i have no power to the number 7 fuse in my 2005 f150 lariat?

Asked by Feb 05, 2017 at 01:04 PM about the 2005 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the fuse for the radio

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27,155

Try removing and reseating the fuse. The fuses in the fuse box get their power from the bus on the backside of the box, if it had no power none of the fuses would. Might just be the fuse is not seated tightly.

79,725

Look for corrosion on the old fuse. Some Fords have a problem with moisture getting into the fuse box.

Well I put a new fuse in and checked the box . All looks good but still no power threw the fuse . It was in a wreck and blew the air bag . Could that have anything to do with it? Because there are radio controls on steering wheel .

I have the same issue with my 2005 F-150 XLT. No power to fuse #7. Tried multiple fuses. All other fuse locations are fine. It's only number 7, and I can't stand not having any radio for months now. Any suggestions? Has anyone resolved this issue? I'm at a loss :(

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