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What is wrong if your car stereo does not work after an accident?

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2006-05-25 21:22:00
2006-05-25 21:22:00

You may have a blown fuse, or a short in your wiring due to the accident. Take the vehicle to someone who is experienced in workin with automotive electrical.

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