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fuse for radio?

my buddy has a 200x gto. he had some work done on his car and says the stock bose radio hasnt worked since, i am guessing either a fuse or a wire isnt attached. can anyone give me a link to see a wiring diagram? if the brand radio he claims he has is wrong its no biggie. i am just looking for ideas cause he hasnt been able to fix it for 2 years and a case of beer says i can fix it in under 24 hours after we get back from iraq in june.

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Does it turn on? The fuse for the radio is under the dash.
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they tell me it wont do anything. no on, off. nothing. I am guessing that they checked the standard fuse box and nothing else. If it isnt that then its a disconnected wire and thats no problem either. thank you for the diagram. It is very informative.
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Anytime, the radio is probly shot. Pull out the radio and with a multimeter check A7 and A2 on the connector for 12 volts. Also check to make sure it has good ground.



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