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What could be the problem if the AC and Power door locks stop working on a Mitsubishi Eclipse Fuse problem you just wired up strobes in the headlights but you only touched one fuse?

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2005-11-20 02:09:22
2005-11-20 02:09:22

Replace the fuses of the AC and doors with ones of equal amperage. Before you go out buying new fuses, try taking out an existing fuse from a different component to test if the AC or doors work. Once again, make sure they are of equal amperage! Did you unplug the car battery while hooking up the strobes? Maybe you should have...

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