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Radio-completely dead.. what is the fuse # for the radio on the interior fuse box and the amperage

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Fuse #3. It is a 20 amp.

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you may have blown an internal fuse on the radio. sometimes radios have an inline fuse on the red wire, located behind the radio. You must remove it to discover this problem though.

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