Question about Panasonic Car Audio & Video
We are on a long trip and 200 miles into it, the radio/cd player in the car has stopped working...like it doesn't even have power to it. We have pulled it out and the wires behind it all appear to be connected, could it be the fuse?
It could infact be the fuse.. check the fuse panel for radio fuse should be a 10 amp or 15 amp fuse. look for blown fuse .. if u can find the fuse.. pull every fuse one by one.. putting back every one in its place untill you find the right fuse. MAKE SURE KEY IS OUT OF IGNITION. (CAR IS NOT RUNNING) lights off etc.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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