Question about Radio Communications
First check to see if the power cable wire is indeed working.make sure the fuse in the fuse holder isn't burnt . make sure there is power to where your wires are connected , fuse box or cigarette lighter plug .If there is power going to the radio then you need a volt ohm meter . You may have a burnt out reverse polarity diode . It is located where the power cord comes into the radio from the inside. It should be the only diode there but just in case check them to make sure it is a barrel shaped black diode. If it is burnt replace it and your radio should come on.
Posted on Apr 15, 2015
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