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Broken Radio no power to the clock/radio, don't know which fuse it is or where it is.

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  • jonzo_22 Sep 28, 2008

    i really need this fixed, and i have no idea what to do :( i tried a different radio that i know works and still no power... please help

  • jonzo_22 Sep 29, 2008

    thanks but i was looking in the hood fuse box before, and i found another fuse box on the passenger side of the radio and its right there.

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Jonzo. if u can't find a fuse labeled radio in the fuse block, check the power wire that connects to the radio itself, it usually has a fuse built into the line. I'm not sure about the saturn, but the fuse may be the old cylinder shape fuse, it may be inside a small cylinder shaped plastic case w/ a wire going in one end (power in) and out the other (to the radio). If it's this type of fuse, u have to push both ends in and twist, and it will come apart, allowing u to remove the fuse and check it. If u tried a radio u know works, hopefully it's just this fuse in the power wire. countrytcurt0

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