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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your wires they might be touching steel around your car mostly look at your yellow and red wires those are the 1' that give it power and light to your radio also check your radio fuse in the back.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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First check the fuses, if the fuses seem to be fine then do the following steps.
Try doing everything you explained with the ignition key in the off position. If you can still do all of that with the ignition off, then you probably have a bad connection on the RED wire. If you can't do that stuff with the ignition off, then you may have a bad connection on the YELLOW wire. Also you might as well check the BLACK wire (ground).
If the fuses were good and all of the wires had a good connection you may want to use a tester to check and make sure the wires don't have a short somewhere.
If you checked everything and you still have the same problem, then my guess would be that something has went out internally on the stereo.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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