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My electrical wiring for accessories does not function. I don't know the location of the fuse for this lines.

I replaced the old car stereo. However, I connected to different polarities. Even the side mirror is malfunction us well.

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The fuse box is mounted under the dash on the left SIDE above the dead pedal / rest. if the mirrors are geeking out then you shorted something out

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