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Check the driver side door as well as the passenger door and there should be a button on the inside were the hinges are located and when the doors are shut the doors push this button and it will shut off the radio if car is shut off and when opening the door this will let out this button turning the radio off...that's just one thing... there could be a short or wire touching a ground some where.... Hope this helps....
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
Find the fuse box and remove the radio fuse .it should either be numbered or named. and the fuse box is under the bonnet or under the dashboard.but check that the fuse you remove is ONLY for the radio and not other operations also.
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the key to position ONE (turn one position from where the key is inserted). The radio should be left on. Make sure the a/c blower is in the off position. There should be no dash lights on. It should reset somewhere between two to eight hours. After at least two hours it should read CODE again.
If you cut the power, or the battery goes dead it won't reset.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: blower stays on when car
If you pulled the 10 amp fuse in the I/P fuse block and the blower still worked than the the blower motor module is most likely the problem. It is fed by a 30 amp fus4e in the fuse block under the rear seat. That fuse is always hot and always supply power to the blower motor module. If you pull that fuse and the blower stops than it's pretty likely the blower module is the problem.
The blower module is located near the blower motor. It is usually held in place with 2 screws and will have four or five wires at the connector.
Posted on May 10, 2011
SOURCE: the car won't start; lights,
Check the starter and the starter relay or fuse. A client of mines car was doing the same thing, it ended up being two issues, the starter not working anymore, and a relay that was bad. If I am not mistaken everything should be labeled in the fuse box under the hood and will tell you where the fuse/ relay is for your vehicle
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
if you look under the dash to the left of the brake pedal... you should see your fuse panel... above the there should be a black or gray box w/ two sets of wires coming from it ... both sets of wires have inline fuses... try pulling out either of those fuses one at a time , ie. pull one fuse try to start the car if the alarm still goes off replace that fuse and try the other one... this should disable the alarm on your car.
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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