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have you checked the fuse for the radio inside the fuse box..? look in the owners manual it should tell you which one is for the radio. if you don't have a manual look inside the cover of the fuse box there will be a diagram show in which fuse is for you radio.. I hope this helps
on the door to your fuse panel is a list that corresponds to a numbered fuse slot just look it up in you owners manuel. it could be a list that says:
1. instrument panel
2. ciggerett lighter
15. power windows
then look at your fuse slots on the fuse panel and find the slot that say the number the list tells you is your radio.
Possible fuse is blown.Check the owners manual for location of fuse box,usually on drivers side under dash board.
Remove cover of fuse box and inside is a list and location of fuses.Remove fuse for radio and replace with a known to be good fuse, same type...meaning 2 amp 5 amp or whatever the radio fuse was.
there is a fuse box under the dash on the drivers side. it is very hard to reach. it is located above your left knee when you are seated in the drivers seat. lay on your back, look up under the dash, use flashlight. The lid for the fuse box has a diagram showing which fuse goes to the radio.
I had the same problem today and checked all the fuses that I thought
might be related to the ignition or radio. All of them looked fine, so
I finally went through and checked all of the fuses. The culprit ended
up being the 10 amp fuse in the interior fuse box. The owner's manual
lists this one as the "Room" fuse, which I guess might translate to "cabin." In any case, everything is working fine after I replaced the blown 10 amp fuse with the spare from the fuse box.
look in the owners manual or on the removable cover to the fuse box under the dash of your car, it should have a guide telling you which one is for the radio. This fuse may also be under the hood in a fuse box there, depending on your model.
If no guide is found there then look in your owners manual and it will guide you were to go.