Radio and clock out SOS!!!

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    Default Radio and clock out SOS!!!

    Hello dear ts members please advise my radio and clock are out. All fuses are ok and I don't know what else to do. Any help will be appreciated. I checked both fuse panels and replaced my radio Dimmer works with cluster and ac controls. Help

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    Default Re: Radio and clock out SOS!!!

    If fuses are ok, sounds like its time to start replugging stuff behind the dash.

    Does the truck run and start OK? Check the battery. When the battery in my 03 sienna started to go out on the road trip, the radio died and stopped working before I noticed anything wrong with how the van was driving and running. Does the fan work? Is there any lights or noise at all? If you check all those and its ok, then its time to start pulling the dash and checking for loose plugs or grounds.
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    Default Re: Radio and clock out SOS!!!

    The radio and clock are both powered from the ACC fuse in the engine compartment fuse box.
    With these new fuses, you can't always tell if a fuse is blown just by looking at it. I suggest you try changing that one even if it appears to be OK.
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    Wow thanks for replying so fast! Truck starts everything works ok I already check for lose connections and grounds Do you happen to know what color are the power wires?? I'll try going from radio to fuse panel. Fuses were checked with tester for power on both sides of fuse. Is there a relay maybe?? Some fools at shop bridge my radio power from lighter but only redio works no illumination or clock! I'm checking plugs behind glove comp. thank you guys

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    take itback to the shop that installed the radio. They should trouble shoot it.
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