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No constant Bat. for the radio. for a 1995 Honda civic.

I was installing a new radio and must have shot a fuse but can't find it. I have acc bat. and have wire around the plug to get it to work but would like to find out why its not coming thru the connector.
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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand on most car radio, the yellow wire should be connected to an always on B+12 source (such as the one connected to the + terminal of the battery); the red would be connected to an ACC B+12 such as the a wire from the IGN switch and of course the black to the GND. A fuse would be inline on either or both the yellow and red. The fuse holder would look like a tubular lump along the wiring sometimes black or translucent. In some instances, there would be a fuse holder below the connector at the rear of the radio. To determine always on 12 and ACC 12, a voltmeter would come in handy.

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