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Car will not start after radio was removed.

We removed the radio from my 1994 Jetta to put into another car. Now the Jetta does not have a radio and it will not start. Can you help?

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Possible blown fuse from hot wire touching inside dash ; check fuses in fuse box

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Or, more than the radio was removed. If not a fuse, check wiring harnesses which may have been disconnected.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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