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Re: radio gets no power
If this is an aftermarket radio, it may have an in-line fuse in the wiring of the set.
If you know how to remove the radio from the dash, carefully pull it forward and watch behind it for the inevitable cable mess.
The in-line fuse holder will be ~ 2-21/2" long and ~ 1/2" in diameter and will split in the middle of its length by twisting the two halves.
It may also be accessible under the dashboard without removing the radio itself but look for the type of fuse holder described above.
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The door locks on my 1999 tahoe stopped working and I checked the fuse, which was fine. The problem turned out to be that the fuse for my cigarette lighter was bad and for some reason it also must be working in order for the door locks to work. Put in a new cigarette lighter fuse and the door locks worked again!
Bad news. Your CD player isn't any good. I work for Chevrolet and this is a very common problem. The magazine inside the radio (the part that holds the cd's) starts going crooked. I think some real tiny springs that hold it break, causing this problem. Only fix is to replace the radio. First try this. Go to the fuse box under the hood and remove the 'Radio' fuse for 1 minute. This may reset the radio. You may be able to eject any cd's stuck in the radio. May be cheaper to put in an after-market radio. Sorry.