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radio and display stopped working after changing battery

My A/C is working but my radio, display and dome light are not working. I connected the battery and then it all went hay wire, I also blew my main fuse but had that replaced.

I was wondering if you have figured out the problem? please let me know, what i can do.
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My A/C is working but my radio, display and dome light are not working. I connected the battery and then it all went hay wire, I also blew my main fuse but had that replaced.

I was wondering if you have figured out the problem? please let me know, what i can do.
Odds are you've got other fuses that need to be replaced as well. I believe the radio may have a fuse in the back of the unit itself, but would try the main fuse panel first.
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Odds are you've got other fuses that need to be replaced as well. I believe the radio may have a fuse in the back of the unit itself, but would try the main fuse panel first.
Thank you very much, I will try checking all fuses once again. I never checked the Room Fuse, i heard that may be the case. after i will have to check the fuse behind the radio.

thank you, please let me know if you think of another possibility.
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Re: Radio and Display stopped working after changing battery

My friend recently had her battery replaced after it died and is having similar issues. The CD player won't eject, she can't switch to AM or FM radio, and the A/C and venting buttons don't light up. I've read a few threads on here (including this one) mentioning similar issues, but no solutions. I've also heard mention of a fuse behind the radio/HU, but haven't heard of any confirmation that one exists. Has anyone figured out the cause of these problems or am I on my own to figure it out?
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