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Radio not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuse location 2003 Mustang
normally they are on the driverside under the dash and sometimes there is a panel just inside the door on the dash driverside and also one under the hood and if you have an owners manual you shouldn't have any problem
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
According to the Haynes repair manual: "There is no fuse and relay box inside the passenger compartment. However, there are a number of fuses, relays and circuit breakers in various locations under the dash. The heated mirror circuits and the circuit for the lower instrument panel power outlet (in the floor console) are fused with self-resetting fuses that are only serviceable by an authorized dealer." However, in the fusebox under the hood (a.k.a Integrated Power Module) there is a fuse RDO/IP IGN which is the fuse for the radio. Check this fuse. Both the radio and the Cigar Lighter are fused through the IPM.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
The horn relay is inside a fuse box under the hood (drivers side). There should be 5 relays. The horn will probably be mounted near the frame (under the engine).
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Which A/C fuse are you looking for? There are 4 of them. F2.2 (20 Amp), F2.23 (15 Amp), F2.24 (30 Amp) are all located in the Central Junction Box behind the dash panel on the left-hand (driver's) side of the vehicle.
Fuse F1.24 (20 Amp) is also part of the A/C system and is located in the Battery Junction Block in the engine compartment.
If your A/C is not working, you should scaPowertrain Control Module (PCM) and your Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM). The first thing you should do if your A/C is not working is to scan your computer system for fault codes.
Please also review this article:
Where's The Fuse?
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
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