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vietteknique
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vietteknique Dec 14, 1:23am - #350491 
2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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radio and clock isn't working

Do anyone have any clue why my radio and clock isn't working?
I was reinstalling my system to my car and when I turned on my car to see if my system work, my radio and clock shuts off. I've no clue what went wrong, but I uninstalled my system and checked out all my fuses. Replaced the radio fuse and checked my wiring again, the clock and radio still does not work. Now I don't know what is it that doesn't give power to the radio nor the clock. If anyone know what could've happen, please help. Just to let you guys know, i'm running my system with the stock deck. Tonight, I'm going to run the system to an aftermarket deck and see if it would work.
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celicatalbot Dec 14, 2:59am - #350492 
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I know. It just happened to me recently.

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FloydianSlip6 Dec 14, 3:55am - #350493 

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did you replace the inline fuse for the radio set-up? You probably blew the stock fuse in the fuse panel. Check out the rest of the fuses even if they don't look blown because this definately sounds like a fuse problem. Another option is that you disrupted the ground location that is under the stereo area, xcept that would cause moore stuff to fail, but it's worth checking out.
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vietteknique Dec 14, 5:18am - #350494 
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i did check the fuse on the side panel. me and my friends are thinking that it's a fuse problem and maybe there's a fuse which give power to the stero and clock, but the only fuse i've seen was the radio one. if anyone know which fuse would control the stereo and clock, can you tell me. That would be helpful. I dont think I disrupted the ground location because only the stereo and clock isn't working, I don't know. This is the first time that it ever happened to me. Well thanks for pointing that out, maybe I should go get that check and see what happen.
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kmlgts Dec 14, 5:28am - #350495 

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check the fuse under your Hood... best thing to do is use a fuse tester and test each fuse at a time.. thumbsup thumbsup

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vietteknique Dec 14, 6:51am - #350496 
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Thanks, I guess I'll try that next and then head out to a shop my friend insisted if I can't seem to fix the problem.
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