KIA Niro: Multi Fuse

(Multi Fuse A, B)

  1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
  2. Remove the power cable terminal (A) after loosening the nut from the engine room fuse & relay box.

  1. Remove the multi fuse A (A) after pushing the hook.

  1. Remove the multi fuse B (A) after pushing the hook.

(Multi Fuse C)

(Multi Fuse C)

  1. Remove the multi fuse A and multi fuse B.
  2. Remove the cooling & hose bracket (A) after loosening the mounting bolt.

  1. Remove the power cable terminal cap (A).

  1. Remove the power cable terminal (A) after loosening the bolt from the HPCU.

  1. Remove the engine room fuse & relay box power cable mounting clip (A).

  1. Remove the power cable terminal (A) after loosening the nut from the engine room fuse & relay box.

  1. Remove the multi fuse C (A) after pushing the hook.

Warning

Warning

  • The entire multi fuse (A) has to be replaced even if only one fuse is damaged.
  • When replacing it, refer to "the Engine compartment- component location" diagram to check fuse capacities and circuit arrangement.
  • Use the multi fuse of the exact fuse capacity for each circuit.

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