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This is a discussion on blew a fuse within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Fuses blow for a reason. You should be thankful that you have them right about now. Please remove that LED ...

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    Gold Member lokey's Avatar
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    Fuses blow for a reason. You should be thankful that you have them right about now. Please remove that LED kit and/or have it installed by a professional.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike193 View Post
    and if those are blown the little metal connector won't be connected right?
    Does this mean you have a blown fuse?

    In the manual there is a diagram showing you which fuses are which.The little square blocks you are talking about should be your relays.
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    I was told that if I pull one of the bigger fuses (the square shaped ones) one of them can really eff up the car computer, so those i haven't touched, but with the car off i pulled out every single one of the small ones (the green, blue, yellow, or brown) and they were all in tact and not blown.

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    so, whatever happened to your car?

    i, as well, am hooking up an led kit and want them to turn on when the doors open. do you know which fuse i need to plug into? i have a 2012, i am sure it is the same as your 2011.

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