Question about 1986 Chrysler Fifth Avenue
Trouble shooting circuits is about eliminating points of failure until you isolate the problem. Is the fuse blowing? If so you need to disconnect everything and then connect them back one at a time until you find the fault, or disconnect them one at time until you find the problem. I would start at the stereo, disconnect and isolate the wires they typically fail or are wired improperly when oem replacements are installed. If the fuse is not blowing I would trace the voltage from the fuse block forward into the circuit, if there is no power getting to the fuse it might be something ahead of the fuse you are working on. Bossibly a bad connection, but sometimes its another feeder fuse or connection.
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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