Ignition fuse blowing

Discussion in 'Hyundai Accent' started by Robert walton, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. Robert walton

    Robert walton

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    Hi, I have a 2005 accent and a couple weeks ago I tried to start my car and it started to crank then it stopped. The dashboard lights and radio did not work and found out that my 30amp ignition fuse blew. The dome lights continued to work, but nothing else. I put another ignition fuse in and when I turned the key to start, the fuse immediately blew. As long as I dont try to start the car the fuse doesn't blow. Could it possibly be the starter even though I put a rebuilt starter in 7 months ago and had no issues at all. Or could it be a wiring issue with the ignition switch? I need help desperately so I give my dad his car back.
     
    Robert walton, Nov 16, 2017
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    You have got to troubleshoot the short in the starting circuit or ignition circuit
    Where ever the 30 amp fuse goes to
    A schematic would help and a multi-meter or test light
     
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