Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
03 Chevy Venture
The Passtime has no effect on the radio. All the Passtime does is inhibit the starter. You can take the Passtime out by cutting the blue wire and the purple wire (that come out of the Passtime box) now you will have a blue wire and a purple wire that go to the car. Strip the ends and connect the blue wire and the purple wire together. You can either disconnect or cut all the other wires that come out of the Passtime box. If you cut the wires make sure you tape the ends of the wires so that they don't touch any metal and short out, blowing a fuse.
As for the radio you might want to remove the radio to make sure that it is plugged in. I've seen alot of times when someone sells or trades in their car they take out their "COOL" stereo and since they cut the plug for the original radio off so they could wire in the "COOL" one, they just put the original one in the dash not plugged in. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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