What is a TNS relay?

A TNS relay is located in the fuse box of a vehicle. It controls the vehicle’s turn signal lights, running lights, taillights, and dash lights.

What is a BTN fuse Kia?

BTN stands for Body/Tail/iNterior. It protects the HAZARD, ANTENNA, ROOM, STOP, ILLUM and ABS fuses in the cabin fuse box, which in turn protect the hazard lights, antenna, ECU memory, brake lights, tail lights, ABS, power locks, clock, horn, illumination, stereo, HVAC, interior lights and alarm.

Where is the fuse box in a Kia Sedona?

The fuse box is located behind the cover on the driver’s side of the instrument panel.

Where is the TNS relay NA Miata?

TNS relay is one of the 2 or three behind the black plastic cover tucked near the driver’s side fender, near the clutch and brake master cylinders.

What does PTC Fuse stand for?

PolyTron positive temperature coefficient
Eaton Bussmann® Series PolyTron positive temperature coefficient (PTC) resettable fuses are circuit protection devices providing overcurrent and overtemperature protection in a variety of applications.

Where is the fuse box on a 2012 Kia Sedona?

Instrument panel The fuse box is located behind the cover below the steering wheel.

Where is the fuse box on a 2005 Kia Sedona?

The fuse box is located behind the cover below the instrument panel.

When would you use a PTC fuse?

Eaton’s PTC fuses can replace one-time fuses to prevent overcharging or overheating in battery packs of low-voltage devices such as mobile devices, smartphones, digital cameras, and gaming consoles.

Where is the headlight fuse on a 2006 Kia Sedona?

How do I reset my PTC fuse?

The general procedure for resetting the device after an overload has occurred is to remove power and allow the device to cool down. When a PPTC is in a “tripped state” it protects the circuitry by limiting the current flow to a low leakage level.

How do I choose a PTC fuse?

Choosing the Correct PTC Resettable Fuse

  1. Determine your circuit’s parameters.
  2. Select a PTC resettable fuse.
  3. Compare ratings.
  4. Determine time-to-trip.
  5. Verify your operating temperature range.
  6. Verify fuse dimensions and mounting style.