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Radio I disconnect my battery in my jeep and my radio is completly dead since then, can you help me find a solution?

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    My battery died, I put a new one in, and now the radio is completely dead.

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Your fuses one of them of 3 is bad depending on who owned vehicle before you they might have used more than 2 fuses at a time

you have fuse box
then you have wired fuse on radio
then you have the actuall radio fuse

make sure face plate is also secured right for proper connections

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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