Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
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Sounds like you have multiple problems. Did this happen all at once?
Do you have a test light and are you going to try and fix this yourself?
Does not sound like a fuse. Possible ground problem at the very least. A voltmeter is fine but a test light would also be good. You need to check fuses with a test light and not just simply pulling them out one-by-one and looking at them. I can walk you through it step-by-step.
Voltmeters are a necessity. But I have seen blown fuse read voltage with a voltmeter and still be bad or no voltage on the circuit. Some modules, etc. create feed back on a circuit. A voltmeter will pick up small amp voltages. A test light will not only test the fuse but apply a small load to the circuit. Something the voltmeter will not do. It sound like you may have a A/C control head problem.
I would love to help but its difficult to describe through messages. I will send a request for a phone call. Its not just one call. Once you accept the call we can hang up and call back as much as we need to.