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Re: radio powers on but no sound
It takes some time but you can remove parts of the dash. you will mostly likely need a torx bit. this will allow you to gain access. just be patient and take your time so you don't damage the dash parts
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Most likely your antennae cord has jiggled loose from the the jack on the back of your radio. If it's not something you can see from underneath the dash, you'll have to pull the radio to be able to plug it back in. If you do have a view of your radio from underneath the dash, look for a loose wire (typically black, about the size of a coaxial cable, with a silver tip on the end.) There's a hole in the back of the radio where that needs to be reinserted.
I suggest you remove the AC blower motor from the air ducting and clean out the drain at the bottom of the blower motor housing, it will be full of leaves or a mouse has nested in there. The blower is under the dash on the passengers side, remove glove box and lower dash under panel to access the blower.
it is under the dash in the center of the dash.remove the heater hoses from underneath the vehicle,remove the sound insulaters from under the dash,remove the air duct,and remove heater core access panel screws, remove heater core straps,remove heater core.
K134 Multifunction relay is on the driver side, inside the dash above the driver's left ankle (area). (2) panels need to be removed below the steering column to access this area. The first is a panel that matches your dash. The second is a cardboard panel with foam padding on it that encompasses the arms holding the brake pedal and accelerator. You'll then need to lay on your back on the floor board, head in first. Look for a gray box about 3" square by 1 1/2" thick. Push it 'up' off of it's mounting bracket to release. Unplug the wiring harness. Plug in new relay and re-mount.
owned a 1997 BL w/ a cassette stuck in it. first the battery, then remove AC vent guides across dash.(they should pull out) you'll find a screw at the top of each air duct. after removing these, the dash panel should pop loose w/gentle prying. this should give you access to the radio. (make sure it isn't stolen) ;-} nopro/learnonthego
because the light on the radio come on with dash lights doesn't mean the radio is working,check fuse for radio,if its good,check for power at radio connection,if you have power there see if you can see a change in stations when you turn knob,if you do make sure all connectors are plugged in radio,now go to an easy access speaker and plug in a known good speaker
remove the center console. around the ash tray, the cig-lighter,the radio...the radio just slides out when you stick a small, little slot-head screw-driver in the little slots to release the clips. All the wires unhook and are easy to disconnect and reconnect.. There are screws in the back where the radio was ... remove all the plastic anchor screws and pull out the screws and the anchors...When all the socket screws are removed, take out the control assembly for the HVAC... pullback the entire center console...you will be able to reach up and remove the little plastic enclosed motor assembly that controlls the door...remove the three screws and you have the motor that operates the door...Hind-sight-My cost for the motor assembly was $65.00...I thought that was the solution to the problem...After you remove the assembly, CHECK THE DOOR OPERATION ...I attempted to operate the door and a cracking plastic sound resulted in a completly destroyed duct work area where the motor assembly attached...now I have to replace the door assembly in the duct area, way up there in the dash...I recommend makeing sure that the door operates.. and there is no obstruction causing the door to be stuck,...which caused the damage and breakage of the motor assembly. Before buying the replacement part.
Sounds like the speaker is blown - factory speakers are usually pretty cheaply made and not very high quality, so even normal listening volumes can destroy them - you don't have to crank the radio to blow them. If the speaker is on the rear deck, it may be accessible from inside the trunk - take a look there and see if it unbolts.