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Where is the fuse for radio and interior lights on your 1988 Chevy Celebrity?


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2010-06-21 20:54:43
2010-06-21 20:54:43

The fuse for the radio is in the fuse block, and is marked radio. The fuse block is on the bottom of the dash to the right of the steering column.

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