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Radio and clock doesn't work

After I had a smog check, the radio and clock stop working.  Did a fuse blew and if it is a fuse how would it be labeled?

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The radio is controlled by two fuses. They are:

15 amp DOME
15 amp ACC

Hope this helps.

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Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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