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Old 07-01-2013, 11:32 PM   #1
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Speedo and interior lights not working after new radio!

So I installed a aftermarket radio and the radio would not power on. I disconnected battery and still nothing. Now my speedometer isn't working or my interior lights! Please help!!!
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Sounds like a blown fuse?
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Sounds like a blown fuse?
How would that disable the speedo? All the other gauges work
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Yep. Blown fuse. Happen to me.
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Yep. Blown fuse. Happen to me.
Which fuse? Number?
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I just pull out each fuse one by one and replaced each one that was blown.
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I just pull out each fuse one by one and replaced each one that was blown.
Under steering wheel or engine bay?
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Under steering wheel.
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Under steering wheel.
Thanks! Maybe that's why my new radio didn't work?
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Thanks! Maybe that's why my new radio didn't work?
One of many reasons. Could also be wiring. But mine was fuse lol
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