There are multiple fuses that will affect the power to the radio. Check each individual fuse in the Jeep just to be sure - one fusebox behind the glovebox, and one under the hood in front of the battery.
The fuse box behind the glove box is "open." Open the glove now and remove it (slide the retaining strap out and lift the GB out.) The fuse box is mounted to the firewall behind th glove box amid has no cover.
i opened my glove box and remove "it" check inside i dont see any fuse or anything. i took pictures i will post it also so you guys could see and help me.
i have a 2010 jeep wrangler JK (unlimited rubicon)
im really frustrated already having no sounds for the past 3-4 months is killing me
My apologies there is a us box there In a tj, didn't realize you were working on a jk. If you have a test light or multimeter c yo contest for voltage at the radio wiring connector. With the jeep on you should have 2 pos 12 volt wires.