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The radio/stereo pops or snaps, turns off then back on. Have to reset the time. I put a new fuse in it. The radio works again, could this be an electrical problem somewhere in the system?

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SOURCE: Electrical Problem- 2006 Trailblazer

I had a problem like yours and the dealer could not solve it. I went to a private electrician and took the main fuse box out and found that a soldering was broken. It soldered it again and the problem was gone. Check it and if this is also the solution for you, please publish it on FixYa.
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You must enter the the radio antitheft lock reset code, the code came with the car new in the owners paperwork. If you do no thave the code contact your local Honda dealer. We do not have thsese codes.

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