A reason not obvious could be the trunk light bulb which is on the same circuit. We had a case where the bulb looked good, but the filament was loose and would sometimes connect ok and sometimes short. The only case where the fuse would blow was when you opend the trunk AND the filament decided to short. Prior to diagnosing this, the dealer told us it was the radio which we had removed, but which didn't solve the problem. or at least rules out another part of the puzzle.
because its got spirit
i have a 95 Spirit and have the same problem. It is getting power to the radio (back lit, and tape player will rewind, but the clock display doesnt work, and the radio doesnt work (which sucks). Sometimes it will turn on when I start my car, but once the car is running, there is 0% chance of the radio coming on, even if I start banging around the radio. THis leads me to believe that is not a loose wire, but something in the ignition? Any input would be appreciated! I to had the same prob with the radio in a 90 Caravan which also carrys the same radio setup as the Dodge Spirit... its a short in the radio that aventually developes... theres nothing wrong with wiring... i took the radio setup out of my 92 Spirit (cause trans went out) and put it into the Caravan and still works fine, so its not a wiring prob... just a prob with the radio itself.
Check to make sure that your power wire on the radio is not grounding to the body of the radio. this will cause a short and thus blow the fuse.
It would be cheaper and easier to replace the whole radio.
A short in the wiring.
"Radar" comes from RAdio Detection And Ranging. If it didn't use radio it would be called something else.LIDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging) is laser instead of radio. That uses light.
If you mean can you plug a radio into an outlet controlled by a light switch, the answer is yes, provided the radio does not draw more current that the circuit can supply. (This would not apply to your standard household radio, but only to a high powered unit.)
you probally have a bad wire that is shorting out and blowing your fuses.
i replaced the head unit and the fuse stoped blowing.
That would probably be bad valve seals. It would depend on the vehicle as to how easy or hard it would be to repair.
Short in the wiring or one of the bulb receptacles.
Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation similar to visible light. If there were 2 light sources with different color light you would not have any problem seeing both colors. It is the same with radio waves on different wavelengths.
Pull the light bulbs out and check the bulb sockets for corrosion. If there is none, spend the money and change the bulbs first. Even though a light may work, it could be shorting also. It may also be in the dashboards light system because the tail lights and dash ights run on the same circuitAnswerHas the radio been changed? because also remember there's a wire that goes to the radio and if it not used, may be grounding out on something
you could have a short between the two.
It hasn't been done and there is a problem because the background noise would prevent the use of radio communication over more than about 1 light year's distance. Radio waves travel at the speed of light, so it would take 2 years to get a message there and back from 1 light-year away.
Are you blowing fuses or are the bulbs blowing? Blowing fuses would be a sign of any wires or metal contacts in your brake circuit grounding out or shorting on themselves. You'll have to check all of the wiring in your brake light/switch circuit to be sure.
11 years since a radio signal is an electromagnetic wave, just as light is, and electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed.
Koledy is a compilation of Polish folk songs that mirror the soul and spirit of the Polish people. A Koledy radio station would necessarily play Christmas songs in this genre.
A Light Year is a measure of distance. If a star is 61 light years away, then it would take light (or radio waves, which travel at the speed of light) 61 years to get there.
It would be a tie; both light and radio are electromagnetic waves, as are X-rays, gamma rays, ultra-violet and infrared. They all travel at the same speed, the "speed of light", which is about 300,000 km/second, or 186,000 miles per second.
sounds like just a blown fuse. get you owners manaual out and find the listings for the fuses.
If fuses keep blowing on your Honda, you likely have a short somewhere. You can get a multimeter and a copy of the wiring diagram so you can track down the short, or you can have a mechanic do it. If you've recently installed anything new such as a radio or a gauge or switch, that would be where you want to start.
Radio waves travel at the same speed that light does ... about 300,000 kilometers (186,000 miles) per second.Radio waves are an electromagnetic wave, and thus travel at "the speed of light". The speed of light is exactly 299,792,458 meters per second in a vacuum. However, radio waves traveling through other media, such as air, would slow it down. The speed of light through air is closer to 299,460,000 meters per second.
It is possible that one of the bulbs is shorting out. Try replacing the brake light bulbs, if that doesn't work, troubleshoot the brake light switch.