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No sound from the stereo

The display is working, all functions are working, checked fuses and diagnostics, not one peep from the speakers

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Make sure your "mute" button is not depressed. You might check the wiring harness to make sure the connectors are secured. Or you may have a bad amplifier.

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All 4 door speakers went out at same time


check the output section of your audio device, it is possible a fuse has blown behing the unit .... i.e . under the dashboard.
What I mean is that some vehicle stereo units have two inline fuses, one for the display and one for the output section. The display fuse might stay undamaged whilst the output section fuse has blown. This can lead to a unit seeming to be functioning correctly when one of the fuses needs changing.
The unit's internal fuses might also need to be checked itf the in line ones are intact.

Could be this is the matter as it is very unusual for all speakers to go out at the same time, particularly if the equipment is all factory original.

A straightforward if time consuming task, I would get an ICE tech to take a look at it.


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Nov 03, 2015 | 2009 Chevrolet HHR

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I was attempting to install a new stereo in my 2000 taurus. it requires to an adapter to put the new stereo in. i got the new adapter and stereo in *kinda* but decided i didnt really know what i was...


check your fuses first. You may have blown one.


Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Integrated control panel (ICP) physically damaged, misaligned, any control(s) inoperative
  • Digital audio compact disc player physically damaged, misaligned, any control(s) inoperative
  • Antenna or antenna cable physically damaged, misaligned connection(s)
  • Radio speakers, mounting/speaker cones physically damaged, misaligned
  • Radio ignition interference capacitors, radio frequency interference suppression bond misaligned (also check for cleanliness and metal-to-metal contact)
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuses F127 (5A), F117 (20A), F127 (5A).
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuse F227 (10A) F211 (15A), F216 (15A), F226 (10A) (wagon only)

  1. If the fault is not visually evident, proceed to diagnose the integrated control panel (ICP) by entering the ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode.
ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode
NOTE: To enter the ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode, the ICP must be ON and in radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
  1. Enter the diagnostic mode by pressing and holding preset buttons 3 and 6 simultaneously. This will suspend all radio functions, and display SP.
  1. Preset Button 1 = Audio internal/external SELF TEST. The display will flash SELF while gathering the diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), then stop flashing when complete. Press the TUNE UP button to display the DTCs if any exist. Record codes and refer to the following table:


ICP SELF-TEST CODES Code Description 0 No diagnostic trouble codes logged 1 No response from rear chassis unit (RCU) 2 No response from cassette player 3 - 4 No response from compact disc player 5 - 6 - 7 No response from remote climate control 8 - 9 Read Only Memory Verification failed
  1. Preset Button 2 = Displays the feature strap for code identification, refer to the following table.


Code Description 01 Base-Electronic Search Radio (ESR) with Manual Climate Control (MCC) 07 Electronic Search Radio with Cassette (ESC) with MCC 17 ESC with Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) 97 Not programmed default of ESC with EATC
  1. Preset Button 3 = ICP and RCU identification. This test identifies the software level of the ICP and RCU. The ICP is tested first, followed by the RCU. The display will have two sequences of three codes each. The first sequence is for the ICP, the second sequence is for the RCU. For code identification, refer to the following table:
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Item Part Number Description 1 - Product variant code 2 - Tape model 3 - CDR


SOFTWARE IDENTIFICATION CODES Product Type Code Description Product Variant Code Description 21 ICP 07
08
09
10
11
12 EATC with AM/FM, cassette player and CD changer
EATC with AM/FM and cassette player
Manual A/C with AM/FM and cassette player
Manual A/C with AM/FM
EATC with AM/FM and cassette player
EATC with AM/FM cassette player and CD changer 31 RCU 01
02
03 Analog
Digital
Midline 71 Remote climate control 01 LH drive 52 Compact disc/disc jockey 01
02
03
04 Sony® 10 disc
Sony® 6 disc
Clarion® 6 disc
FMS 6 disc

Sep 13, 2011 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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Since I purchased my 2009 dodge journey I have had an issue with my radio/cd player ... sporadically the volume goes out, if I turn it off, and on it comes right back on, but will only stay on for 20...


AUDIO Any diagnosis of the Audio system should begin with the use of the scan tool. For information on the use of the scan tool, refer to the appropriate Diagnostic Service information.
For complete circuit diagrams, refer to the appropriate wiring information.

AUDIO SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS

CONDITION

POSSIBLE CAUSES

CORRECTION

NO AUDIO AT ALL SPEAKERS - RADIO DISPLAY AND CONTROLS ARE OPERATIONAL 1. Amplifier fuse faulty, if equipped. 1. Check and replace fuses, if required. 2. Wiring to amplifier faulty, if equipped. 2. Verify radio on/off input to amplifier and verify battery and ground connections. Repair wiring as necessary. 3. Radio faulty. 3. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. 4. Amplifier faulty, if equipped. 4. Replace amplifier. NO AUDIO AT SOME SPEAKERS - RADIO DISPLAY AND CONTROLS ARE OPERATIONAL 1. Wiring faulty between amplifier and speaker. 1. Repair wiring as necessary. 2. Wiring faulty between radio and amplifier. 2. Refer to speaker diagnostics. Repair wiring as necessary. 3. Wiring faulty between radio and speaker. 3. Check wiring for open or short, repair wiring as necessary. 4. Speaker(s) faulty. 4. Refer to speaker diagnostics. 5. Amplifier faulty.
5. Replace amplifier. 6. Radio faulty. 6. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. POOR AUDIO AT ALL SPEAKERS - RADIO DISPLAY AND CONTROLS ARE OPERATIONAL 1. Power/ground wiring to amplifier open or shorted. 1. Repair wiring as necessary. 2. Power/ground wiring open or shorted. 2. Repair wiring as necessary. 3. Amplifier faulty. 3. Replace amplifier. 4. Radio faulty. 4. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. POOR AUDIO AT SOME SPEAKERS - RADIO DISPLAY AND CONTROLS ARE OPERATIONAL 1. Wiring faulty between amplifier and speaker. 1. Repair wiring as necessary. 2. Wiring faulty between radio and amplifier. 2. Refer to speaker diagnostics. Repair wiring as necessary. 3. Wiring faulty between radio and speaker. 3. Check wiring for open or short, repair wiring as necessary. 4. Speakers faulty. 4. Refer to speaker diagnostics. 5. Amplifier faulty. 5. Replace amplifier. 6. Radio faulty. 6. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. SOUND DISTORTION (VIBRATION FROM SPEAKER AREA, BUZZING - HUMMING) 1. Door trim panel loose or missing fasteners. 1. Inspect door trim panel and correct as necessary. Replace any missing fasteners. 2. Water shield loose or misaligned. 2. Inspect water shield and adjust as required. 3. Items placed in door trim panel map pockets vibrating or moving from side to side. 3. Remove items from door trim panel. Ensure that vibration is no longer present. NO RADIO DISPLAY - AUDIO AND CONTROLS ARE OPERATIONAL 1. Radio faulty. 1. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. NO RADIO DISPLAY - AUDIO AND CONTROLS ARE NOT OPERATIONAL 1. Fuse faulty. 1. Check radio fuse and Ignition-Off Draw (IOD) fuse in Junction Block (JB). Replace fuses, if required. 2. Radio connector faulty. 2. Check for loose or corroded radio connector. Repair, if required. POOR RADIO RECEPTION WITH KEY IN ACCESSORY OR IGNITION ON POSITION 1. Antenna faulty. 1. Replace the antenna. 2. Radio ground faulty. 2. Check for continuity between radio chassis and a known good ground. There should be continuity. Repair ground, if required. 3. Radio noise suppression faulty. 3. Repair or replace ground strap as necessary. 4. Radio faulty. 4. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual. 5. Faulty rear window defogger. 5. Verify that the rear defogger grid is functioning properly, repair as necessary (Refer to 08 - Electrical/Heated Glass - Diagnosis and Testing). NO COMPACT DISC OR DVD OPERATION 1. Faulty CD/DVD. 1. Insert known good CD/DVD and test operation. 2. Foreign material on CD/DVD. 2. Clean CD/DVD and test operation. 3. Condensation on CD/DVD or optics. 3. Allow temperature of vehicle interior to stabilize and test operation. 4. Faulty CD/DVD player. 4. Refer to appropriate Diagnostic Service Manual.

Nov 01, 2017 | 2009 Dodge Journey

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My Escape Radio, CD, and Aux input will not work. My temp gauge works, but all music controls do not, except for the load and eject buttons for the CD player. I replaced three fuses that according to my...


Which three fuse's did you replace ? You should check for B+ voltage on both side's of the fuse . Two little metal tabs on top of the fuse. Voltage on both , fuse is good .
Try radio self-diagnostic mode .
A fluctuating AC voltage audio signal is sent to the speakers directly from the audio unit to reproduce sound. The audio unit has a self-diagnostic mode that can be entered by pressing preset buttons 3 and 6 simultaneously.
Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Audio unit
  • Antenna or antenna cable
  • Speaker mounting/speaker cones
  • Radio ignition interference capacitor, radio frequency interference suppression bond, or radio receiver hood bonding strap
  • Smart junction box (SJB) fuse(s):
    • 7 (10A)
    • 12 (5A)
    • 16 (15A)
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse(s):
    • 7 (40A)
    • 15 (20A) (Hybrid)
    • 16 (25A)
    • 21 (40A)
    • 22 (40A) (Hybrid)
    • 23 (40A) (Hybrid)
  • Subwoofer amplifier
  • Circuitry
  • Audio unit

  1. If the concern is visually evident, GO to Symptom Chart .
  1. If the concern is not visually evident, proceed to the Speaker Walk-Around Test and the Audio Unit Self-Diagnostic Mode.

Speaker Walk-Around Test (Except Premium CD6)
NOTE: To enter the speaker walk-around test or audio unit self-diagnostic mode, the audio unit must be turned on and in the radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
  1. To enter the speaker walk-around test, simultaneously press the audio unit preset buttons 3 and 6.
  1. The speaker walk-around test stops at each speaker and applies sound to each speaker for about 1-2 seconds. Each speaker is tested and displayed on the audio unit in the following sequence: RF, LF, LR, RR and SUBWOOFER.
  1. To exit the speaker walk-around test, turn the ignition switch off, turn the audio unit off, or press preset button 1 for diagnostics (DIA).

Audio Unit Self-Diagnostic Mode (Except Premium CD6)
NOTE: To enter the speaker walk-around test or audio unit self-diagnostic mode, the audio unit must be turned on and in radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
  1. To enter the following tests, press the desired preset button while in the speaker walk-around test or while in the audio unit self-diagnostic mode.
  1. To exit the audio unit self-diagnostic mode, turn the ignition switch or the audio unit off.
  1. If the concern remains and the fault is not detected, GO to Symptom Chart to continue diagnostics.
  1. The self-diagnostic mode has 6 manual tests available:
    • Preset button 1 = ENTER DIAGNOSTICS. This test enters diagnostics from the speaker walk-around test. Metrics are available with SEL and ON buttons indicating time played in AM/FM, media, number of buttons pressed, etc.
    • Preset button 2 = EEPROM BLOCK STATUS. This test shows the validity of memory to calibrate the clock, and seek sensitivity.
    • Preset button 3 = EXIT DIAGNOSTICS.
    • Preset button 4 = Software configuration level. This test queries each radio system controller for its software configuration level.
    • Preset button 5 = DISPLAY TEST. This test lights all the display segments for five seconds and then turns all segments off.
    • Preset button 6 = RAM CONTENTS READOUT. To enter these tests, press preset button 1 while in the speaker walk-around test, then the desired preset button.
  1. To exit the self-diagnostic mode, turn the audio unit or the ignition switch off.
  1. If the concern remains and the fault is not detected, GO to Symptom Chart to continue diagnostics.

Oct 06, 2017 | 2008 Ford Escape

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Speakers have no sound coming from them.


There is not fuse for the speakers themselves. The speakers maybe blown out. I would take a speaker out and connect it to the home stereo and see if it works. I would check to see if the speakers are plugged in also.

May 01, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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I'm not getting any sound from my Subaru stereo. The display is lit up and the CD player shows it's reading the CD but no sound comes out of the speakers. The same thing is happening on the radio too. Is...


no way ...not a fuse ,could simply be the arness wire in back of the radio that is louss,or the amplificator in the radio that is shut ...no way of fixing that ,
have you cheked for muting button or some kind of bluethoot systhem ??

Oct 11, 2009 | 2005 Subaru Outback

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Stereo not working, and slidind doors either. need fuse diagram


Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Audio unit
  • Digital audio compact disc changer
  • Antenna and two-piece antenna cable or electric antenna
  • Radio speakers mounting/speaker cones
  • Capacitive suppression bond wire and radio receiver hood bonding strap
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
    • 6 (15A)
    • 2 (25A)
  • Ignition switch
  • Circuitry
  • Audio unit
  • Video system


Audio Unit Self-Diagnostic Mode
NOTE: To enter the speaker walk-around test or audio unit self-diagnostic mode, the audio unit must be turned on and in radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
  1. To enter the following tests, depress the desired preset button while in the speaker walk-around test or while in the audio unit self-diagnostic mode.
  1. To exit the audio unit self-diagnostic mode, turn the ignition switch or the audio unit off.
  1. If the concern remains and the fault is not detected, proceed to the Symptom Chart to continue diagnostics.
  1. The audio unit self-diagnostic mode has five tests available:
    • Preset button 1 = Audio internal/external SELF TEST. This test is an on-demand self-test. If SELF FAIL is displayed, press TUNE > to scroll view the DTCs stored. Refer to the audio unit Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index. If the system is OK, SELF PASS will be displayed.
    • Preset button 2 = View/clear continuous DTCs. NO DTCS is displayed if no DTCs are retrieved. If DTCS FOUND is displayed, press TUNE > to view the DTCs retrieved. Refer to the audio unit Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index. To clear all DTCs, press the EJECT button. DTCS CLEAR will be displayed.
    • Preset button 3 = SIGNAL TEST. This test measures the average strength at the current tuner setting.
    • NOTE: Always DOCUMENT, CLEAR and CARRY OUT the audio unit on-demand self-test again.
      Preset button 4 = Software configuration level. This test queries each audio unit system controller for its software configuration level. SOFT LEVELS will be displayed upon completion of the query. Press TUNE > to scroll view the software configuration version level.
    • Preset button 5 = DISPLAY TEST. This test will light all the audio unit display segments for five seconds. When the test is complete, DISPLAY TEST is displayed on the bezel.

May 25, 2009 | 2002 Ford Windstar Cargo

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The stereo in my 2001 mercedes slk 320 produce no


hello,good day,try to check your number 14, for your left and rigth speaker amplifier control module,also try to check the fuse in your amplifier,ty

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My stereo system for my 2005 Altima Nissan stopped working and wouldn't eject the CD. The CD has been removed but the CD player doesn't work and want take CD'S. The radio continues to work.

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