I have a 2006 kia spectra.battery died and got a jump start.Now the radio,alarm remote,clock,house lights would not work.Is there a secondary fuse that controls these items?I check the fuses the car.they were ok.Any ideasunder the hood and inside

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Asked by May 07, 2012 at 12:28 AM about the 2006 Kia Spectra EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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yea usually there is a fuse box under the hood close to your engine cpomputer, don't know where that is on your vehicle though. check your owners manual and look up changing fuses in your maintenance section

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After reading through the manual for about one hour,I look at all the fuses again inside the car.In kia cars there is a fuse that says house or home,and surround by a plastic cap.That was burnt out,after replacing it,everything works.Problem solved

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Omg frankd12 you are a hero....i was changing the rear speakers and when i wad dun radio dinger when keys are in ignition dome light center tail light all out checked all fuses except the one with plastic around it. Per you post i checked it and it was blown. Dunno how but it was. I changed it all worked then.....thanks you saved me a bundle from not having to take it in man......

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