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One thing to check and I have come across this a couple of times is that some factory stereos used a black wire for the stereo illumination, if you have wired the black (earth) from the new unit to this wire it will cause the fuse to blow, disconnect the earth from this wire and wire it directly to the vehicle.
chase wires and seal up the exposed, cover em up i had a simmular problem i keeped blowin fuses and one day i disconeccted my alarm.....havent blown a fuse since!!...did u install a cd player on ur own? i
mcdevito75 here, The battery light indicates the charge the alternator is putting back into the battery, a regulator in the alternator allows only a certain amount of electricity to be built up. Sounds like the regulator in the alternator is shorted and draining the battrey, Have your repair shop test the alternator and replace.
first of all putting in non genuine stereos usually you have wires left check the fuse in back of stereo check all your fuses under your dash and in the bonnet even if wires touched momentarely its enough to blow multiple fuses which may be your problem your wiring may be fine see how you go