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Old 06-07-2007, 01:28 AM   #1
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Default Gauge install now radio/keyless entry not working

As the title sort of says:

Today I installed a pair of Prosport gauges (boost and egt) and an AEM UEGO into a clock location guage pod. The install went smooth enough but now that its done; the factory radio and (oddly) remote entry do not seem to work anymore.

The only thing that was done for the install itself was using the clock's wiring harness to tap ACC/illum and grounding instead of lower in the radio wiring harness. I've been told by other local subaru owners (who've done the same location for gauges) that it works fine.

Any thoughts? The only possible thing I can suspect is having used the wiring for the clock; but it seems odd it would affect the radio and the keyless entry.
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Old 06-07-2007, 12:18 PM   #2
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It sounds like you either blew a fuse or pulled a power connection loose under the dash somewhere going to those areas.
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Old 06-07-2007, 12:29 PM   #3
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hmm, checked the fuse...guess I'll play with a power/line tester now.
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Did you check the fuses under the hood also?
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Correction:bump lol same thing just happened to me radio is not working, fuses seem ok, and just found out after reading this keyless entry not working

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I had exactly the same thing happen after installing gauges a week ago. It is a blown fuse. You have to replace the fuse in the fuse box UNDER the hood. Its 20A yellow fuse thats been burnt, however, you should have a spare one on the plastic fuse cover that you took off. Took 1 minute to replace it and everything is working perfectely fine. Next time, you have to remember to disconnect the battery before doing electrical work on the car.
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I had exactly the same thing happen after installing gauges a week ago. It is a blown fuse. You have to replace the fuse in the fuse box UNDER the hood. Its 20A yellow fuse thats been burnt, however, you should have a spare one on the plastic fuse cover that you took off. Took 1 minute to replace it and everything is working perfectely fine. Next time, you have to remember to disconnect the battery before doing electrical work on the car.
Maybe 02s are different. Fuse 2 under the hood is 15A stock. Fuse 9 behind the cup on the bottom part of the dash is also 15A.

I have a 20A under the hood in #2 now though. I don't even want to deal with a blown fuse on every start up.
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