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2005 Town & Country radio

The clock, radio, dvd player don't have on my 2005 Town & Country. I checked the fuse under the hood and it looks good. It's not burnt off inside the yellow part. Any other ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    everything works except the radio / CD player. CD will eject, clock will come on, but it is as if the ignition switch to the radio isn't working...

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Check to see if it has another fuse box on the side of dash by the door or glove box.

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