Question about 2003 Mazda Tribute
When i turn the car off the radio doesnt keep the time and i loose my radio stations.
The fuse for memory backup is blown.if its a factory radio.the fuse will be marked and easy to find.If its not factory it should be under the dash.And hopfully marked.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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On the driver side fuse box, you have 5 larger fuses.
You have rows of 9 fuses across. In these rows, the far right fuse in the 3rd row down is the radio cluster fuse. This should be a constant on fuse that provides power to the clock and keeps power for the memory preset stations. The next to last fuse in the 4th row down is the radio fuse. This one looses power when the key is turned off.
I hope this helps. God Bless.
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