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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Tzortzakakis Dimitrios, Nov 23, 2009.

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  1. Of a Hyundai Atos Prime? I'm looking for the (possibly burnt) fuse for the
    reverse lights. The fuse box has a couple dozen fuses with cryptic acronyms
    like HHGT or whatever, I don't want to remove all fuses and I can't see
    which one is toast....
  2. Bill

    Bill Guest

    Of a Hyundai Atos Prime? I'm looking for the (possibly burnt) fuse for the
    When all else fails, read the directions! Read your vehicle owners manual
    and it will tell you which fuse is for what.

    If you want to repair and service your own vehicle, a Hyundai factory
    service manual (order from your dealer) will give detailed instructions for
    troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of parts for your specific
    year/model vehicle.

    The 3rd party repair books you buy in auto parts stores are 1/2 inch thick
    and cover many different vehicles and years.

    A factory service manual set can be 4 separate books, each 2 inches thick
    and all for one specific year/model vehicle! Complete electrical diagrams,
    replacement instructions for every part, complete computer troubleshooting
    instructions (can be 24 different computers on a new vehicle), etc. VERY
  3. Thanks a lot for both answers! While I am accustomed to repair "Starkstrom"
    as germans say, also electrical installations, not so much with cars,
    although I changed the car radio myself.
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