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Old 06-22-2004, 09:28 PM   #1
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What fuse does the power antenna run on????

i have been trying to figure htis out forever. i have pulled all my fuses, and cannot find it. so i am going to try to replace it even though i cannot see that it is messedup. which fuse is it?

could his also be thereason for my clokck and homelink not working either?
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I'm pretty sure the fuse is on the cable that connects to the headunit. You'll need to pull your dash out to get to it though
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****! i just replaced me head unit ;ast nighjt!
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the antenna is wierd. i have the bose setup and when i unplug the antenna from the HU it makes a clicking sound through the speakers and the antenna doesnt work. I think the stereo itself has the power for the antenna. There maybe a relay somewhere but as for fuses i dont think so. Is your antenna connected to your new HU?
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i found the fuse! everyone i asked has never been able to find it. it is below the the steering wheel. it is at the very top of the 3rd row from the door. i looks like it would be a spare fuse but it is not.

it also runs your clock and homelink.
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