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2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE dash back lights quit working I installed an aftermarket radio. Wiring OK no blown fuses.Every thing else works fine plugged factory radio back in lights still did not work.


check that dimmer is turned up ---and check connections around where radio work was done for damaged disconnected line connector also check dash fuses not just fuses from radio --or your radio may not be compatible to your dimmer circuit -most oem radios display are Incorporated with dash functions and after market ones are not

Jul 23, 2015 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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My 1988 chevy silverado's dash lights and radio dont work.fuses are good.someone told me to check the fuseable links. is that possible and where are they?


Did you check for voltage at the fuse circuits? Use a test lite. Your dash lites may go hot from the headlamp switch. Radios on some makes and models have two voltage circuits, one circuit is for memory, hot all the time, separate circuit to operate the radio, itself, goes hot with the key on. I haven't looked at your wiring?

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Where is the radio fuse on a 1995 camry? I do not see a fuse box under dash.


1.Answer It is a 15A fuse (#24), located in the instrument panel fuse box (behind the small fold out draw on lower the left side of dash board. Left of the steering wheel). It is the far right fuse on the middle row.

2. I had the same problem when my dome light went off. When I pulled its blown fuse, the radio went out. The radio fuse was fine, but when I replaced the dome light fuse, the radio came back on again. The dome light fuse is a 20A in the fuse box under the hood next to the battery.

3.there is on fuse in the back of the radio itself

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Dash lights and Radio Not working


All three circuits are on different fuses. Do you have power on the fuses for dash lights and the radio ? The radio should be using two different fuses, one for regular power and one for memory.

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Trying to find fuse for radio for 1992 explorer


radio fuse should be located fuse box under instrument panel to the left of the steering column.

Nov 30, 2011 | 1992 Ford Explorer

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The radio quit working in my 2003 voyager, looked at the main fuse box under hood and there is no fuse for radio.


The fuse for the radio is in the Interior Fuse panel. It is either located to the left of the steering wheel under the dash or possibly in a covered area of the dash on the drivers side or under a panel on the console under the dash. Check the side of the dash on the drivers side covered by the door when it is closed. Open the drivers door and look at that area for a cover you can remove to access a fuse panel.

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1995 cadillac deville stock radio not working


Before you remove the dash, double check the fuse(s). There are TWO fuses to power the radio. One is "switched on" when you turn the key on, the other is "constant on" to run the clock and the radio presets when the car is turned off. The constant on circuit is usually the Cigar Lighter fuse. Check the owner's manual or a trip to the library to look at their repair manuals for fuse box locations.
I repaired Delco radios for years and never had to tear the dash apart to fix a radio....

Jan 24, 2010 | 1995 Cadillac Seville

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Replaced fuses in my 06 Matrix. Radio and clock are still dead.


The 15 amp dome fuse is in the fuse box under the hood and the 15 amp CIG fuse is in the lower finish panel up under the dash on the drivers side. These are needed for the radio. The above fuses and also the 15 amp Gauge fuse in the box with the dome fuse under the hood are needed for the clock.
So...since both are dead it is likely to be 1 of the first 2 fuses mentioned.

Jul 23, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Matrix

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The car dash probably lights the radio dial so that it will dim down with the dash light dimmer. The radio light may still be switched on and off by the radio switch but its a separate circuit. Check the fuse for the circuit that powers the radio itself. It should have its own fuse. Its likely that the radio has failed and will have to be removed and checked on a bench but check the fuse and check the power and antenna connectors in the back of the radio as these sometimes come loose from vibration. Always replace a fuse with one of the exact same amperage, voltage rating, and time delay if any as the original. If a fuse is blown the cause may be internal to the radio or it may be a problem with the car wiring to the radio. If blown check the wiring leading to the radio for worn insulation near sharp edges in the dash.

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2000 Dodge Grand Caravan radio fuse


did you check in your fuse panel? lower dash by your left knee, pull cover.

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