons so I can replace them? Thanks!

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You will have to remove the stock steering wheel, equipped with an airbag.

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yeah,amp is under pass seat - either your window is leaking badly or your drain hose for the evap case is clogged up

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There is a relay for your turn signals at the fuse block in the engine compartment,the wipers are on another circuit, if all the other wiper positions work,you got a bad switch

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In the owners under specifications it will have what fluid to use. It will more than likely be dexron III which is an Automatic Transmission Fluid. Your best bet if you don't have a owners manual is to use any Power Steering Fluid as long as it has on the bottle that it meets the requirements for Mitsubishi models built in 2003. That is what I would do and I am a workshop technician for an Australian Traffic Control company.

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