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Radio & heater don"t work

Radio & heater don"t work

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Well I just was looking at the problems people have with the same car i have and all I can say bout your heater and radio you going to have to put money in it your radio you may do yourself, 1. check your fuse box underneath your steering wheel towards the left very easy to pop off. the diagram list all your fuses. See is the one for the radio blown. 2. if its the factory radio you may is the clock still working? the built in amp may be out.as far as the heater i'm willing to bet you need to replace your heater core..... that's some money but any low rate mechanic can do it under an hour look to spend 150.250

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