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Where is the fuse for the radio in Audi a4 2003

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Open the drivers side door and pry off the panel at the left side of the dashboard. It is not accessible with door closed. The meaning of the fuses should be printed on the back side of the panel.

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2. Remove ignition key.
3. Insert two radio release tools T10057 into slots on radio (bottom front side) until they engage.
4. Pointed ends of grips must face outwards.
5. Grasp hold of grips on radio release tool T10057 and pull radio out of dash panel.
6. Release and unplug electrical connectors at radio.
7. Press release tabs on radio and remove radio release tool T10057.
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