Buttery change " no radio"

Asked by GuruQZ2GC Nov 12, 2019 at 05:47 PM about the 2014 Subaru Outback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I went to autozone to replace battery.  I think the employee
installed the battery backwards because the horn sounded
loudly and it blew the master fuse.  I spent over an hour
waiting for them to get another.  I noticed before leaving
that the radio didnt work. The tech and i spent the next hour
trying all the tricks to get it to work.  He disconnected
negative and reconnected, he also tried touching both leads
together but this didn't work. The last thing we tried was to
disco both leads and hit the horn and brake. This did not
work. Did i miss anything? None of the other fuses were
fried. I may have no choice in taking it to dealership.

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