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What the fuse number for the stereo

Stereo and clock is not worken

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  • diann tatom Feb 12, 2012

    the fuse panel just goes up to 33#

  • diann tatom Feb 12, 2012

    THIS IS A 2000 LINCOLN EXEC TOWNCAR

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Fuse #38 (10A) is for the clock and radio. You should keep an eye on it after replacing it though to determine if there is something more serious causing the fuse to blow

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  • Erock Feb 12, 2012

    On the EXEC, the radio is spread over a few fuses depending on ignition switch position. Check the following fuses by inspecting the wire inside: #18, 19, 24, 33
    Hope this helps

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