Question about Hyundai Motor 2002 Elantra
Yes you're right if you remove the fuse and it doesn't start it means the fuse is good. If you have a test light you could test all the fuses as well. It is a bit complicated as electrical faults are difficult to diagnose by distance but another thing you could check is if the battery current draw is excessive( if an appliance/short circuit is drawing power from the battery. Make sure you have your ignition key removed and in your hands, close all doors and remove the negative terminal on the battery. Now try to touch it again on the battery post, there should be no spark happening if there is no current draw. If it's the case then I think you should see a sparky(electrician) to check the electrical system of your car.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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