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Electrical problem, Infinity radio ''code'', cannot find in records

Appears in my 1999 Eclypse Spider that the alternator may be going out. My wife said the radio would not turn on, I cannot find the code card with the car

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  • bookd42 Dec 16, 2008

    I found a four number code on the back of the radio. After putting the code in, the radio came on, but no sound!

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Well to test if ur alternator is going bad take off ur pos wire on battery and if it keeps running it's good if it stops it's ur alternator and for the code for radio is 1523 thats for if the car shut off or battery died and after u put the code in hit tape if u got any questions email me at gsxturbo1@yahoo.com

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Fig. Alternator wiring connector locations




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