Question about Car Audio & Video
Started Jeep the other day and my radio was totally dead. Nothing lights up on the radio/clock display. Checked fuse marked amplifier per the owners manual, as there appears to not be a fuse labeled radio. Anyways that fuse had not blown, am I looking at the wrong fuse, because this seems like an issue with a blown fuse.
Yes there is fuse for radio also if this is after market radio on stereo is a fuse on baback by wires there is also fuse box in engine compartment there too is a fuse for radio i belive its a mini fuse check manual for numbered location pull out see if its blow //my jeeep did that too radio fuse was fine but iidecided to look under hood and boom there it was a blown mimi fuse replaced radio all back on
Posted on Jun 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not really sure with porsche radios but it sounds like the radio needs a code to make it work again, try calling a dealer and asking the service department. They should be able to give you a code..
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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