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No audio,tuner is ok

After battery replacement my 2001 Sienna LE, my car radio is turning on but no sound.Any help is appreciated.

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  • erebooni Jun 02, 2009

    Sorry for confusion, it turns on and tuner is working, you can tune to any station you want to, but there is no sound. Thank you for you response anyway.

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Do you have to enter a code? they are normally in your car handbook. call the manufacturer and ask them? holden will give codes to there stereos? and some just don't want to work!

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