Re: Fuse to the radio in my 2007 eclipse keeps blowing?
Check your wires if you have or had a aftermartet cd player the wires may be touching or if its been stock they could have warn through thats all i can think of because in order to blow a fuse you have to have too much power running through the wires witch could make them wear through over bumps and such im not 100% sure but i think this could be your problem i hope i helped you man
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that fuse could be burning out because of the oxygen sensors. Change them out. See if that takes care of the issue. If not then on the under hood fuse block unhook the black and white connections. Try the a/c again. If it does not blow the fuse, hook one of those back up and see, If they both blow the fuse. trace the red and yellow wire to check for shorts.
dont forget theres a set of fuses under the hood on the gmc as well as the ones in the cab! The ones under the hood tend to blow when hooking up a trailer and if you have turn signal issues or radio issues it's probley the fuse under the hood thats blown! Good luck
the fuse for the cigarette lighter is located in the fuse box under the hood. It is a 20 Amp (yellow fuse) in position #32. You can check the lid of the fuse box under the hood for a diagram to show the positions.
on the 03 eclipse gs bought one saturday and the radio didn't do nothing there is two radio fuses on is in the dash on the drivers side the other one is under the hood there is and yellow plastic clip with two fuses in it. when you go to pull it up it stops cause of clips on the bottoms sides. the radio fuse is on the left the best way to get it out of the yellow clip is to use needle nose. the fuse under the hood controls the display for the clock and am/fm radio.