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Something is wired wrong draining electricity. Check the glove box light see if the radio works without the key. look for anything coming strait off of the battery not off of acc power.If it was a direct wire short out of nowhere the wire would have burnt up and been bare by now.Its somthing you have on or is staying on.
it's the EGR valve and can be fixed by anyone. It involves disconnecting the battery, remove electrical connection, and removing 2 screws and cleaning the surface area well and replacing it as well as the gasket. A new EGR valve runs around $120 and trust me you can fix this and save hundreds!
ck to make sure the radio itself is not pinching any wires wiggle the wiring harness around .. a blown fuse is a direct short but also try this disconect one marker lite at a time you could have one bad marker lite causing the problem it could be just a coincidense with the radio installation
all electrical power must come from an alternator an a good batterie to store it please ck your alternator or have it ck by an parts store clerk if the altrenator is bad (must develop 13 0r 14.5 volts output. anyting above that ,the alt is bad!) change it then ck your batterie an batterie connections terminals and all the 80 amp fuses on the fuses box nicolas
You also have to remember that the stereo has a fuse down by the
driver's side door in the panel. I mention that because you didn't so
maybe you over looked it? As for the other person having the clock
reset AND having little power to windows, check the power comming from
the alternator and the battery with a multimeter. Make sure you know
what you are doing. It should read anywhere from 11-14.4 volts.
Anything less, either of them are going bad. Also, try removing the
radio and locate the "battery feed" wire. It;s normally yellow, but I
think it's a different color in the Rodeo/Passports. Anyway, just look
it up. With the car off, take the multimeter and the positive in the
feed wire and touch the negative to a ground (mostly any metal will
do). If you are not getting power even with the car off, you have a
lose/broken connection somewhere. That wire supplies power to the radio
to hold the info while the car is off, such as memory
For both of you: also check the power comming from the power wires
to the radio, make sure they are around 12-14.4 volts too, then work
back from there. If you are getting power, then the radio is dead. Hope