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No sound No service on command service screen. Cd, radio nothing works. Anyone knows what resolves this problem?

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Yes a new radio ,one of the new generation with no CD just sd card and USB which cost about 35 euros .But you could try checking the fuses first No sound - 2_14_2012_7_16_27_pm.tif

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