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the speakers maybe blown out, there mite be a short in the system, the antenna maybe loose or have short in the connector, there a short in an electronic component in the radio, it also could be a grounding issue, when you hit a bump it looses it connection or the unit has short in the receiver and it cuts out the signal in the radio station, losing power some where, if i was you go to stereo shop or buy new radio, all the money you would spend looking or trying to repair would cost you a lot of money, troubleshooting, radio, speakers, wiring, shop supples, no warranty after wards,
if stock ? its not normal
if aftermarket , typical.
can be loose fuse.
or bad connections to the head or amp.
did you lose all sources?
CD/ AUX mp3, radio, am/am, all mode fail?
or just one, this is key to what bad.
if lamps go dead.
or just front or back speakers go dead.
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Car Stereo RadioWiring DiagramRadio Constant 12V+ Wire: Orange Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Class 2 Serial Data Radio Ground Wire: Black/White Radio Illumination Dimmer Wire: N/A Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: Pink Front Speakers Size: N/A Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green Rear Speakers Size: N/A Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Blue Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue
It could be one of a couple of problems. First check the speakers and see if the cone rubber has worn or fallen out. It will be very visible if it has( the most outer piece of the cone ). If this is the case you can just replcae the speakers and all should be good.
Secondly it may be a short, if one of the wires connecting to the speakers is touching steel anywhere, the stereo will short the output circuts and there will usually be no volume. Any good stereo has a protection circut, so it doesn't blow the out puts on the stereo up.
Im guessing its the first problem, those nissans have pretty budget speakers made of paper cone..
I hqave taken the time to look this up, please take a few seconds rate the solution, thanks. 1995 Honda Civic Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/White Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Red Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black Car Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Radio Power Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Radio Amplifier Turn On Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2′ Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Green Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Black Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Red/Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Black Rear Speakers Size: 6 1/2′ Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/White Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Brown/White
sounds like the cassette adapter has a bad channel, or didn't fully seat into place. Try removing and re inserting, to play the other side of the adapter if the wires will allow it. Then auto reverse the cassette deck to allow a different portion of the cassette head to be used for the signal. Those cassette adapters are poor quality, and put alot of time on the mech.