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without a play its difficult to advise ,sorry about my inabillity to answer your question here but i would need my head under the bonnet and my greasy grimed diesel engine engine fingers having a good probe behind the dash ,i suspect a fuse blown in the fuse holder inside the car fuse box but it could also have blown a fuse in the power distribution box under the bonnet as well .The permanant 12v supply will have a different fuse to the 12v ignition switched feed .But i have very limited practical experiance with this american vehicle .
What you are describing is a failure of a main circuit. The first thing you should check is yo make sure that your battery is in good condition and that the cables are clean and tight. Let me know if yu find anything wrong there. Then there may be another main circuit problem. Check all of the fuses in your fuse block in the engine compartment. If any of these fuses are blown, it will usually cause several things to not work. If you find any fuses blown, DON'T REPLACE IT YET. Let me know WHICH fuse is blown and I can help you find out why it blew so you can get the problem fixed.
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. Make sure you check the engine compartment. Check for burnt wires, loose wires. Check for large oil spots on the engine and under the engine. If it has a lot, there may be a major oil leak. Listen for any noises the motor makes while at idle. Check to make sure all the fuses are there. Check the oil, transmission fluid, coolant fluid, and power steering fluid. Check the front and back axle. Ask to test drive it and ride it hard for a few miles. Check out the brakes, check all gears. Feel for any stalling or vibrations. Check all things such as lights, signals, air and heat, headlights, taillights, and brake lights. Check radio and wipers.
First check to see if the radio is coming on. Does the light work and can you change stations. If it appears that the radio is working visually, either your speaker plug in at the back of the radio for the speakers is loose, or you have an internal problem in the output section of the radio. However, first I would check my fuse panel & make sure that the fuse that powers the radio is good. Rick