Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
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Do you own a test light or volt meter so we can do electrical diag?
Since you do not own a tool to diagnose this. Can i assume you are fine with me just providing what I feel like is wrong, though not being able to 100% confirm that without diag?
When a battery dies, the voltage that it has and it is trying to hold onto is pulsed rapid on and off resulting in voltage spikes. Kind of like flicking a switch in your home on and off rapid till the bulb blows and the switch overheats and melts. The same can occur in a car to sensitive electronics. For the things no longer working the power and ground to them needs to be checked if its good then these parts have failed from this surge.
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