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When this problem happened, were there any warning lights or other symptoms that occurred?
Gotcha, and I assume that the headrest monitors are connected directly to the stereo?
Great, thank you! If you have checked all the fuses in both fuse boxes already then the next most likely step would be to check the stereo itself. Many aftermarket stereo systems utilize an extra main fuse located directly on the back of the unit. It is usually very easy to locate once you pull out the head unit and is most likely directly beside the main connector on the back.
Yikes! That will make this a bit more difficult...do you have a multimeter or a test light that could be used to test the system's wiring?
In order to continue, I am afraid we will need to begin checking for the presence of power at several different places. In order to do this, you will need one of those tools. However, before you go out and buy one, I want to make sure that you have definitely double checked all the fuses under the hood and under the dash...
Give me a moment to check some of the fuses and see if there are any odd ball ones that could be suspect...
what engine do you have in your truck?
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Ok, the two fuses that are involved in radio operation are labeled "radio" and "info", both of them are 15 amp fuses and both are located in the underhood fuse box. I strongly suggest that you check all fuses, not just these two. I also suggest that you take another 15 amp fuse from something like a headlight or elsewhere to replace the radio fuse and try to eliminate it as a possibility.
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