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Sometimes a fuse may look OK, but actually isn't. You could use a multimeter to test them or try a known good fuse in the radio / dash light socket to confirm. If they were working before you changed the radio, I would think that if its not the fuse, you may have disturbed a connection and now its not connected properly. You may have to have a close look behind and around the dash to check the connections.
Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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