Question about 2006 Kia Sedona
Replaced the fuse about a week ago and it worked fine, now everytime I put a new fuse in ignition sw1 it blows. AS soon as the key is turn slightly it blows the fuse car cranks but no ignition..Thansk Leo
You have a short in that circuit chck your harness for wiring that might be exposed to ground or pinched
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the fuel injector fuses keeps
There is a short circuit to ground on one of the circuits that the fuse protects. I need more information about your car and exactly which fuse is blowing. (Year, Make, Model, Engine size) All of the circuits powered by that fuse must be traced to find exactly what is causing it to blow. Most of the components can be eliminated as the cause by unplugging them one at a time and checking the fuse connector with a test light. (Otherwise, you could go through a lot of fuses trying to figure it out.)
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
SOUND LIKE YOU HAVE FAULT IN THE TCM OR PCM.THE TRANSMISSION SHIFT SOLENOID FAULTY. YOU NEED A GARAGE OR TRANSMISSION SHOP TO USE DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT TO LOOK FOR TRANSMISSION FAULT CODE SINCE TRANSMISSION IS TCM AND PCM CONTROLLED.
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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