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Fuse block does not match the one in manual. radio has no power

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Are you sure you are looking at the right fuse block in the manual? There might be two different pages showing two different fuse blocks. One in the cab and one under the hood. If you are thinking fuse, check the cig lighter too, normaly they are on the same ciricut.

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