Electrical Help

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Asked by Jul 30, 2011 at 01:40 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Sonata GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Took a risk and had a 'paintless' dent place repair hail damage...that is good, but they did NOT put all electrical back properly...TPMS lite is on, no overhead lights, remote key doesn't work....ANY ideas where I could find the connection they missed?  Still ahead if I spend money to have it fixed, BUT, perhaps someone knows?

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It sounds like the 15 amp "memory" fuse blew or is loose, at least that's where I'd start

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Yeah, well my owners manual does not list 'memory' fuze...google is no better...just a lot of sites that lead nowhere, do you know the actual name they call it? Hyundai, that is..thanks...

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in the interior fuse panel is should be the blue 15amp fuse in the funny yellow case/holder that pulls out. I believe in the fuse panel cover it is called the memory fuse, not sure about the owner's manual though...sorry. hope that helps.

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Why do YOU have spend a penny to fix what THEY screwed up? I'd be back there yelling and screaming, if THEY f'd it up, THEY should fix it!

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I don't see how a paintless dent and ding repair company caused this electrical issue unless I'm missing something. Also I'm not sure I'd want someone who knows something about car electrical systems (i.e. a dent and ding shop) messing around with my car's electrical systems.

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