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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes your horn/dome lights use the same fuse as well as there is numerous other circuits that feed off this fuse like radio illumination.If you unplug the new radio does the problem go away? Could be a short in radio which I have seen or maybe pinched a wire when installing radio
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
SOURCE: Installing a sub in 2008
This radio/stereo system does not have aux inputs it only has a 16 pin plug on the back and the antenna etc but not aux output connectors for an external sub woofer.
You will need to get a separate amplifier, and then wire this into it to have a sub speaker.
Also if you remove the radio you must also connect a scan tool to get the radio part number from it, as you will need to enter it back into to get it to work again.
Let me kow if you need more information.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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