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Old 27 Dec 2009, 05:16 pm
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Default Electrical problems for a 1994 Honda Accord?

I plugged in a phone charger into the cigarette lighter a few months ago and blew the stereo.















My stereo won't work nor will the cigarette lighter.















The dash clock works and I have changed the interior fuses, but I cannot get the two to work.















I have also noticed my driver side door light comes on, as if it were open but its not.































Do I have a short? Where could it be? Is this something fixable or am I going to have to take it to a dealership?































Also, what about the security box under the driver seat?















I have changed all of the fuses.















Do I need to check the fuses under the hood?
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Old 27 Dec 2009, 05:31 pm
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you blew a fuse. no biggie. Just check the fuse box and replace any blown fuses.
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Old 27 Dec 2009, 05:46 pm
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the problem is a blown fuse for the stereo and cigarette lighter. that fuse is in the underhood fuse and relay box located on the passengers rear side of the engine compartment. the box has a black lid on it that just unsnaps. the fuse is fuse #18. it has the number 15 on it because it is a 15 amp fuse. the fuse should be the second fuse from the front on the very right side of the fuse box.































as for the dome light, it is probably turned on manually. some cars you can push up on the lens to turn the light on or off; others have a switch. if the light is not turned on manually then the problem is with one of the switches on the door that is "telling" the light that the door is open. If the light is on all the time then take the bulb out until you can get it fixed or you will kill your battery.































hope that helps
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Old 29 Dec 2009, 03:51 am
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Default Re: Electrical problems for a 1994 Honda Accord?

There has to be a short in the adaptor that is used to charge the phone. Try another charger if you want to.
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