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Re: check engine on
There is a special name for this, it automatically turns the volume down when road noise is quieter, its a thing that blaupunkt use a lot of the time, yes it gets quite annoying and im not sure if there is a way to turn it off, i know that there is a wire that leads to the back of the head unit that you may be able to disconnect to stop it
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Check all your fuses under the dash and under the hood, replace any blown fuses you find. Sometime the car makers put 2 or 3 fuses in different locations for the same unit. If everything seems ok, then I'd say when you used jumper cables, if the radio was powered on at the time you may have blown the amplifier and it would be time to replace the radio.
the convenienc module is probly fried-its a sort of semicomputer that controls accesories etc---go to a private mechanic and ask if he has xperienc in this area--may b able to get one in a salvage yard-but new or used they need flashing to work w the main computer--napa store can help u
There is nothing wrong with your radio. Your Elantra radio automatically changes the volume for you. When you slow down and stop, it lowers the volume, then the volume goes back up when you accelerate.
Check the dealer and see if your radio automatically adjust to your speed. Some radios were built to raise the volume when driving at higher speeds and when you get in slow traffic or when you stop it would automatically adjust down the volume. You can also go to a Radio Shack and get a spray cleaner for electrical parts and pull the volume knob off of your radio and spray the volume control and turn it rapidly to remove any hidden dirt on that volume control.
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.