Question about 2000 Mazda MPV
It is broken, and it is always cheaper to replace than to repair. find a used working one at a junkyard, eBay, or craiglist, and pay an auto stereo install shop to take out your old one and put in the replacement. you may have to drop by a dealer with proof of ownership to get them reset the anti-theft code.
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