HI Wondering if someone can help me. My Drivers side door seat controls aren't working . I took off the fuse box cover and now I just don't know which fuse it could possibly be . It's almost impoosible to even reach the box and fuses so I'm trying to avoid pulling out unneccessary fuses. I understand some of the abbreviations but not all. Could it be any of these? RR HTD IND, ROOM LP, SPARE, STOP LP, T/SIG, P/Seat ( which I thought stood for passenger but checked th efuse and it looks ok) ,CLUSTER, ETACS, H/LP B/UP, EPS? I'b d be grateful for anyone who can help me.
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dont know this particular vehicle but locate your owners manual and the fuse box or boxes in your vehicle will be shown in it. there should also be a list of what each fuse in the box is so check them out and make sure they arent blown. if you dont have your owners manual the most common places for a fuse box are under the dash on either the passenger or drivers side, under the hood (usually next to the battery but not always), on the side of the dash (drivers side) as soon as you open the door and on rare occasions under the back seat or even in your trunk.
Instrument Panel Fuse Block The instrument panel fuse block access door is located on the driver side edge of the instrument panel.
Pull off the cover to access the fuse block.
The vehicle may not use all of the fuses shown.
Fuses Usage 1 Rear Seats 2 Rear Accessory Power Outlet 3 Steering Wheel Controls Back light 4 Driver Door Module 5 Dome Lamps, Driver Side Turn Signal 6 Driver Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp 7 Instrument Panel Back Lighting 8 Passenger Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp 9 Passenger Door Module, Driver Unlock 10 Power Door Lock 2 (Unlock Feature) 11 Power Door Lock 2 (Lock Feature) 12 Stop lamps, Centre High Mounted Stop lamp 13 Rear Climate Controls 14 Power Mirror 15 Body Control Module (BCM) 16 Accessory Power Outlets 17 Interior Lamps 18 Power Door Lock 1 (Unlock Feature) 19 Rear Seat Entertainment 20 Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist, Power Liftgate 21 Power Door Lock 1 (Lock Feature) 22 Driver Information Centre (DIC) 23 Rear Wiper 24 Cooled Seats 25 Driver Seat Module, Remote Key less Entry System 26 Driver Power Door Lock (Unlock Feature)
There is a fuse panel on the passengers side. Open the door and look on the side of the glove box. There should be a panel there with an indentation to remove the cover, similiar to the one on the drivers side. Once you remove this panel the fuse for the radio is the one on the bottom left of the box
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First thing to check is the fuses. Look underneath the drivers side steering wheel (to the left) for a covered fuse box. Remove the cover and find the fuse that controls the locks and windows and mirrors (two-three separate fuses) Pull them out "one by one" and see if they are burned out. If they are, replace them with the correct number fuse.If it is not the fuse, the door lock actuator has failed (for the door locks) or the master switch that controls the locks is bad. Go to your local junk yard and find a replacement for cheap
Open drivers side door and look at the end of your dash board that is faceing the door.You will see a little triangle shaped door that pops out.There are also more under the hood,drivers side in a big square box.Behind the batterie.
There is an Open Campaign on the 06 Sonata - POWER SEAT SWITCH REPLACEMENT
(CAMPAIGN T82), but not on the 2001 sonata. If a 2001, it would be out of warranty - the control switch is most probably the problem... replace the switch. However, you wrote 2009 Hyundai Soinata - that would still be under warranty. Take it into a Hyundai Service Department - they'll diagnose the problem and fix it.