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1.Answer It is a 15A fuse (#24), located in the instrument panel fuse box (behind the small fold out draw on lower the left side of dash board. Left of the steering wheel). It is the far right fuse on the middle row.
2. I had the same problem when my dome light went off. When I pulled its blown fuse, the radio went out. The radio fuse was fine, but when I replaced the dome light fuse, the radio came back on again. The dome light fuse is a 20A in the fuse box under the hood next to the battery.
3.there is on fuse in the back of the radio itself
Under the hood near the left front strut tower there's a fuse box. In the fuse box there is a blown 15amp fuse. The fuse will be blue in color. Replace the fuse and the radio, clock and dome light will come back on.
sounds like you are correct. may be a fuse or they forgot to connect more than just the antenna, you should take it back to be repaired at NO CHARGE. this is not acceptable work ,be nice and tell them it worked before the bodywork can they double check there work. hope this is helpful.
Check the dome override switch, push it in and let it back out. Check the fuse. Check the dome lamp, is it blown? Do you have power to the radio? Is the antenna connected? The glass part of the back hatch locks/ unlocks along with the other doors.
Other things to check, do the dome lights work? If not change the fuse for those and try again. When its quiet around you turn the key all the way on but don't crank the engine. You should hear the pump kick on. But if the fuse is blown for the Dome lights and the Radio it also kills the ECM which kills the fuel pump since the ECM turns on the fuel pump. And the 91 does not use a carb, its a Throttle body injection system.