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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The wire that supplies a live to your radio, runs from ignition down the steering column. You probably have a chafed wire along that loom, as you tilt the steering, the wire grounds so the accessories fuse/radio fuse blows. Remove the panel under the steering column and/or the shroud around the column and examine the wiring.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
you got a grounded wire. check the wiring in the back of the radio if its custom radio i can almost gaurentee thats what it is. however electrical aint my best area. lemme know if i helpd any.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: radio fuse keeps blowing
make sure nothing in cig lighter socket..coins,etc..if nothing present,unplug cig lighter socket and replace fuse..if fuse doesn't blow,it's the socket causing fault..if it does,unplug radio,plug cig lighter back in and replace fuse..if fuse doesn't blow,radio is cause of fault..if it does,then ther is short in wiring
Posted on May 19, 2009
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