Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
The radio comes out from the front. Remove the trim bezel first, (use a small flat tip screwdriver and pop off the plastic around the stereo) then you will have access to the phillips screws that hold the radio in place. Once those are removed, you can pull the radio forward to get to the back of your unit and remove the rest of the plugged in electrical connections
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
Something in the radio unit has shorted. When you change functions on the head unit (from radio to CD or vice versa), current is shifted to different circuitry inside. My bet is one of the op-amp chips has failed and is putting the radio into an overcurrent state, effectively shutting it down. With the number of people that put aftermarket radios in their cars, you can probably find one very inexpensively on eBay or Craigslist. Or, you could get a nicer aftermarket unit to replace it. A factory stereo is typically inferior to an aftermarket unit, so paying to repair it is likely not worth it - replacing it with another factory deck is cheap. Replacing it with an aftermarket unit is better.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Try this, put the key in the ignition and let it be on the first
turn right marked "ACC" or you can turn off the stereo and you will notice that
only the Digital Clock screen will show. Turn the Volume/Audio/Sel knob and press
on the "DISP" button simultaneously for about 4 seconds then release the "DISP"
button. The digital clock will start blinking, and then use the Tune/Seek
arrows pointing up and down to change the time. If the hour digit is blinking change
the hour and after you have changed it press "DISP" then the minute digit will
start to blink change it using the arrows, when you are done press "DISP" again
or leave the clock for between 4 to 8 seconds the clock will start working
I hope this works for you.
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