Question about Car Audio & Video
I replaced an alternator on a 1995 nissan maxima. when the car was started, several fuses were blown. I replaced most of the fuses, but it is hard to tell which ones were blown without taking out every single one. when the fuses were replaced and the radio still did not work, I then removed the radio and replaced the fuse on the head unit, which gave me power to eject the CD but not turn on. is it possible that there is a fuse hidden somewhere for stereo power that I missed?
To look at the worn out fuse they look like being burned or the aluminum inside the fuse is broken or cut.the fuse for the radio is different to the fuse of the car but still is connected to the battery and check the fuse of the radio it self may be worn out already.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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