Question about 2003 Chevrolet Impala
Try to mess with the fade and balance. It's possible you have one or two bad speakers and the radio only has the bad ones getting power.
If you have a remote or can borrow a remote (or have steering wheel controls) try to change the volume with it. Your volume button could be bad on the radio.
Something else you may want to try; first make sure you have your unlock code for the radio! Then remove your radio from the dash. This will take some time but be patient you don't want to break anything. Once out unplug all the wires and wait about 10 min's. This will sometimes reset the radio but if this works it will most likely go back out in due time. This will give you time to get a new radio.
You could try to pull the fuses to the radio instead just make sure you get them all or disconnect the battery for a while. These two may not do anything sense some pcm or ecu have their own battery back up and the radio will use it for it's memory if it can.
Another way to check the speakers is to do a oil lift reset. If I remember right; you can do the reset though the radio and it should chime over the speakers.
Most likely the channels have burnt out and you will need to replace the radio. Stay with an OEM shop ebay.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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