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2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor Radio

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My radio in my Endeavor isn't working properly. I cannot use the preset station buttons at all, I cannot scan, however I can use the up seek arrow (not the down). I cannot push the tune button in to change the station, or to turn the bass, fading, etc either. Recently I replaced the battery, and now it only offers AM radio or I can listen to a CD as long as I don't skip to another song, if I do that it acts like the CD is skipping. I can eject the CD. Basically the only buttons that are working are -
Volume
Up seek arrow
Eject CD button

Would this be something that perhaps a fuse has blown? Any help would be great as I am not finanicially ready to have a specialist look at it and charge me an arm and a leg. Feel free to email me at - lshelly312@hotmail.com or here, thanks!!

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most cars you just tune the station you want, then hold the preset button (that you want the station at) in until it beeps .

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