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I have a shaker 1000 6/disc radio in my 08 mustang. when i go to put a cd in or remove one all in said is inilizing then error. we got another radio n its doing the same thing. its killing my battery in my car because when u shut the door it will come back on. we have pulled every fuse changed battery n ins nt helping. what can it be be?
Posted by Anonymous on
I removed shaker radio/cd, replaced it with a quality radio no cd changer. no more drained battery problems. mustang runs mighty fine, pop in the ipod or listen to satellite radio
Posted on Nov 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: battery goes dead overnight
its a short in the radio most likely you still have a factory warrenty so i would take it there and explain your problem to them they should be able to fix it..
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Thats because on the G6 your entire control center and brain of your car is ran through your radio. Without the fuse to your radio, there is no current getting to the controllers for the G6's quick click auto start feature. The G6 does not use a regular starter cylinoid like most cars older than 2004-2005. The controlling signal of starting your car when you click your key over for that split second is run through systems housed and integrated in the radio.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
i had sme prob remove the cd changer from dash disconect the wires plug them back in and that shoud fix it as for directions to removeing the changer the istructions are on the net.
Posted on May 07, 2009
The connection at the blower resistor on these model years had problems with poor connections.
The increased resistance on the terminals caused them to heat up and burn. Some would go open circuit and not work at all and some would short to ground and run all the time, like yours.
As you have already discovered, you will need to replace the pieces.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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