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My radio and clock stop powering on in my hyundai accent 2002.

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My radio and clock stop powering on in my hyundai accent 2002. I checked all fuses and there fine. I would like to know what happened and how to fix.

Hello I will help you with your question,


Did you check the IOD fuse in the yellow holder in the fuse block?


This fuse supplies power to all the circuits that Hyundai does not want powered up on the boat trip from Korea. At delivery it is installed by turning it areound in the fuse block.


If the fuses have power (check with test light the audio and the room lamp fuse) there may be a loose connection at the base of the fuse block



Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I checked and one of the #10 fuses is blown. Is this my problem?

Are you saying that the 10 amp red fuse is blown or is #10 fuse blown?


Look to the diagram for the description of the fuses. Is it the audio fuse in the engine compartment fuse block?





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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I replaced that fuse and everything works perfect!!! Thank you so much!!

Theres only one little problem, The fuse blew for a reason, in addition to the clock and radio the transmission shift interlock is on that circuit so any one of the three may be failing.


If it happens again I would start by looking at the wiring at the base of the shift lever.


Let me know if I can be of further help


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