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Re: Radio LCD readout
The LCD is back-lighted by a tiny bulb inside the radio chassis, pull the radio out, remove the sheet metal top cover, you will see a small twist in/out bulb socket at the rear of the radio display screen, remove it, take the bulb to a good full service parts store like NAPA or the dealer, the bulb is about $2.
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Sometimes this happens. Because a fuse blew. For a radio, sometimes in the red wire going to the radio is a black cylindrical fuse holder. Check for that. Or even in the fuse box is a separate fuse for the radio. Just check if the radio gets the 12 volt. If it is getting the power, there could be something defect in the radio. But that would be more difficult to pinpoint, without having the radio on my desk.
cud hav computer or module issues--a readout scan shud b done-it shows voltages that a tech can decyfer------try using anothr key-chip cud b worn---------or disconnect batt a few --------or pull plug on computer and clean it-pins get dirty-----may reboot to normal--------go to a private shop for scan-not a dealer
I have a mazda 6 also I dont have a manual for it but I believe it is a safety feature as we get in and turn cd's up loud and I believe it is so that as we sllow down it fades so we can hear sirens etc around us. Mine fades down when I drop below 40km and gets louder agian when I get back up to 60km.
It may be the speed volume is enabled on your radio, does it fade out when you start to come to a stop? Some vehicles have a speed volume setting in their radios in which the radio raises and lowers the volume during driving conditions, like when your comming to a stop, the volume will automatically lower and during faster driving speeds will rise to a higher volume.