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Well, I fix the AC by unplugging it and plugging it back in but now the radio will not come on. I looked for fuses but the only fuse that states Radio is for a hands free option?? :3-smash: I unplugged the radio let it sit for a min and plugged it back in but nothing... Could this AC/Radio issue come from installing a new battery??
 

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I had this in my notes from a post I saw somewhere out here a while back:
With the key off, open the fuse panel in the trunk, unplug the 10 amp(red) fuse that is the most to the left of the car, leave it out for 10 seconds then put it back in, then start the car and see if all works again. Also there are two black "shunts" (black boxes) right by the red 10A fuse, pull those out, and put them back in as well (key off). The body module may have froze up to protect it from a voltage spike when you changed the battery out.

 

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Well...No. :(, Thanks for the post. I'm out cleaning it so if you think of anything else let me know. It's my birthday and the race car is mad at me... LOL
 
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