Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, i changed the battery of my car myself, but accidently touched the positive to negative terminal... which then blew my stereo fuse.
i was hoping to find the fuse and replace it myself but cant seem to find its location
Depending on type of stereo fuse will either be located at the back of the unit or if not you may find that its inside the actuall unit and really would not be worth the hassle and would be cheaper to buy another unit rather than send it to a technician,,hope that helps ,,goodluck.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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