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I have a Honda HR-V and i have lost power to my 12v socket and since that now the stereo has stopped working...is this a fuse replacement issue??

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Yes you will need a fuse but do you know why the fuse was blown. It's probably something you pluged in which overloaded the fuse but if not the wire's will need checked.

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