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Radio and all dome lights are not working.

Is it the 50 amp fuse under the hood? we accidentally put the battery post on the wrong ones and blew the 100 amp fuse under the hood since replacing it. the radio and dome lights have not workd the 50 amp doesn't look good but it isn't blown.

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    how 80 amp fuse is put on fuse panal under hood

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Interior fuse should be the culprit. Look for the Radio fuse inside (normally 10A red) sometimes labeled CABIN on the fuse layout

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