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Important: The hazard warning switch includes the turn signal and hazard warning flashers.
Remove the center air deflector. Refer to Instrument Panel Center Air Outlet Deflector Replacement .
Squeeze the retainer on the backside of hazard warning and cruise control switch.
Pull the hazard warning and cruise control switch from the retainer in the instrument panel.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the hazard warning and cruise control switch.
Remove the hazard warning and cruise control switch from instrument panel.
Remove the hazard warning and cruise control switch bezel from the instrument panel trim pad by using a small flat-bladed tool to the release retainers.
Remove the radio. Refer to Radio Replacement in Entertainment.
Reach through the radio opening and push the retainers up towards the roof of the vehicle. When the retainers release, slide the instrument panel (I/P) center air outlet deflector out of the I/P opening
Remove the air outlet deflector
Remove the instrument panel accessory trim plate. Refer to Instrument Panel Accessory Trim Plate Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gauges, and Console.
Remove the bolts from the radio.
Pull the radio toward you.
Remove the front floor console trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Trim Plate Replacement .
Pull the instrument panel (IP) accessory trim plate away from the IP trim pad.
Disconnect the IP harness seat heater leads, if equipped.
Remove the seat heater switches from the IP accessory trim plate, if equipped.
Remove the IP accessory trim plate.
What is your G6 coupe or sedan or convertible ?
Radio Speaker Amplifier Replacement (Coupe and Sedan)
Remove the rear compartment trim panel. Refer to Rear Compartment Side Trim Replacement - Right Side.
If it isn't there you don't have one . Check connections at the radio ! Connections OK replace the radio .
Radio Speaker Amplifier Replacement (Convertible)
Remove the rear compartment trim panel. Refer to Rear Compartment Front Trim Panel Replacement.
Same thing happend to me, on a Taurus. There is a tiny light bulb inside the radio that shines behind the display panel. It was a real pain to get this out, and to replace it. I used a flashlight to shine on to the front of the display to "see" what station I was on, or etc.
To get this led panel to work on your radio, plan on pulling the radio out, and taking the top panel off. Once its off, just look directly behind the lcd panel, and there is a plug, it goes in like a healight bulb, just turn it 1/4 turn, and pull out. Take bulb to local radio shack, or automotive store, to match a replacement to. Good luck!
If it's the factory equiped stereo, you'll hafta remove the front interior panel to access the stereo mount. There may be a couple screws to loosen but mainly it's held on by some plastic studs that will snap off when you pull the panel out. (you'll need to pull pretty hard to get them to break off). after you've replaced/fixed the radio, you will need to obtain new mounting studs from Hyundai to reinstall the panel (most auto parts stores don't carry them).
Yours radio has a burnt fuse in back right side of it (10A). You must extract the radio box out from dash panel in order to replace this burnt fuse. You need two special radio keys extracting tools. For Chorus and Concert AUDI radios use T10057 radio release tool:
1. Switch off all electrical equipment.
2. Remove ignition key.
3. Insert two radio release tools T10057 into slots on radio (bottom front side) until they engage.
4. Pointed ends of grips must face outwards.
5. Grasp hold of grips on radio release tool T10057 and pull radio out of dash panel.
6. Release and unplug electrical connectors at radio.
7. Press release tabs on radio and remove radio release tool T10057.
8. Replace the burnt fuse (10A) with new one.
9. Plug in all connectors.
10. Slide radio carefully into dash panel and engage it in mounting frame.
Section 15-03: Speakers
1997 Villager Workshop Manual
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
All vehicle sound systems are equipped with radio speakers (18808) located at all four corners of the vehicle. The radio speakers are mounted in the RH front door (20124) and LH front door (20125), as well as behind the quarter trim panels (31012) in the rear of the vehicle. The Ford Super Sound Audio System has the addition of a subwoofer mounted in the RH quarter trim panel.
Radio Speakers, Front Door
Remove the front door trim panel (23942). Refer to Section 01-05 .
Trim Panel(s), Door
Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301) if equipped with power locks or power windows.
CAUTION: Use care when removing the front door inside handle escutcheon (22620). Failure to do so can result in damage to the component.
Carefully pry off the front door inside handle escutcheon by inserting a standard 1/4 inch screwdriver between the top rear portion of the front door inside handle escutcheon and the front door trim panel (23942).
Remove the three cover caps and front door trim panel screws.
Remove the one front door trim panel capped screw from the door pull handle.
If equipped with power windows, remove the door pull handle. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
Slide a flat-bladed tool behind each of the retainers and twist the tool to disengage the front door trim panel from the front door (20124).
Remove the front door trim panel.
Door Electrical Connections Removal and Installation
Refer to Section 01-11 for Power Window, Section 01-09 for Power Mirror, or Section 01-14B for Power Locks.
Remove the Front Door Trim Panel . Refer to the removal procedure in this section.
Remove the front door watershield by carefully detaching it from the adhesive.
The radio fuse is on the passenger side kick panel in the fuse cluster. Remove the panel by pulling on the access door. The fuse for the radio located on the top row closest to the front of the vehicle.
Light is burned out in radio. You can replace the front face of the radio from a good one with a good light and put on your radio and the radio will light up and work in your car. If you replace the whole radio you will need to have the radio unlocked.
Remove your radio. Locate a used radio at a wrecker. Put your car is accessory key postion and plug in the radio at the wreckers. if it lights up it is good. Remove the bottom panel on both radios and unplug the 2 wiring plugs that come from the front face. they are side by side. Unclip the front face and plug back into your radio. Replug it in and snap the bottom back on your radio. Plug back in and it will now light up your radio.
The whole procedure should not take more than 15 minutes and all you need is a 7mm socket and a flat screw driver.
If you are more daring you can also buy a cheap am/ fm only radio with a light and replace th circuit board of the back of that one to the circuit board on your radio and use your own front face again. It willl light up and all your items will function regardless of whether the doner board had cd or not. Time on this is 3o minutes and you need a small wrench to remove the screws in the board.
Good luck. I replace about 10 on these each week so the wreckers in my locations no longer have many low end radios avalialbe either. This is the lowest cost way on fixing this issue.
U most likely blew a fuse, replace it, if the fuse goes again check the wiring to the radio refer to this wiring chart for color difinitions of radio wiring.
1988 Ford F150 Truck Car Radio Wire Color Codes
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Green/Yellow Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black Car Radio Ground Wire: Red or Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/Red Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 6′ Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black/White Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Black/White Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 6′ x 9′ Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: Rear Corners Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Pink/Blue Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Blue Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Green/Orange