Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
Does the radio come on and not play or no coming on at all?
There isn't a fuse behind the radio, I am showing a 20 amp fuse in the engine room fuse box labeled AMP, but I don't think that's the problem. You could check it.
Do you have a test light for checking power at the fuse or are you just looking at the fuses for visual confirmation they aren't blown?
A 12 volt automotive test light would be great. We want to make sure the fuses are actually getting power. Even though they are good it's possible the fusible link that supplies the power could have gotten blown. If all is good and there is power where there should be, then it's likely the radio itself, but this is the best method for testing all this.
If you can get a test light I can show you how to use it so we can see what is going on here.
Check the 30 amp fuse labeled IGN#1 in the fuse box under the hood. This could give you power on the radio fuse.