Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, I have a 2001 Chevy Impala and the stereo suddenly started acting strange. The stereo powers on but i don't get any audio. At first sign of trouble the audio would go in and out. Now there is completely no audio. I checked fuses and even replaced the Big fuse under the hood (60amp). I'm figuring maybe the audio plug behind the stereo came loose, but i don't know how to access the stereo's rear,its encased in the dashboard. Someone suggested to remove the top of the dash, but I'm not sure how that comes off. All i see are to screws located under the top of the dash near the speedometers window. Any help would be great appreciated.
Thank you so much for responding, its a cd player/radio/cassette player that was factory installed. The face plate does not come off.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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