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The manual calls for a 4 Amp fuse. That should be sufficient unless there have been modifications made to increase the output power.

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The Audio system on my 2005 Solara Convertible just died. I checked and replaced the 25 amp fuse (the old one still looked good), but still no power. What else should be checked?


dead as in all functions and modes dead, all.
?
well it can only be 2 things
1: no 12vdc to head, (use a 10 buck voltmeter from walfart>?)
2: head end is dead.

25amps is the wrong, fuse. even 10 amps is good for 140watts.
the fuse is stated in the operators guide lost that?
some cars its mark,, RADIO.
the fuse that looks bad is
the fuse that looks good,can be , in fact. bad. what most techs
do is use ,yes, the voltmeter again, to measure bothsides of fues
keyon, radio on, to check all fuses related to radio (audio)
12v on both sides wins
if 12v makes it to the Radio and amp (if external amp then that too must have power, for sure) then the radio is bad, or amp.
if the radio scans and finds stations(not stated) then the amp might
be bad or lost power.

radio 101, over and out.




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Radio not working


sounds to me like the radio lost its pass word code.
(or a power amp fuse is blown)
check fuses. , this time. more carefully.
some radios go to now amp mode, will tune but are in pass word mode.
if you drain the battery , this happens everytime.
oldest story in the world this.....

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/obtaining-anti-theft-radio-code-1350588/

if all power pins on the radio have 12vdc and if radio has external amp
there are like 4 or 5 radio options on new jeeps.
so if it has an external amp,it too has power pins, if they have 12vdc
then the fuse is not blown. (the fsm shows the wiring and fuses, read the FSM)
if the radio is still dead, it can be the radio code issue.
if the fuses are good , its Jeep dealer time.

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Radio amp fuse blows


problem could be radio.10 amp fuse for ignition switch power up radio display the 30 amp fuse for radio amp system in which that circuit hot at all times.

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Can't find fuse for Ford Fusion radio.


There are 3 fuses that go to the radio. They all located in the fuse panel under the left hand side of the dash. Fuse #22 7.5 amp, fuse#18 20 amp and fuse#12 7.5 amp.

Dec 06, 2012 | 2009 Ford Fusion

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  • Hi, I can help.

  • Please see my diagram for a visual as well.

  • #7 fuse - 7.5 Amp is the radio signal fuse.
  • #14 fuse - 10 Amp - is for the Navigation radio.
  • # 22 fuse - 10 Amp - Both radio delayed accessory feed and Navigation radio (EHAM) antenna amplifier..
  • # 4 fuse - 15 Amp - DVD player / navigation radio.

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  • Be sure to check all of the fuses I have listed as any could be the one you need to replace.

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Sep 13, 2011 | 2004 Ford Expedition

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I am looking for the diagram # for the stereo system in the fuse box of a 2006 mustang gt


Not sure if the Radio is even turning on or what kind you have as there are a couple. Heres the info I can give you though. The radio (start) fuse is in the number 20 position (20 amp) in the fuse box inside the car located on the passenger lower side behind the kick panel. Remove the trim panel and the fuse cover to access the fuses. A diagram for that fuse is below. In power distribution box located in the engine compartment are 3 other fuses depending on which radio you have. in the number 6 & 7 position are the fuses for the rear amps on the shaker 1000 radio and in the number 16 position is for the front amp if you have the shaker 500 radio. All those fuses are 30 amps. See the diagram for that fuse box below as well.clifford224_57.jpgclifford224_58.jpg

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It keeps blowing my fuse for my stock radio. Pushing a 10" sub.. Fuse on my amp is good. In-line fuse is good. But it keeps blowing the radio fuse in my panel.. ? Please help.. Thanks Ryan


Check the amp turn-on wire. It's a blue/white wire running from the radio to the amp. It's probably label REM at the amp. This wire sends a switched 12 volts from the radio to the amp. It is probably shorting out somewhere between the radio and the amp.

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What is radio fuse location (slot number) for a 2007 Ford Focus SE? This fuse box is located in the engine compartment.


There are fuses for the radio in the fuse panel inside the car. The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the CD stowage box to access the fuses. Fuse number 31, 20 amp, fuse 57, 7.5 amp, radio and cluster (accessory), fuse 62, 7.5 amp, Radio (Start). There is a Subwoofer fuse in the Power Distribution Box, number 11, 30 amp fuse.

Nov 18, 2010 | 2007 Ford Focus (3 Door) Hatchback

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My 1997 honda accord radio screen is blank only the red power button is on and the clock above radio is dim and resets itself everytime i start the car, i check the fuse box inside the car and all fuses...


If it's fuse 36, it should have a 15 amp fuse.
Do not confuse this fuse with the radio backup fuse, which is 7.5 amps but runs a lot of other circuits.
Put in a 15 amp fuse.
If it burns, the lighter may have a short.
See diagrams at link below.
http://www.revbase.com/BBBMotor/Wd/DownloadPdf?id=4576

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