Hi folks, A bit on the long side this one, but I'd be really grateful if you could spare a few minutes and read through it as I'm pretty stuck, it's a ridiculously trivial fault, and I've just got the freedom to drive around with some music whenever I feel, and I can't!!! I'm having a bit of a nightmare at the moment... I've got a little bit of a power issue at the moment... I noticed on Friday night that my Road Angel wasn't getting any power; it's hard-wired into an ISO adapter for my stereo. I didn't have my amps/speakers connected at the time, so I could only check the function of my stereo by observation of the eject-button on ignition... I noticed that didn't light either. Figuring I'd just somehow caused a simple electrical gremlin when I had to disconnect/reconnect the battery a few times on Friday, I decided the RA and stereo weren't essential at the time and thought no more of it... Anyway, I came to reconnecting my amps/speakers yesterday, everything's back in and I made certain to take great care (I don't plan on adjusting any of the audio kit again for a LONG time); and I'm as positive as I can be that all the power and signal wiring for my amps/speakers is fine. I decided I'd whip-out my head unit before reconnecting the battery and trying the stereo and RA again... Everything looked fine, I couldn't see anything disconnected or in a situation where it might be causing a short. Just for good measure I disconnected the ISO speaker-block from the back of the head unit (everything's on RCAs to amps now); and I removed the block that has connections to a line-in I have in the glove-box for iPods/MP3 players that are visiting the car, and the EQ calibration microphone. ...By this point I've got a good feeling, all the wiring in the car for audio hasn't been this well checked since I put it in... I reconnect the battery and turn on the ignition... ...I hear no "Raaaaaaaahd Aynjul!" and there's nothing doing on my stereo. I popped off the end of the dash, the Radio fuse looks fine (swapped it anyway with no effect), and I had a look at a few others (reason follows); and they looked OK. In the hope that there was some dodgy ground somewhere around the stereo, I decided to disconnect the HU and just see if the RA came to life... Nothing. So I'm at a bit of a loss for ideas really, I can't see that there's anything complicated at the cause of the problem, because things just stopped working all of a sudden. I was fettlin' on Friday, but I disconnected power and signal from, then removed my amps (no un-insulated power cables left flapping around or anything like that). I also cleared an airbag light; and I reset my service indicator (just reset channel 2 on the instrument cluster). There is one other issue I've noticed since Friday, again something I can't figure out (and why I was checking more fuses as mentioned earlier); My dome light is behaving rather strangely... If I get in the car, the light is on, but it stays on after I light-up the ignition (when as you know it should dim to off immediately), until I open and close the drivers door again. I started to think that this was maybe a dodgy door switch issue (as it's so common), but you can SLAM the door first time, and close it with a feather's touch the second time, and the result is the same. Also if I turn my headlights on, I don't get a warning, so the car does know the door is shut. It's just the dome-light is being stubborn for some reason. I don't know if it's the same gremlin causing stereo issues, but maybe? (I'll reconnect the laptop in a little while and check the door switch function by reading the measured value blocks for the central locking control unit, but I'm 99.9% sure I know the outcome of that test given my aforementioned observations...) PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE... <u>ANYTHING</u> you can think of that might help me figure this out would be greatly appreciated... Regards, Rob.