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Is the radio original equipment or a more recent model? Sometimes newer models have in-line fuses which may be located somewhere between the power source and the radio. Also check to see if power is crossing the fuse, i.e. before and after the fuse.
There are 2 fuses that control the radio. Fuse #8, 10 amp, which is located in the "Intelligent Power Module" located in the engine compartment left side. This fuse is fed off the battery and is hot all the time. This one controls the radio memory and settings.
The other is Fuse #5, 20 amp, also located in the Intelligent power module. This fuse is fed from the Ignition switch and should be hot when the key is on.
Look for a box with a plastic cover on the left side of the engine compartment. This is the "Intelligent Power Module" box
your radio does not have a fuse in the way we used to think fo a radio fuse the radio gets it's power from the power control module that is located on top of the trans axle the clock on the radio gets it's power from the IOD fuse in the relay center under the hood.
There are fuses for the radio in the fuse panel inside the car. The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the CD stowage box to access the fuses. Fuse number 31, 20 amp, fuse 57, 7.5 amp, radio and cluster (accessory), fuse 62, 7.5 amp, Radio (Start). There is a Subwoofer fuse in the Power Distribution Box, number 11, 30 amp fuse.
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.