Okay, that will help narrow it down. None of the auxiliary fuses send power to the radio.
The radio gets power from fuses number 8 and 9 and 10. Fuse number 8 is in the drivers side fuse box and fuses 9 and 10 are in the passenger side fuse box. There is also a relay (Aux. power socket relay) in the circuit that provides power to the navigation system and the aux power socket. If it was faulty you also lose the radio. It is in the passenger fuse box as well.
Do not rely on just looking at the fuse to tell if it is bad. It is very possible that a fuse that looks good is bad or that the socket it plugs into is faulty.
To be sure you have power use a test light to run the fuses. (the cheap incandescent type not the LED style) Just connect one end to a good ground and touch the tabs on top of the fuse with the key on. If there is power on both tabs the fuse is okay.
However, it may not be an issue on the power side, a bad ground would also shut down the radio. I included the wiring for both the Bose system (first two) and the base unit. They both use the same power feeds but the Bose unit has an additional ground.
To test those you can use the same test light hooked to a battery positive source and find the black wires that run from the radio and amplifiers and it should light if you touch them.
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Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 AT 2:05 AM