Question about 1998 Chevrolet Camaro
If this Problem Has Fallowed you Even After Switching Radio's, Try Installing a NEW GROUND WIRE for it First, See If It Cure's it. IF NOT DO the SAME for the POWER SUPPLY TO Radio, One at a Time as there Should Be 2. #1 A KEY ON Power Supply and #2 a CONSTANT Power for Memory. Its Obvious that there Is A Incomplete or OPEN Circuit UNTIL you "HIT the Dash" The OBJECTIVE in My Instructions are to Isolate the OPEN Circuit,
Worse Case , I Would REWIRE ALL POWER and GROUND wires TO the Radio, This in Not very Difficult to do. I Hope I have shed some LIGHT on your Problem and Leads you to a Permanent FIX.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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