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Fuse for radio/interior lights on 2000 Odyssey keeps burning out

We tried to replace the fuse for interior lights/radio and each time we put it in it shorted out immediately. We don't really know what to do next.

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Kudos to the original posted solution. I had about an hour and a half of time into this car and was heading into the navigation/radio area when I found this post.
The radio on this vehicle has failed and has a intermittant short. replace radio and all is fine.

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Un pluk radio i have one in my shop right now . radio is shorted out

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

  • 22russ Mar 28, 2009

    unplug radio shorted out

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