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there should be a fuse in back of radio also check your fuse panel see if one has blown cause not sure if radio in panel runs off cigarette lighter and interior light also, worth checking, also check wiring at back off radio maybe connector has come loose. Another thing charge the battery lol
there are two fuses for radio's one in main fuse box , lower dash drivers side , lid/cover should give list , 2nd fuse is at back of the radio so the radio will need removing, so check the fusebox first and if still not coming on if fuse is ok then check fuse behind radio
check your fuse box for a blown ac fuse, fuse box usually under dash, sometime under the hood of the car usually on drivers side. bad switch? check if you hot wire lead might be pinched and grounded out or broken wire between battery and switch
if you dont get even a pop or crack when turned on at first, check the radios memory on the read-out on the radio face and see if its on mute setting, and if this is not the case, there are 2 fuses,one controls memory power and the other controls audio output power, check both as if one fuse is out the other cant make the radio operate properly
A/C Compressors run on pressure. If your system is very low or not freon at all. the compressor will not run. Have your system checked for freon, have some put in and have it checked for possible leaks.