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My fuse on the auxilary 12v in the boot of 2003 kai sorento has blown can anyone tell me where the fuse is located on this line, the socket is being use as the live connection to the grey socket on my tow-bar

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Go here and look it up.

http://www.kia.ca/page/owners_manual

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