Question about 2001 Kia Sportage
Fuses are a number one culprit in cars and because there is a computer in your newer car it is helpful to FIRST read your owners manual, and keep it in your car. Second, do always check fuses and you can simply replace but if that is not working then there is wisdom in have your computer checked at a dealership. Also, make sure you do check with a dealer to see if there are any recall parts on your VIN number. Get them replaced for free and know your warranty, as well.
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The second junction block (No. 2) is found under the hood on the forward part of the left wheelhouse (driver's side). The fuses, fusible links and relays in this junction block generally control the engine and major electrical systems on the car, such as headlights (separate fuses for left and right), air conditioning, horns, fuel injection, ECM, and fans.
The arrow is pointing to the headlight fuse.
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