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Usually if you turn the fuse cover over it will tell you which is which. If it's not on your cover you may want to pull the fuses out one by one and look into the see through part . You will see that if the rod is entact the fuse is ok, but if you see a burned out rod, it's blown. Be sure to use the same apm fuse again. Sometimes a steroe has an inline fuse too. If the others are ok, you'll have to pull the stereo out enough to see the fusible link. Hope this was helpful.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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