I have the same problem as another with the radio just stopped working. I have checked the fuse and checked the wireconnection to the amp. No luck. I bought the car used and know theoriginal owner, he had no problem with the radio at all. For the first5 days I drove the car, the radio worked fine. Suddenly, I got in thecar and no radio. Any other suggestions/solutions?
9 times out of ten the AMP 1 blows. Just make certain you check the fuses. AMP 1 is under the drivers seat on the left side. There is another AMP (AMP 2) depending on the model. But AMP 2 is in the trunk and doesn't fail often. Disconnect the connector to the AMP 1. If you see the optical bus red light shining out the end of the orange cable then I am 99% sure it is the AMP 1.
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If your Trailblazer does not have rear seat audio, check the 15A RADIO FUSE in the I/P fuse panel. If your Trailblazer has rear seat audio, check 15A RADIO FUSE 41 and 10A HVAC B FUSE 36 in the rear fuse block. You may have to use a different adapter to get the radio to work.
The antenna relay is controlled by the radio. The 15A ACC fuse in the driver side J/B and the 15A DOME fuse in the engine room R/B control application of power. If the fuses are OK, the power loss could be occuring elsewhere.
if you look under your fuse box cover you will see which no fuse is for radio if not try checking all some time the is near the battery it should be 10amp red some time there is fuse back of radio good luck
When the fuse for the back lights pops, does the radio stop working? If yes, then you will need to check for a short-to-ground in the area of the radio where your husband hooked up the memory wire- possibly the insulation of the wire has rubbed through and is touching metal somewhere, or perhaps the electric tape he used to cover the splice has fallen off. If the radio still works with the back light fuse blown, then it is highly unlikely that the radio has anything to do with the matter. In past experience, I have seen a Ford pickup with a similar problem, and it turned out that one of the taillight bulbs was shorted internally. Very unusual, but happened nonetheless. Good Luck!!