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    I'm having the worst time trying to figure out the correct fuse size for my 2015 Genesis. I saw a thread on here for an older model (2012?) where someone was having a hard time finding anybody who knew the size, but someone finally answered "ATM". I just bought some ATM fuses today, and guess what -- they're way too big.

    Does anybody know the right size for the 2015 Genesis? For fuses smaller than ATM, I've seen reference to MICRO, MICRO2, MICRO3, and LPMINI. I'm stumped. :-)

    Thanks,

    -Bryan


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    Default Re: 2015 Genesis Fuse Size

    According to page 7-61 of the 2015 Owner's Manual, three kinds of fuses are used:
    • blade type for lower amperage rating,
    • cartridge type, and
    • fusible link for higher amperage ratings.

    But the pics also show a Multi-fuse type also.

    I would go to a dealer parts department and ask them about what they called. If you want to buy a few, they are about $1-$3 each depending on type and size.

    Here is listing on eBay for one of the mini-fuses. I got the Hyundai part number from the official Hyundai parts catalog.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/HYUNDAI-OEM-...BWvBau&vxp=mtr

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    Default Re: 2015 Genesis Fuse Size

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryandowen View Post
    I'm having the worst time trying to figure out the correct fuse size for my 2015 Genesis. I saw a thread on here for an older model (2012?) where someone was having a hard time finding anybody who knew the size, but someone finally answered "ATM". I just bought some ATM fuses today, and guess what -- they're way too big.

    Does anybody know the right size for the 2015 Genesis? For fuses smaller than ATM, I've seen reference to MICRO, MICRO2, MICRO3, and LPMINI. I'm stumped. :-)

    Thanks,

    -Bryan
    They are Micro 2 fuses

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    Default Re: 2015 Genesis Fuse Size

    +1 on "Micro2" fuses -- I can confirm this. I finally tracked some down on Amazon.com.

    I don't know why the manual doesn't say this anywhere. You can't tell it by looking at the OEM part #s either. OEM is 3x-10x more expensive than buying through Amazon. It's almost like they want you to pay a whole bunch of money for your fuses. :-)

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    Default Re: 2015 Genesis Fuse Size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryandowen View Post
    OEM is 3x-10x more expensive than buying through Amazon. It's almost like they want you to pay a whole bunch of money for your fuses. :-)
    Anything one buys at a dealer parts department is going to be more expensive. It has been estimated, that if one had to buy all the parts that were used to make a car through a dealer parts department (for any brand of car), the sum total of parts would cost 5 times more than the MSRP of the car. There are a lot of reasons for this, many of them legitimate.

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