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Radio stop working after battery change

Changed the battery in my 2001 Blazer. Upon completion the radio no longer worked. All fuses in the box are good. Help

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  • coachgruscho Jan 09, 2009

    There are not any in line fuses (I pulled it already to look). Unless the radio has an internal fuse it's not the problem

  • coachgruscho Jan 11, 2009

    Oddly enough the radio started working again? I did find the positive terminal on the battery wasn't in full contact. It doesn't make sense,but it's working. Thanks

  • blueextc3221
    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    Check the fuses behind the radio?

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If your radio is the pioneer model stated, it definately has a fuse!
The little black box on the yellow wire contains a fuse.
If there is no black box on the conctant power, you may have damaged the radio with a voltage spike(s) when connecting the battery posts.

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