Question about 1999 Chevrolet Suburban
I answered your other post, didn't know which one was the latest so I answered them both.
If the radio powers up, it's not a fuse problem. At least not with the radio itself. The door locks are most likely unrelated. We can address them separately. One thing at a time though.
My first suggestion would be to check for an engaged mute option. If that isn't it, my 2nd choice is the box that you mentioned, that the radio connects to. That is what is drawing my attention.
However I need to know more.
A bit of Question and Answer is needed to help you out. Just comment me back with the answers. OK?
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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