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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-23-2011 Thread Starter
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Need help with my radio

My radio is not working anymore. It doesn't even turn on to tell the time and every time i change the fuse for the radio it pops. does anyone know what i should do or what wrong with it.

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Welcome to AFM! Is it an aftermarket radio or a stock unit? Any other mods on your car like a security system or anything? What Mustang is this in? Give us as much info as you can and I'm sure we can help you narrow it down. I'm moving this to the Audio and Alarms section to get some eyes on this for you.


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everything is all stock. the only thing i have done to it a break job and new tires. my mustang is 2002 v6 standard. and i have tried removing it to see if it was just unplugged but it wasn't and all wires are good.
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Cool. Give it a bit and we'll see if we get some hits on this thread here. If not, I'll move it to the V6 section and see if it might be something that's happened to other member's with the same year Mustang.
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Ok thank you very much
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If the fuse is blowing every time you replace it that would show that there is probably a short somewhere in the wiring. Are there other fues blowing? I would check all the connections in the harness. If there's no problem there you need to find someone who knows electronics to check it out.
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