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the radio has to be replaced or sent out to get fixed. there is no easy fix to this problem.the knob is shot. (sometimes you can get the vol to move if you wiggle and push and play with the knob)You are better off replacing the radio with a nice aftermarket one.
it will read burnt cds, the only thing is that it will not play .mp3 format songs, if you can somehow change the format to something else it should work just fine. i had a friend who's car had the same problem and switching the file extension from .mp3 to something else like .mpeg or something else should work. the cd player in a 98 grand cherokee is older and does not have .mp3 play back on it so it cannot read .mp3 format files. that's the only reason it doesnot register. try different audi files out and it should work. give it a try. i hope that helps out some.
Obviously there is a heating problem with it. It seems that it is getting too hot and its shutting down before it overheats and catches fire. Pull the radio out of the dash and leave the wires connected. Are there any bare wires or ones not connected good? There may be a short between the wires thats not a significant enough connection to blow the fuse. Seperate the wires from each other and turn the radio back on. Let it play till the time that it usually shuts down. If its still doing it I would suggest smashing it with a hammer.