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2004 Ford Explorer radio

Radio replaced with after market stereo. It worked initially. After I permanently attached the wiring harness there is no power with either the stock stereo or the new one. #28 Fuse is fine. Is there a relay I can check?

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According to my schematic of your BASE system...
There is a 20A fuse for constant power...

AND

a 5A fuse for ignition power

AND a delay relay.

CLICK HERE to see the schematic.

All the fuses are located in the same fuse panel.

If you need more help - let ma know.

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