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2001 Chevy Impala Radio - No Sound

After purchasing a used 2001 Chevy Impala, the radio stopped working after a few months. The display comes on so that I can see the radio stations and the CD player works but no sound comes out. No matter how loud I turn the volume up, there is silence. Once in a while, sound will come out and it will work fine for a day or two or even sometimes a month or two if, I am lucky.....but then it will stop out of no where. Any suggestions?

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Sound like you have loose connections. Start at the rear of the radio and inspect the connections. Then move to each speaker in turn and do the same. When you find any disconnected or loose connections make them good.

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