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look for a "small light" fuse in the fuse box under your hood.
You probably shorted something while installing the radio. If it continues to blow the fuse, you need to pull the radio out and check your wiring.
My dash light doesn't work either, I lose lights in dash at night when I have the headlights on. As for your car, thats kinda weird your fronts work but not the back. Have you already checked the fuse boxes? they are on the driver and passenger sides almost under the dash in front of the doors. If all your fuse are good and in the right spots, then I would check the bulbs out back to make sure they are not rusted inside or cut or something like that.
I'm having the same problem on my 1995 Honda Accord. I hit a bump hard last night, and my dash lights, tail-lights, license-plate lights, and the bell which 'bing's when the door is open and the headlights are on all stopped working. The fuse for "Small lights" under the hood was blown. Replaced it, turned on headlights, and it blew again instantly.
I'm guessing that I have a wire crossed (possibly inside the bulb itself) in the dash somewhere; I checked the taillights and license-plate liights already.
Start with your fuses:
Fuses are in two areas. In the interior fuse box (left kick panel, below the dash--fuse chart on the cover) and in the engine compartment fuse box (far upper left as you face the car: fuse chart on the cover). Tail/Brake lights are combined with the Horn fuse in the engine compartment box. The fact that both taillights are out as well as the dash does not suggest the bulbs, but anything is possible. Tail light bulbs are accessed from inside the trunk compartment. Hope this is of some help