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Old 03-08-2009, 04:01 PM   #1
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Im curious if anyone knows what fuses play a part in delivering power to the cd player. My radio fuse is fine, and the cd player still works (I hooked it straight to the battery). My wires behind the deck however are not delivering power. My memory wire is putting out like .6 volts, and the main power has nothing. It basically just stopped working. We did spend a lot of time connecting and disconnecting the battery while working on it. I am not sure if there is another fuse that might play a part in power delivery. Oh, and nothing else seems to not be working. The dash, all the lights, door chimes and lighter all still work well.

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Yea, Never mind. I found the problem, and it was odd. A 10 amp fuse that'* suppose to be for the cluster and chimes (all of which worked) was blown?!?! So of course I never looked at it because.....well it all was working properly. Pretty strange I guess. But I got my tunes back finally.
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