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This is a discussion on Need help- blown dome fuse within the Tutorials & DIY forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I was working on hardwiring my V1 into the dome lights on my 2013 wrx and accidentally blew the ...

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    Need help- blown dome fuse

    So I was working on hardwiring my V1 into the dome lights on my 2013 wrx and accidentally blew the fuse. I checked the fuses under the hood and in the fuse panel on the driver side of the car and found one that was blown. After replacing that I still have the same problems which are; the dome lights aren't getting power, the back (map) lights aren't getting power, and the key fob isn't working. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. I'm trying to find other relevant threads and looking for wire diagrams.

    P.S- I'm new here so this may not have been the place for this thread and ya I know I'm a dumbass

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    check the bulbs, if they're burned replace them, i believe they're wired in series so if one burns none of them work.
    2013 SWP WRX Sedan
    Hillside, NJ
    Invidia Catless Downpipe, Custom Short Ram Intake, Self Tuned Using ECU Flash, Romraider and Tactrix

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