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I highly doubt the radio is to blame. Also you should never increase the fuse amperage unless you increase the wire size. The fuse is designed to fail before the wire does in the event of a short. With a higher amp fuse the wire could heat up and burn the insulation off before the fuse can fail.
Being that it will not crank, we need to start there first. Open the file below.
When trying to start, are there 2 pins at the removed crank relay showing battery voltage?
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Okay the battery has voltage the amerage is around 12 so I dont think its the battery
Let me know when you can complete the steps mentioned.