Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Quebexico, Canada
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,990
J Man….Some may be connected in series and going through a relay who knows. But here is how you fix it…buy a 10$ 12V test light and ground one end and start testing both sides of every fuse, sometimes they don’t look blown but they are. Most cars have 2 fuse boxes, check under the carpets under the front hood also the walls. Check owners manual as well, like you said none seem to be for the interior, usually “engine fuses” are under the hood like fuel pump, wipers etc… but stuff like windows, door locks, mirrors are usually inside, under the dash either side but mostly driver side or when you open the driver side door, look where the dash starts (just above the hinges) sometime there is a fuse panel there. Let me know, I can walk you through it, I have 20k of car audio/video in my truck that I installed myself (80 hours of labor).
Another thing, you need to test your radio again to make sure it still works, plug your radio directly to the car battery both positive wires from the radio to the battery terminal, what I mean by that is your constant + and accessories +. Then plug your negative wire to the – of the battery to see if it still works. If it still does, get a speaker any speaker and test every output (front left speaker, then right front, then rear left, rear right) the reason is your radio might work but you could of fried something else.
Keep me posted…
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