Where is the ETACS on a 2005 Hyundai Elantra?
1.Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.[/align]
2.Remove the 2 screws(A) holding the instrument facia panel.[/align]
3.Remove the ash tray then remove the 2 screws(A) holding the instrument facia panel.[/align]
4.Remove the instrument facia panel.[/align]
Remove the air conditioner switch panel(A) after removing 4 screws.[/align]
5.Remove the ETACS module (A) after removing 2 bolts.[/align]
I check all the fuses inside the car (to the left of the steering weel under the storage bucket) and under the hood and all are in good condition.
I still think you have a blown fuse. Double check the fuse labeled "ROOM LP" on the interior fuse block as indicated on page 6-35 of the owners manual. Pull it and give it a close look or test with an ohmmeter.