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Re: 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Make sure there isn't a secondary fuse box like under the hood or under the dash to start. Many vehicles now have two fuseboxes with redundant fuses for the same system. If thats not it you need to get a cheap voltage meter and start diagnosing from the farthest point out til you find the place where you voltage isn't getting through. Good Luck
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It could be a burnt out fuse. There are 2 places where the fuses are located; one under the hood near the battery and the second is to the left of the steering wheel. The inside panel cover has the number and what item that the fuses controls. I use a multimeter to check the continuity. If it buzzes, then it is good.
sound to me that you are having a short in the dash with the radio and sun roof . check the relay see if it gets hot when you open the roof. trase the lines and make sure the two are not wired together.
It may be a circuit breaker.My windows and door locks stopped working,even after checking all fuses and replacing Main Driver side door switch! Found three circuit breakers that you can reset with a paper clip or small screwdriver. They were black with an aluminum cover on top. They don't come out easily,just insert the pin on each one.