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Did you actually check the radio plug for power, or does the display just not illuminate? I ask because this radio has a little bulb inside that burns out that illuminates the clock, and radio station. You can confirm this by trying to use the radio normally, and trying to 'seek' a station. If you can get it to tune in, it is definitely the bulb. Another way is to shine a nice bright flashlight into the clock face. You should be able to see the stations and clock, that at least will tell you that the radio is working. - Hope this helps =)
One circuit is constant power to keep the clock and station pre-set memory maintained. The other is for the radio in general. If the clock works, pull both radio fuses and put them back in one at a time to see which one is constant power. If one of them is blown, you can usually see the wire inside it is burned with a gap. I don't believe there is a separate fuse for the CD player apart from the one for the radio. If the radio works but the CD player doesn't, I'm guessing it's an internal problem.
red is hot and black is ground never switch the two around , put them back the way they where and if your battery is going dead because of to much voltage drawn then you need to up the battery size and alternator .
you have a combined cb radio with a stereo built in? these are rare enough(and mostly gone by now) but I have worked withone before and remember it recieved fine but you could not transmit at all withit..most of these would not make a sound with the squelch turned way up (to block out white static) so try turning the squelch down and setting it for fm stations if it has those in it..most were all am radios..check all connections as well, oh and some had push buttons on them, make sure they are pushed in fully before release otherwise they wil be off station.. good luck
Check the fuses. If both low-beams went out at exact same time, it is probably the fuse (hopefully not a wiring short).
If they went out with a couple days or weeks of each other, it could just be the bulbs. They typically have very close lifespans and if they were installed at the same time, could burn out near the same time.
If the fuse is good, take the bulbs out. Look for a break in the filament.
Sometimes a fuse can break right at the base and you can't see it and sometimes a bulb can burn out without breaking the filament. If you can't see a break in either, start by replacing the fuse. (You can even take a same sized fuse out of a non-vital electronic (maybe radio, or power windows) and put it in the low beam spot.) If they work, there's the problem. Replace the missing fuse and your good. If not, then replace the bulbs.
just like any computer, unplugging it for 30 seconds or so may cause it to revert to initial settings.... if you take the battery terminal off you will reset everything and that is not necessary.... find the fuse for the radio and yank it.... see if it helps. IF NOT, probably a burned programming mode... hope you like that station....