2007 Hyundai Elantra Change the Fuse
The Hyundai Elantra is one of the most popular models of car produced by the Hyundai company. The 2007 Elantra was the EPA's most fuel efficient non-hybrid mid-sized car in 2007. As a result, Hyundai car owners save a significant amount of money on fuel costs over the course of the year. However, you will find that even reliable, fuel efficient cars require regular car maintenance. This can range from changing the car's oil, to rotating the tires, to even the occasional need to change a fuse that has blown.
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 Change the Fuse
- Locate the fuse box in your Elantra. It will be located under the dashboard and has a plastic cover on it. Your owner's manual will indicate its exact location if you cannot find the cover to the fuse box.
- Carefully remove the cover by twisting the quick release knob on the front of the cover. On the inside of the cover, there will be a diagram showing the location of the fuses in the box and what function each one controls. The same information is also located in your car owner's manual in the event the schematic is not readable on the fuse box cover.
- Locate the fuse that has blown. It will have a broken filament on top and will be discolored. Remove it by pulling it straight out with steady pressure.
- Insert a new fuse into the slot that the burned out fuse came out of. It should be pushed in until it feels firmly seated.
- Replace the fuse cover and twist the quick release knob in the opposite direction that you turned it to expose the fuse panel to secure in position.