It is the ACC fuse
To any fuse in the fuse box that turns on and off with the key switch like the windshield wipers. Have you tried the radio fuse?
look at the fuse box and find a acc circuit,If you have a test light check to make sure that the acc terminal you use is a keyed hot.When the key is on it will light the test light and when the key is turned to the off position it will turn the test light off.Make sure you use an inline 15 amp fuse.You can use a spade connector to plug into the fuse box acc terminal.THe ground wire can be connected to any metal bracket under the dash as long as it it a good clean ground.Most fuse boxes have 2 or 3 acc circuits.
instead of hooking up your amps remote wire to your CD player, i would run the wire to your fuse box and wrap the striped wire around a fuse for something like the windshield wipers or acc or something that turns on when you want your amp on. and then put the fuse back in and then it's the same as plugging it into your CD player, except not as much work
ACC is an acronym for Automatic Cruise Control. If you are getting an "ACC Reset" Message, you can try cleaning the sensors, or try pulling the ACC fuse and leave it out for about 30 minutes of drive time and replace the fuse. That mat reset the ACC in the computer.
Look for "ACC" (accesory)
If the cigarette lighter is not working and the ACC fuse, inside the car, left of steering wheel, is still good (radio is working), the "fuse" on the back side of the cigarette lighter socket, a brown wire, has blown. Socket needs to be replaced or fixed with a soldering iron and a new wire.
where are the fuse
No it doesn't. The acc wire on your stereo is for accessory from your ignition switch. That's so you can turn your car key back and run your stereo without turning on the engine.
the fuse designated acc
there is not one.