Question about Car Audio & Video
I HAD A NEW SOUND SYSTEM INSTALLED, AND NOW IT'S NOT WORKING AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT NUMBER FUSE TO CHECK
Some stereos have a fuse on the back of them usually a 15 amp. Some have an inline fuse round inside a small holder on the power in wire, they are red or clear. If you are refering to as which fuse to change in yours cars fuse box it is usually the one that goes to the Accesories, the lid to the fuse box usually has this information, or your owners manual, or you can pick up a motor manual for you cars make, model, and year at your local auto supply store.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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