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First is that the stock a radio. If it's an aftermarket disconnect any amplifiers, also if there's a power antenna disconnect that sometimes they become jammed. If you still blown fuses disconnect the radio and check to see if it's still blowing fuses. If not get a wiring diagram and find out what other things are on at circuit. It's a simple process of elimination. Good luck with that.
In my case the solution was a fuse on the passenger side inside fuse box. It is not listed as a fuse for the radio but it is none the less. If your cigarette lighter isn't working either its the fuse. On my 2004 it was fuse # 9 a 15A fuse.
check the remote wire. if this does not work try cleaning the wiring harness but make sure that the battery is disconnected. if that doesnt work try to trace the wires back to where they start an check for a break in the wire. an have you checked all the fuses under the hood an in the fuse pannel?