Electrical problems

Asked by Guru8P6G4 Jan 05, 2020 at 09:51 PM about the 2014 Kia Optima Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've replaced my battery about 2 months ago
because my fuse keeps blowing out. I think I'm
about to have the same problem because my
system lights came on telling me to stop my car
and cut it off. Am I have some kinda electrical
problem? Because this is becoming a problem for
me.

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A new battery is NOT the fix for a short.

I know it's not a fix for a shortage. I've carried my car to KIA twice. When it blew the first time then it had happened again 2 weeks later. They told me it was the battery. Since I've gotten my car back the 2nd time it was ok til lately. I just don't want to spend the unnecessary on unnecessary. Thanks for your thoughts.

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