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yes ,but for the money it will cost for an oem style radio and the separate changer(oem) you can buy a good in dash cd player and the mount kit and wire kit and have money left- all connections will be simple- just follow instructions on packages
this is a major concern with all new OEM stereos the only real answer is to see the dealer I know at our dealership the service manager will provide the code for free just to enter the customers name into the database
The red button may be the culprit. Try pressing the red button several times to turn the radio on. If that doesn't work, then try the cd. If that doesn't work, then you might have to buy a new radio for it.
One can choose an aftermarket radio and have it installed at a place like Best Buy.
Or, you can compare the price of the former with the price of an OEM radio. The OEM radio is probably very expensive.
its in the radio itself. either replace the unit with an aftermarket radio(such as one from bestbuy) or from the dealer(however the dealer unit will probably run about $1500-2000. you can get a real nice one for about $300-400 and installed.
Buy a new radio. I know its not a joke, im serious, if your running the stock radio its time for a new one, dodge builds cars, not radios. Go to bestbuy spend 100 bucks have them install it, its the easy way.
THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A RADIO PROBLEM. IT MAY BE WORTH YOUR TIME TO HAVE A DODGE DEALER CHECK THE RADIO TO SEE IF INDEED THE RADIO IS BAD, BUT THEN YOU HAVE THE OPTION TO REPLACE THE OEM RADIO WITH A NICE AFTERMARKET RADIO. THESE HAVE COME DOWN IN PRICE DRASTICALLY AND ARE PROBABLY CHEAPER THAN REPLACING THE OEM RADIO. WITH NO SIGNAL OR STATIC ON THE AM BAND SURE SOUNDS LIKE THE AM BAND IS DEAD. IF I CAN HELP MORE REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217