Radio Fuses on 2004 Honda Odyssey

Does the radio have an internal fuse? Or do I just check the fuse in fuse box...radion not working? : (

by in Lancaster, CA on February 04, 2009
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on February 04, 2009
Check the fuse #9 (15Amp) and fuse #11 (10Amp) in the passenger side fuse box.
COMMENT by on June 01, 2010
For an '04 Odyssey, does fuse #9 (passenger side fuse box) also re-enable power to the aux inputs?
ANSWER by on August 13, 2010
no the radio does not have a fuse if the fuse in the fuse box is good and the radio still dosent work then you may need a new stereo.
COMMENT by on August 16, 2010
aftermacket radio's have a little fuse ( most the time its a little blue one ) so id check that if not then check under the hood or under driver dash for radio fuse and replace it even if it looks good becuase it may have a little blow that is very hard to spot so just go ahead and replcae it.
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