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I have a 2002 Hyundai Accent the Alternator went out and replaced that and it started just fine acept for the following: The low beams on the head lights work high beams ( but the low beams don't work ) also, the radio does not work and the in dash clock above the radio does not work. I checked all the fuses in the fuse block under the dash on the drivers side and also check the fuse in the engine compartment and all were good. Help, I don't have a wiring diagram to know were to look other links. Dave

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It sounds like a blown fuse. Are you checking them with a test light? And have you located all of the fuses. there will typically be a fuse box under the drivers dash area, and one under the hood. have another look Im certain you'll find a blown fuse. Good luck.

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  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2011

    Thank you for writing back. I checked each fuse for continuity and all checked out. In the engine compartment all those fuses checked ok as well, I also checked the sockets with a test light where the fuses plug into, in the engine compartment and there is juice at that point. What makes its hard find out is, I don't have schematic to follow to show me any relays or fuses that I can not see that is in the wiring harness.

    Dave

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    Colin Savard Nov 28, 2012

    Hi Dave, I am having the same troubles with the dashlights, clock, stereo. I own a 2000 Hyundai Accent. If the e-brake is up or on nothing works. when it is cold outside the dashlights come on then go out about 6 minutes later. I even tried to run a new ground did not help. If I fiqure it out i will post OK! Colin

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    antazone Jan 01, 2013

    Hello Colin, check the diodes (two) in the fuses box under the hood. If you can't test them, swap them, (you can also swap with those in the fuse box near the driver's left foot, since they are all the same). In my case was the one which is the farest from the center of the fuse box. I hadn't problems with the stereo, but I did with the dashlights and the lights indicating the gear near the lever. Good Luck.

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