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My wife had a DVD player and a Sirius radio installed by an audio installer and now there is no power to the dashboard center console. That includes the heater, fan, air conditioner, defrosters, etc. ... even the button backlit lights are out. The dashboard gauges work and those lights work and the radio works as well. I checked all of the fuses and they are all good. Any ideas where I should look to fix this? I'd like to have some sort of idea before I go back to the installer. Thanks. -Brad

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Take it back to the installer, it is thier problem.

if you really want to do it yourself, it is most likley the junction connector for the dash behind the radio, most likley unplugged

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