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Old 12-20-2011, 11:22 PM
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Radio fuse in 2011 F-250

Today my radio/Cd unit died, does anyone know the fuse number/location for the radio?
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#29 in pass. footwell according to the manual.
Fuse/Relay location
29

Fuse Amp Rating
20A

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Mine did the same thing. It is kind of a pain to get to. It is a 20 amp mini fuse on the passenger side next to where your right foot would rest.
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I took out fuse number 10 and then the radio worked.....the fuse fell where I can't get it...I then replaced the fuse and the radio still works.....weird
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