This 10A fuse is worth mentioning because it is prone to blowing out, judging by the number of times I've seen it posted on TT.net AND it's a bit hard to track down. I discovered it by pulling all my fuses one by one, starting with the kick panel down by the driver's left foot, where this fuse ain't.
The symptoms are that the stereo won't work, all the interior lights go out, the door chime stops ringing, and the car alarm doesn't work. The guilty fuse is under the hood, in the fuse box on the driver's side, near the front. In fact, the fuse IS labeled "THEFT ROOM L" but the first things peeps usually notice is that their sound system goes out, and that's what throws them off. I even pulled my stereo head unit before I found the guilty fuse. Anywho, if this saves someone an hour or two of hunting then I guess it's worth it :c)
Fuse box under the hood, near driver side front
When this next funky fuse burns out, the HICAS and ABS idiot lights on the dash are lit, and the power windows will not work. This fuse is located in the kick panel by the clutch. The 15 amp HICAS fuse (good hint) is in the bottom row, third fuse in from the rear of the box.
If the idiot lights on the dash for the HICAS, lights, and brakes are lit, replace the 10 amp Eng Cont fuse in the fuse box under the hood. If the Eng Cont fuse continues to blow when replaced, pull the 10 amp A/C fuse just below the Eng Cont fuse. Try the Eng Cont fuse again. If the Eng Cont fuse does not blow with the A/C fuse out, unplug the auxilliary fan in front of the radiator and plut the A/C fuse back in. If Eng Cont fuse still blows with the A/C fuse out, the possible cause is a bad "bulb out" relay. This relay is located on the back of the fuse panel inside the car, in the kick panel, next to the clutch.