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94 jeep i found the nr 15...15amp fuse blown...replaced blows again...looked at the radio harness that the guy i bought it from pull the radio....nothing is touching......I put 20amp fuse just to check ..everything work...for about a min...>>>any ideas

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    David Johnson May 11, 2010

    Hey man, honestly look for what has been disturbed, genrally it is a bad insatllation, I wish I could help you further, but I am a hands on guy, I would have to see your jeep to help . I wish I could be able to help you solve.

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Sounds like you have a wire touching metal. Make sure all the Radio wires are capped or tapped.

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