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Infinity radio - display window not functioning

The display panel that sits in the upper part of the dash decided to go AWOL the other day. The radio and CD player all still work fine, but I don't have any information or clock now. =(

I've checked all fuses, and they seem to be in order. I'm very reluctant to go to the dealer...$$$. Anyone seen this problem and solution with their G3?

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  • ck21 Sep 07, 2008

    yes same porblem with my 96 dodge ram radio 5269432. led willnot work??

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    same problem happened with my 03 eclipse gs. i still haven't figured it out

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    Same car, same problem. CD works, radio works -- just no display.

    unclerobo@comcast.net

  • unclerobo Apr 12, 2009

    Same problem, same car. The display for clock, radio, cd does not work.

  • 03gtEclipse Apr 30, 2009

    Same problem 03 eclipse gt. It just happened today. All of a sudden while driving it just went off.

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On the 03 eclipse gs bought one saturday and the radio didn't do nothing there is two radio fuses on is in the dash on the drivers side the other one is under the hood there is and yellow plastic clip with two fuses in it. when you go to pull it up it stops cause of clips on the bottoms sides. the radio fuse is on the left the best way to get it out of the yellow clip is to use needle nose. the fuse under the hood controls the display for the clock and am/fm radio.

Posted on May 18, 2010

  • chucksrt4 Sep 19, 2010

    Check the yellow fuse holder under the hood inside the fuse box. There are two fuses in there. They control accesories such as that. You will need to use needle nose pliers to remove them. Hope this helps

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For ck21, you need to solder a resistor go to these sites depending on the resistor:
http://personal.palouse.net/andy/jeep.html
or http://www.carstereohelp.com, if you have the green resistor:

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Infinity radio - display window not functioning

inside the radio is a miniature bulb that back-lights the display, this is true of all radio's, in fact they all use the same tiny bulb, these do burn out from time to time, u will need to remove the radio/CD unit and then pull the top cover off, inside just behind the display u will find a small twist in socket that contains the bulb, u can buy this bulb at any full service auto part's store for about $2

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