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Radio powers up but no sound

Radio functions seem to work but no sound from the speakers. Is there an inline fuse for the speakers I can check or is the problem in the radio?

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  • mdjdmr May 11, 2010

    Is the fuse closer to the radio? I removed the panels to check the speakers but I can't see the back of the radio,may have to pull radio from dash

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Start with main fuse panel, looking for a blown one, unlikely to be blown speakers unless you play real loud!!

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