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Hi Ben3230, I have the same problem with my ipod nanno (2nd gen). If I connect the nanno up to the usb socket in the centre console of my 2010 Ford Focus, the tacks display on the screen but no sound. I purchased a 3.5mm jack and connected that from the ipod to the 3.5mm jack in the centre console (as well as the usb lead) and suddenly music. Hope that solves your problem.
A few things to try... Get another ipod and back up (using the menu button) to the first menu list you can,( should show the Music, Movies, ect list) and then do the same to your broken ipod. Follow the good ipod with the broken ipod and open a song. (just to clarify, you are using the good ipod to know what to press in the broken ipod because you can't see the screen). Now use your headphones to see if it is playing. If it works, your LCD is dead or depixelated. A screen replacement is necessary. You can find one on eBay for around $25 or someone to do it for you possibly on Craigslist.
If this doesn't work and it doesn't sync right to your computer then *********** board may be the culprite. Unfortunately this is the second most expensive part to replace. If you don't want to deal with it sell it on eBay/craigslist and put the money towards a new one.