Question about 2002 Dodge Intrepid
This could be from any number of failures in the car, but most likely either control of the VCA chip that increases gain in the amp or the amp itself has gone on the blink.
you can try a hard power-cycle:
Slide the unit out of the dash and disconnect the power cable, wait a minute, and reconnect it. Power it up and see if this solved the problem.
If not, get a new head-unit. You might be able to find a local car-stereo store and get a new CD-player/radio installed. If you have the extended warranty still in effect, it may also be worth a shot to check with the dealership to see if they'll replace the unit for free.
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Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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