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Cigarette lighter fuses and wiring under the hood of 2001 Hyundai tiburon

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Tried pluggin this carMD to my 98 tiburon and it didn't do anything....pluggged it to my brothers 03 durango worked fine..


Does your cigarette lighter work? The fuse may be blown. In a lot of cars the ECU and cigarette lighter are on the same fuse. If the fuse is blown CarMD may not be able to communicate with the vehicle.

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Finding the fuse for the cigarette lighter and accessory fuse ?


There is a fuse box under hood,,,standing in frount of car to your lefthand side a blue box midway up to firewall

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My battery keeps getting drained in my 2006 hyundia tiburon. It started with the cold weather but the battery tested good. All vehicle lights and components seem to be off.


pull fuses and use a test light. if test light is dem on any fuse socket there is a short that is draining it. and there should only be a few that are hot when ignition is off. u can also try pulling these bulbs from glovebox cigarette lighter tray truck and under hood. and leave it sit like normal and if it battery keeps getting drained then theres your solution. also sometime alternator can have a short causing it but u can hear a low pitch whine coming from it when hood is open, hope this helps good luck

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Heater fan and cigarette lighter don't work


The fuse for these items is the second one down in the right hand row in the fusebox down by the driver's feet. Swap the fuse with another one to check.

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My 2001 hyundai tiburon keeps blowing fuses for the cigarette lighter. anyone know what it is or have a suggestion?


Yeah... find the SHORT! Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register (vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you'll have access to technical information (manuals, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc) about your vehicle.

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Did you check the fuses under the hood? The cigarette lighter fuse is not located in the fuse box by the passenger door.

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20036 hyundai cigarette lighter


There's one under the hood, on the right side... labeled Fuse Box and then there's another on the left side of the steering wheel, near the signals, behind the little fold out compartment (which you have to take out to get at the fuses)

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The fuse is located in the fuse box under the hood, (on the driver's side)

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the fuse for the cigarette lighter is located in the fuse box under the hood. It is a 20 Amp (yellow fuse) in position #32. You can check the lid of the fuse box under the hood for a diagram to show the positions.

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