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Power on, clock works, CD works, NO SOUND from the radio


Check the speaker wires maybe they have worked loose. And speakers themselves as they may blown. Do you have an amp if so check its fuse. Also check for inoperative interior lights, lighter, and horn. One of these circuits will power the radio's memory circuit. Some radio models will appear to work normally but have no sound if the memory fuse is blown. The clue is the clock will reset to 12:00 each time you turn on the ignition switch.

Feb 12, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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I just replaced my car battery in 2002 cadillac deville and my radio isn't working it is just displays the clock and it is blinking


then set the clock they do not auto reset when you change the battery ,and radios usually lose all the setting also

Aug 13, 2015 | Cadillac Cars & Trucks

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Fix keep alive memory 1991 olds


If your asking about the radio channels and radio clock, there is a wire that is always hot that has to be connected to the radio's always alive wire. If it is not hooked to the wire that is always hot, (like hooked to an ignition wire) then it will not be hot and every time the ignition is turned off, you will lose the clock time and channels memory. If you have a test light, check the wires at the radio (with the key off) and see which one is hot. If none are hot, then you have a blown fuse or wire broken.

Jun 07, 2014 | 1988 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

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Clock on radio loses memory


Do you loose the memory for the stations too ?
The memory is on a different circuit than the power for the radio, that fuse could be blown.

Jan 23, 2013 | 2006 Chevrolet Suburban

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My radio, car alarm, interior lights do not work on my 2006 subaru tribeca


The solution for the interior lights temp gauge etc. not working is the fuse under the hood as mentioned above.
As for the clock resetting, your battery is probably about to go. The tribeca turns off power to the vehicle if voltage drops below a certain level to save enough power to start back up. This causes the clock to lose memory.

Mar 30, 2012 | 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca

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Radio will not come on though clock shows when time button is pressed


Try spot F5. 20 amp in the fuse/relay box under the hood. There a map to location on the inside of the cover The clock is hooked up to recieve power so it does not lose time....

Jan 22, 2010 | 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Information senor panel, clock and radio reset itself, and/or the radio will not work at all


Could be a number of things.

  • Battery discharged or getting there.
  • Loose ground behind the radio unit itself

Jeeps do weird things when the battery is low. If your battery is 4-5 years old or more, its pretty much time to replace it, even if your engine starts normally.

Check the ground wire behind the radio unit. If its loose, it can cause the radio to shut off randomly and not work at certain times, also can cause the radio to lose memory.


Nov 23, 2009 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Got 1998 Honda Civic - both clock and radio lose memory when ignition is turned off any ideas why this is? Power to getting to both radio and clock but memory goes.


There should be a backup radio (clock) fuse (probably in your inside-the-car fuse box). Sounds like it might not be there, or it is blown. It is normally removed in order to clear trouble codes from the computer.
When you do that (remove it to clear trouble codes), the clock and the radio have to be reset, so it sounds like that fuse may be missing (the car will run without it).
Hope this helps you.

Nov 17, 2009 | 1998 Honda Civic

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Every time i turn my vehicle off i loose all my presets on my stereo


if this is not the original radio, then the wiring is wrong on your replacement. With the replacement radio, theres a wire that needs to be connected to Battery (+). this keeps presets and clock from losing memory

Jul 13, 2009 | 1993 Toyota Tercel

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