Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello... I am sorry to hear you are having problems. I am assuming here that you are doing the install in a Chevrolet and that you are testing the car on the vehicle wire side? If you are using a wire harness adapter and testing there, then you are on the dimmer wire. If you are testing the orange wire on a Chevy vehicle, this should be the same fuse as the cigarette lighter. Again, I can only speculate since you did not list a vehicle. Some vehicles have fuses under the hood near the battery as well as the interior of the vehicle. Let me know what vehicle you have and I can further help you with a solution!
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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