Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban
The sound started going in and out and then went silent .radio still has power and station information just no sound.
Does your stereo have a manual volume adjustment knob? If so, then try twiddling it quickly from side to side. If this helps, then it could be a poor volume control issue. Try having this professionally cleaned or repaired. If not this issue, then also try removing the stereo and checking the wire connections on the back of it to the speakers. I'm assuming that all the speakers are failing to project sound when the fault occurs, so we are talking power issue here. The fault is most likely part of the stereo head unit.
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