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Radio doesn't work anymore.

I had a short in the front power outlet when I tried to insert the power adaptor to my gps unit. The radio in my 2004 Honda Pilot does not turn on anymore. I checked the fuse under the hood and it is fine. Is there another fuse I should be looking at? Did the short take my radio out completely? I need help.

Doug F.

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  • dennismichae Jul 25, 2008

    I have the same problem. I plugged in a converter to my front
    power supply and now the radio won't work. Fuses are fine.
    Mine's a 2005 pilot.

  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2008

    2003 pilot-radio just stopped working-checked fuse ok-changed fuse, no change. any other fuses that might affect this? also acc port just below is out too.

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Replace 15 amp fuse on passenger site it is last top one.
you will see small door at the bottom where you right foot is, when you on passenger sit.

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Check the fuses under the dash.

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