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Electrical Problem When I first discovered side mirrors, door locks, and radio weren't working, replaced fused and all three worked, again. Shortly after replacing fuse, all three went out, again. This time could hear a sizzling sound coming from the fuse box area just before items quite working. Replaced fuse one more time and the same thing happened. What is best way to correct this problem?

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  • Dcarroll31 Mar 25, 2009

    Today I went to start my car and I had no power. My power locks didn't work and the car wouldn't turn over. I got the car jumped and now the radio doesn't work and the power locks still don't work. Does anyone know which fuse I need to change and if there is a spare that I can pull from the box to use until I can get another one?

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    was blowing fuses for the radio and interior lights left the fuse out for awhile then put one in now it still doesnt work with a new fuse

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    are the fuses bad or do I have a loose wire somewhere.. always happens when I have to drive home at night.

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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.
Good Luck

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