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Ok, I was able to get the radio code to work, but now there is no volume coming out of the speakers. Is it possible that there is a blown fuse in the stock radio? Any suggestions on how I can get the volume/speakers to work?

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Check to see if your mute button is on. You may have to reset the radio, turn the radio off and disconnect the battery. This should reset the radio and you should not have to re enter the code, just make sure you have the radio off before you disconnect the battery. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.

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