So, last week I am doing the duty of taking the father-in-law 2ho is in town on a tour of Yellowstone for a few days and all of a sudden smoke starts pouring out from under the dash, the radio dies, and the clock goes out. I jump out, pop open the fuse boxes and pull a few out. The smoke dies down and no clock or radio. I get home and pop out the glove box, then I put the dome fuse back in and start the car to try and find my source of smoke. Turns out its coming out of the amp to the right of the glove box hole. I pull the fuse and remove the 3000 degree amp and after its cooled down, I open it and find circuitry fried. This is the only place I found evidence of burning. So... Is it the amp? or is there something else that caused my amp to take in too much power? The radio doesn't work - is there a fuse in the back of it or will it start working again if I replace the amp? Toyota alarm and remote door locks no longer work either... everything is stock... I would appreciate any help. Thanks!