Question about 1997 Chevrolet Camaro
First, check all fuses and make sure that they are all good. And make sure when you put them back in that they are nice and snug in there ports. If this fails to make a difference, take your radio out and check the connections on that making sure no wires are bad and the ground must be good. If you have an aftermarket radio the ground may have been relocated for install reasons. Im almost certain that its a loose connection. If not you might be looking to replace or repair the BCM (body control module) I believe the radio and windows share the same circuit on the BCM and it is possible that solder points got hot and cracked slightly. I bet you will find the problem with the wires on the radio though. Contact me before you move on to anything other than checking wires and connections if you want. If this helps please rate answer accordingly. Thank you
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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