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Factory radiofor 97 expodition stop working also cd changer. fuse is not blown. is there another inline fuse somewhere? just stop out of the blue.

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    Eric Heifetz May 11, 2010

    Has the power been interrupted lately, such as disconnecting the battery ?

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I see 4 fuses .get glove compartment manual it has all the fuses location.you have 5 amp fuse 15 amp mini 10amp and mini 5 amp.

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