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Newer radio not working

I have just removed the original radio cassette player to fit a newer panasonic with wires and no connectors. I have left the car loom as is, and conneceted the wires or so i thought but it keeps blowing the fuse every time i connect the battery can you please help?? (ive made sure there are no touching wires )

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Back-up and ONLY connect your red yellow and black wires. Are you still blowing fuses? NO? good... next check your illumination and dimmer wires (the orange and orange/white) if those get mixed up, you will also blow fuses.

IF you blow fuses with only those 3 wires connected, it's likely you have something exposed and touching.

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