It varies from car to car. For example a 1998 Ford Crown Victoria will have it in a different location from a 1998 Chevrolet Impala, or even the same car of another year. So, we need to know the year, make, and model of the car. Also, if it is an add-on radio, the fuse may be an in-line fuse, that is, in a special holder made into a wire somewhere behind the radio itself. Additionally, there are usually 2 fuses to any radio. One provides radio power when you turn it on, and the other provides power all the time, even when the key is off, so the radio can retain information stored in it's memory such as radio station presets, clock, and even the last setting you had it on when you turned it off, like volume, and station it was set to. If the car has the original factory radio instaled, you should look into your owner's manual to see which fuses are listed for the radio. If you don't have your owner's manual, call the dealer. They can look it up for you.
the radio fuse
The cruise and radio switches do not share a common fuse.
the one labled radio
Fuse number 12 is the fuse that controls the radio in an Astra V Reg. It is rated at 7.5 amps and also controls the mobile phone, and other electronics.
there will either be a fuse on the back of the actual radio unit or else check your audio fuse and your room fuse.
The 2002 Lexus radio and navigation system fuse can be found in the fuse box. The radio and navigation system fuse will be the number six fuse.
Turn on the radio and start pulling fuses. When the radio stops working, that is the fuse. Try the cigarette lighter fuse first.
there is a specific RADIO fuse to check, but also check the the BODY fuse for radio clock operation and dial light operation there is a RADIO fuse to test, but also check the BODY fuse. It controls the radio dial lamps, and clock operation.
if the radio isn't working it is the blown fuse which controls it or pull out fuses one by one till the radio turns off. ive done it on my import car it hasn't dammaged it your call
The engine compartment fuse and relay box is located left side of the engine compartment. After removing the lid, refer to the fuse box lid for help locating the fuse you want. If you look on the lid, it will not show which fuse controls the radio. If all the fuses are ok, then you'll have to remove the in dash radio and replace the fuse in there.
If your fuse panel is the same as the 95, check fuse #9 under the dash.
The fuse that controls this is the same as the cigarette lighter fuse (15 Amp)
The radio fuse is in the dash fuse block Right side of the center console(below the radio) there is a panel that pulls off...The fuses are listed on the back of the panel..
the fuse that controls the radio on my 2000 2.5 dse is fuse number 1 under the drivers seat (top left) this fuse also controls the instrument pack,clock,centre console and navigation unit according to my owners handbook hope this helps r4ob
Fuse # 8 is the Radio Fuse, however, depending on the speaker package you have there are another two fuses, fuse #1 and fuse #20
you should take out the fuse that controls the radio.
Look for an auxiliary fuse or it may be controlled by the radio fuse.
Check #12 and #15
Look in your owners manual if you have it and it will tell you.
It is in the fuse box. Check all of the fuses with a test light.
in engine compartment on driver side, lift up black lid.
The ac controls fuse is the same as the radio/cig lighter which is located in the fuse panel next to the steering column.