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try unplugging your radio and replace fuseable link if it doesnt blow your short is in your radio if it blows with radio discoonnected take light sockets out and inspect them for corrosion or direct shorts.
Check for a blown fuse in the power circuit to the radio.
If your radio is an aftermarket one, it may have been improperly installed and powered from the cigarette lighter circuit. If so, check the fuse for the cigarette lighter circuit.
It may be that a "fusible link" was blown open when you attached a defective cell phone charger (what you call a "memory charger?) If so, you will have to get professional help in finding the location of the fusible link, often buried within the car's wiring harness.
If anyone can figure it out (besides the dealer) it will be AutoZone. I carry any problem that I can't figure out to them and they will keep on until they figure it out. If they can't then you will have to take it to a dealer, which I know ou don't want to.
Start by checking all of the fuses and all of the fusible link wires, and you will know a fusible link wire when you find one because they will stretch similar to a rubber band. Fusible link wires are usually located at the fuse/relay junction box in the engine compartment, or at the starter solenoid, or sometimes at the fire-wall. Also check the fuse/relay junction box for any PAL type of fusible links.
Check all fuses and fusible links in engine compartment fuse box and let us know the results. Also specify exactly everything that isn't working--is it the A/C blower or clutch? Wipers and washers? How about the radio? Door locks? etc...
check for blown fuses in fuse boxes under dash on left & under hood.check for a blown 'fusible link' a wire leading from battery + terminal to the electrical box near the battery.a fusible link is a wire designed to 'melt' in case of a short.outside of link will appear blistered,and a new one needs to be soldered in it's place.