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Answer 2 described my problem exactly, & solved it
in my 2006 Hyundai Elantra.
I had put the black "fuse puller" looking jumper in backwards.
Reversing it brot my radio, clock, dome lights & remote back to working.
Hi, behind your climate control panel is something called the Electronic Timing and Control Module (ETACM). This is like a computer for the chassis. All of the troubles you mention are tied into the ETACM. If you could find a used module at a salvage yard, it may solve your problems at a reasonable cost. To troubleshoot the problem will be very difficult and must be left to the dealer, which could be expensive. Just the same, I have included a few of the wiring diagrams in case you have a good multimeter and would like to try troubleshooting.
the keyless entry does not have a fuse itself however the vehicle has a iod, or storage fuse, that will disable the keyless system but other accessories wont function, the dome light , clock, or radio, if those items work then the fuse is good. check the remote itself, the dealer can check the remote n/c, if the remote is ok than the relay can be bad or the alarm module, best advice, take it to the dealer, they will know whats wrong with it and it wont cost too much to diag .