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2008 jeep commander radio has power but no sound

The radio has power to it, but no sound. Could it possbily be a fuse to change?

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did u try loking if the connections are loose.

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SOURCE: Location of 2008 Jeep Commander fuse panel

Glad to help...sometimes even the book needs a bit of translation!!!

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 jeep commander rocky mountain no sound from radio

take it to the dealer. they will put a new radio in it if you have under 36000 miles

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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If I don't misteke, is the cavity 1 (MiniFuse 30 Amp "green") for Audio Amp with BRK.

Review the WK Owners Manual (page 393 for Fuses and Description)

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SOURCE: 2008 Jeep Commander with 5.8l Hemi problems with instrument panel

Have shop run an OHM test on your transmission sensors -- then have them replaced and rerun the OHM test. -- it's more than likely an input speed sensor that is not working properly and telling the jeep to go into "limp mode" hence your speed isn't changing but it can't read the actual speed.

Posted on Jun 22, 2010

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