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Which fuse operates the Low Beam Headlights on a 2002 KIA Sedona?


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2007-11-20 03:13:26
2007-11-20 03:13:26

The fuse is in the engine compartment fuse box..see diagram in the owners manual section find out which one it is. To find out if the fuse has blown of is it the light bulb, switch the high-beam fuse with the low-beam fuse(they are next to one another). The fuses are not what you would expect them to look like, they are grey and small, about half the size of a match box. Both my light bulbs on low beam had gone. they cost $15 each at pepboys and took 7-8 minutes to change each light.


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