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A 15A fuse (back-up) in the "engine room" and
a 10A fuse (acc) in the "fuse block".

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If you are NOT grounding the radio CASE it will NOT operate, take a two ended alligator clip wire, clip one on a suitable ground, the other on the radio case, the radio lights should now come one IF an internal fuse is not blown?? check to see IF there is one?? follow the wire that goes to the radio wire, back to the fuse panel, is the easiest way to find the correct fuse??

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RADIO No 1 is under the hood in the engine compartment fuse box

RADIO no. 2 in in the fusebox under the dash, on the left side of the instrument panel.


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I would operate one by one mirrors left-right,radio, electric locks.
I would first dont operate side mirrors and observe if fuse remain then leave radio disconected (dont power on or remove its wire harness). If with radio disconnected fuse is not blown, i would use electrical locking and test again.
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