Question about 2004 Saab 9-3
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.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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