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could be a fuse, but i doubt it. if half the panel lights are out on the radio itself, there is either a blown bulb inside the radio, or some other problem. if it is the panel surrounding the radio, it may just be a blown bulb or two. as far as the fuse box location, there are four solid options. under the dash by your left foot, on the opposite side in the passenger footwell, on the side of the dashboard, or under the hood. hope this helps
the fuse for the radio is the 11 fuse (20amps) and its located in the central juction box that's the fuse panel that is located inside of the vehicle. also check for fuse 32(5 amps) fuse 16 (15 amps) and fuse 42 (15 amps) all this fuses are in the same fuse panel and sre related with the radio i hope that this could help you
Try looking under the hood most cars have 2 fuse boxes and if what your looking for isnt in 1 its in the other. If you cant find it you might need to get a fuse tester and try all the fuses it could be with another fuse ie: radio, wipers, etc...
There is a diagram in your fuse box showing the exact fuse location.The fuse box is visible when you open the drivers side door. It is small triangle shaped plastic cover on the side of the dashboard next to the door frame, You cant see it with the door closed. The inside of the cover has a diagram that identifies which fuse is which.Check it.Thanks.Helpmech.