The car battery went dead and after it re-charged, I entered the code to activate the audio system. All buttons started to function properly (stations, treble, base, etc.) except the speakers produced no sound. The volume button seems to work but no sound is coming from the speakers. What can I do to fix this?
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Most likely if you have one it will be behind glove box.
You'll have to remove glove box and you'll see it.
Another way to check if you have ACC CABIN filter is to go to parts store and ask them to check by application.
Hope it helps.
This is a very complicated system.There is a system called a d2b ring-it is a fiber optioc loop consisting of your amp,phone(if installed),c.d. player(if installed) and the voice activation module as well as some tele aide systems in certain models. Your head unit wakes these components up during start up of the audio system with this fiber optic loop. If the head unit is not coded properly( I mean version coded not security coded) It will not wake up these components. If any of these components are damaged they will not return the wake up signal back to the head unit or to the next component-depending on it's postion in the loop. The first thing I would check is if any other components work(if you have them) obviously you will not get sound but you will get visual confirmation from your head unit. Next see if the fuse is blown on your amp.it should be located in the trunk behind the trunk liner(i beleive it is on your driver's side). Next find the fuse for your radio head unit in the fuse box and remove it.(make sure the key is off). Wait approx. 5 min. to drain the capacitor and reinstall fuse and put in your security code. If all these tasks fail to restore your sound take your car to a shop and have your command(audio system) version coded and scanned to make sure you do not have a faulty component. I hope I have been helpful.
There is a certain code that can be got from the dealer that you punch in on the stereo as long as you have the numbers off the radio itself, which means you have to take it out to get that or you may be able to give them the vin number ,hope this helps..