No Power to the Fuse Panel: Not Getting any Power to the Not getting any power to the fuse panel. It is the box inside the car. I think its a 3.U. Reply 1: The fuses inside are fed, in groups, from the No power to half my fuses. Car was crunk electrical syste.. Q: I have a 03 Ford Expedition 4.6 liter engine with FWD. Had to change out the fuse box. Now I'm not getting power to half of the fuses. plus my check charging system light is on. Battery & Alternator is good. please.. No power to fuses under dash | EricTheCarGuy OK you’re not getting power to the fuse box we get it. But you’re going to have to track that back to the battery. You might also check the underhood fuses, you might have blown a main fuse. There could also be a problem with the fuse box itself. I see this from time to time if it gets damaged by water. The corrosion damages the fuse box. What would cause half of your fuse panel to have no power A surge of power to a fuse would cause it to blow. They are located in the fuse panel. Why would there not be power to the radio in a 1992 Plymouth Duster if the fuse is good? Fuse not getting power! | DSMtuners The radio fuse is located at the engine fuse box, It has a yellow plastic covering two fuses (that's the radio fuse). If there is power on the line, your best choice is to take the radio off, and look to see if the fuse that is located at the back of the radio is not blown, It is is blown, It will never work. Full power not getting to the fuse box | Team Camaro Tech Re: full power not getting to the fuse box If your horn relay is still there, it's the power junction that feeds the main fuse panel. It's bolted to your radiator core support on the left side. You should see the 10 AWG power wires screwed to the bus bar on it.