Can't adjust side view mirrors, moonroof, pwr locks don't work, its like there's a short? Wondering if I need some electrical work done, or if these items are controlled by fuses? Just replaced battery, and car now starts and runs good again, but need to address the electrical now. If an electrical issue, how much should I expect to pay? Thanks
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2002 Hyundai Sonata Question: Can't adjust side view mirrors, moonroof, pwr locks don't work, fuses?
Answer #1raiderron March 15, 2011, 09:58Master
In your owners manual it will tell you if these items are fuse controlled or relay. May even be on same fuse or relay. Were these probs there before battery change? Fuse and/or relay replacement shouldn't be too much but if is in need of electrical diagnosis then that will be a labor rate times whatever time it takes to find the problem plus whatever it takes to repair it. Typically there is no all encompassing charge for finding elec probs.
ReplyVisitor, March 15, 2011, 12:55
Thank you, I will check the manual first. Also, these problems were there before the battery change.