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you have a couple of options first of all it may not be the jack it maybe the cable that you plug into it also most decks have an auxiliary input RCA style on the back you can plugin RCA to 3.5 millimeter adapter and use that as an input instead of replacing the faceplate
I was always afraid this might happen to me so I never removed the faceplate from the radio. This strategy worked fine for two years until two weeks ago. I didn't lock my car because of the freezing rain and somebody stole my faceplate and remote. Anyway I ordered a replacement radio from Amazon last week so I don't have rewire a new one. The replacement cost me $100. I don't really need the rest of the radio so make an offer, my email is email@example.com Regards, Chas
ok, there is a default button right next to the SRC button on the face of the radio. take a pen or small srew driver and point the little button (it looks like a hole) hold it for about 10 secs and it should reset. when ocer flashes on the screen, this means that one of your speakers is either trying to go bad or is bad. keep ur volume low if u have factory speakers