radio fuse

Asked by Feb 13, 2013 at 08:27 PM about the 2008 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what fuse is for the radio my radio just stopped working

8 Answers

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Pop the cover off the fuse box under the dash and look on the inside cover. It will show you the function for each fuse.

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Depends, there is more than one, is your cigarette lighter also out? And is your cruise control now no longer working? Try changing the 15amp blue fuse on passenger footwell.

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Check the 15 Amp "ACC" fuse (#9 I believe). If it's blown, check under the hood for the replacement 15 amp fuse in the Fuse Box. Take the replacement and put it in that slot...everything should be back to normal. If you're putting anything into your lighter like a car charger it is likely causing the shortage, and it will likely cause it again.

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50

My window wipers just stopped and i wanna know if it's a fuse how do i change the fuse. And where do i look

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50

My 96 Honda front window wipers are not working what to do and if it's a fuse where do i look for the fuse box inside

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My 96 Honda front window wipers are not working what to do and if it's a fuse where do i look for the fuse box inside

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I have a 2000 Honda accord my car radio just stoped working.how do on fix this.what fuses would I need what color or colors do I need?

22 of 22 people found this helpful.
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Passenger side fuse box. Number 9 fuse. 20 amps.

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