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Regularly are 30 amp

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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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My Tacoma D-cab 2003 radio does not turn on. I could not find any blown fuse. Is there a particular fuse for the radio? What else can I do? Thanks for your help.


TAKE RADIO OUT CHECK POWER GOING TO PLUG WITH TEST LIGHT.IF GOOD POWER THEN BAD RADIO,ALSO CHECK ALL FUES RADIO MIGHT BE TIED INTO OTHER FUES AS WELL.

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dont just chek fues at end of dash pull radio and check the fues behind a radio if it is good let it out for 10 min and reinstall if it comes on inter code if not will need radio that radio some of them have a problem with internal short

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Try pulling the radio fues then turn car on the after a few secs turn the car off replace fues this should reset it and eject the cd

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just look at your fues block with a flashlight and you will be able to see the blown fuse... look closely it might not be obvious at first. Another thing you can do is go to the store and purchase a fuse tester... a simple device that has a pair of pins (actually they usually have 2 pair, one for two different spacings) and an led... you put the pins against the fuse's exposed metal contacts on the flat back and if the fues is blown and the device is on, the led will light... you may have to buy a fuse kit to get the tester but they are well worth it, along with a fuse puller, if you are like me and have large fingers

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First I suggest confirm what fuse blowing there and waht circuit and edevices are controled, check some wire broken or bad ground in the line and switch (if have one there).

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