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Radio fuses radio stop working because i try to charged radio memory from charger i hear sound at radio back and no more light in the radio

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Sounds like a short in a wire. check all wires to and frm radio

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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.

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Radio stop working


Check for a blown fuse in the power circuit to the radio.
If your radio is an aftermarket one, it may have been improperly installed and powered from the cigarette lighter circuit. If so, check the fuse for the cigarette lighter circuit.

It may be that a "fusible link" was blown open when you attached a defective cell phone charger (what you call a "memory charger?) If so, you will have to get professional help in finding the location of the fusible link, often buried within the car's wiring harness.

Mar 22, 2014 | 2005 Chrysler Town & Country

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Trip Panel Screen, radio and phone charger plug-in not working


it sounds like u have a blown fuse if u have an owners manuel look in the fuse section and find the fuse for ur radio pull it out and see if it is blown.

Feb 07, 2013 | 2005 Acura MDX

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2004 Acura RL, I put a phone charger in the cig lighter and the lighter and the radio has stopped worker. I checked all fuses and they are fine.


Applicable fuses:

Under-hood fuse relay box: 7.5A BACK-UP RADIO fuse 56, 20A INTERIOR LIGHTS fuse 67

Under-dash fuse relay box: 10A ACC RADIO fuse 4, 20A BOSE SYSTEM fuse 9

If all of these are fine, everything should be working

Sep 27, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2004 Nissan Quest. First, the speakers started popping off, then radio wouldn't work anymore. We pulled the fuse under the hood and reinserted it. When it sparks radio will come back on....


if you are having radio issues where you have to mess with the fuse to make it work i would say it is the culprit for the battery draw, a lot of radios trigger the eject when power is reconnected for the memory wire, that is not a problem with the radio.
try unplugging the radio and see if that fixes the battery draw.

Sep 27, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Cannot switch from defrost to A/C, does not blow cool air period and the A/C was charged. but not really sure if the A/C unit in the car is the right one or not.


I just fixed this same problem on my son's 96 Stratus this evening. The first thing you want to try is to pull the IOD fuse in the fuse box. The IOD fuse is the one in the #5 slot, that controls the interior lights and radio memory.
With the car off and the key out of the ignition,pull the IOD fuse. wait about a minute, then replace the fuse. Turn the ignition to the "On" position (but not all the way to start).
This clears the BCM faults, and causes the HVAC system to re-calibrate. You should hear a series of whirring sounds (other that the whirring of the fuel pump). Once these sounds stop, you should be able to switch from defrost to the other settings.
Hope this was helpful :-)

May 16, 2011 | 1996 Plymouth Breeze

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Radio does not turn on. the clock shows,the light


The memory wire of the radio,(the power for the clock and channel settings) is usually connected to the same circuit as the cigarette lighter. (there is a seperate fuse for radio) Check your cigarette lighter socket for damage or dirt, etc. could be causing the memory fuse to blow. Also check your cig lighter accesories (like cell phone chargers,etc.)

P.S. The backlight is also a seperate circuit (connected to interior light/parking light circuit)

Jul 21, 2009 | 2004 Saturn VUE

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My radio and clock stopped working after I tried plugging in my cellphone car charge. Can you help me. It's a toyota corolla 2005


sounds like you blew a fuse. Check lighter ,radio and interior light fuses, with a test light





Mar 30, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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