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I removed a radio from my 1998 buick lesabre and replaced it with another one. Now I have no power to either one. Fuse is good.

I replaced the radio and there was no power. I then checked the fuse and it was good. I then put the old radio back in and it would not power up either. Is there a code that has to be put in after a replacement is made. Why would;t the old radio play? It was playing great until now.

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There will be anti theft codes that you will have to put in to get the radios to work . If you do not have the code for the old one then it may be lost to you and the new one ( not second hand ) will have a code in the how to book ( owners manual)

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The radio should have 2 fuses, 1 is batt 10 or 15 amp and 1 is acc 7.5 amp. The windows should have 1 or 2 fuses and relays.

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