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Radio fuse keeps blowing

I would like to know what type of fuse to use for the radio,interior light, dashboard lights, and clock. i have put a 30 fuse but it doesnt fit in the space like it should. it also blows right away.

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There is obviously a short there somewhere + wire touching metal or something, and putting any fuse especially a higher amperage in there could find your short real quick by burning up your wiring & car

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