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Old 10-02-2011, 11:00 AM
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Radio will not turn on

02 f350 xl with factory cd player. I have power going to the unit like the clock but will not turn on completely. I have checked all the radio fuses and they are fine. I also swapped another factory radio from another one of my trucks and it does the same thing. Any thoughts?
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Check all the fuses with a test light. Sometimes there is a fuse that has nothing to do with the radio that supplies power to it. The owners manual usually does not show all the fuses that are for a particular circuit---only the major uses of that fuse. A few months ago, I replaced the dome lamp assembly in my truck. I accidentally blew the fuse associated with that circuit when I pulled the lamp out of the depression in the roof panel without knowing it. Besides the lamp not working when I installed the new one, the radio and the power windows would not work. As I said above, check ALL of the fuses with a test light--I'm sure you'll find one blown.


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P.S. The clock in the radio is on a different circuit than the radio itself.
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Old 10-03-2011, 11:41 PM
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Your a genius, took all of 2 minutes with a test light to figure out the problem. Thanks again!
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Same problem and on a road trip

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Your a genius, took all of 2 minutes with a test light to figure out the problem. Thanks again!
Which fuse was it??? It would help a lot I'm having the exact problem as well! Would help a lot thank you!!
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:24 PM
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F350 radio won't turn on

Can you let me know wat fuse it is please?? Would really appreciate it!
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