Question about 2003 Ford Crown Victoria
Couple of days ago I lost power to the radio, the clock and the dome light in my 1997 Crown Vic. All factory, nothing added. Replaced the radio fuse (I think #11 - 15A) and it immediately blew out again. Anyone know of any common problem causing this before I have to start the long task of tracking down a short? Any help would be appreciated.
Try checking all the grounds for the radio, over time they can weeken. If that doesn't work, put in a new ground wire with a heavier gauge, that should fix it. It sounds like a ground problem.
Good luck, Daniel
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