Question about 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Now you have to unplug the plug into the back of the radio .use a 12 volt test light and see if you have power to plug .if you do the radio is probely burned out. get one at auto wrecker or a after market one. if no power to plug you need to follow it back to where you find power say the right side of fuse then go forward with that colored wire or run a new wire from that side of fuse box and crimp it onto the wire at the plug.cut it back a inch or two attach new wire.
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