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Fuse for Radio & Digital Clock

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I have a 1997 4Runner SR5 V6 4WD and the Fuse (15 amp) controlling the radio & clock keeps blowing. What could be the possible causes?

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kyle

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Please check the harness of the radio and wiring there could be short in the wiring which is causing this problem.......................

good luck.............



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