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Cannot Reset 2004 Grand Cherokee Factory Radio

I recently replaced my radio with a factory radio. It is easily wired; however, now the radio will not turn on. The CD player works and the time is displayed when I push a button. Is there a reset button for the radio itself?

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  • gurkey4 Jan 23, 2009

    Tx!

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    no reset button, verify the wiring again, but i agree it is not the issue most likely. was this radio new? if used was it unlocked?

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    Thomas Medina Aug 09, 2012

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Double check fuses, in case one of the power wires touch something and blew a fuse. You'll have 2 power, one with & without key on.

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