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The radio in my 2004 Mitsubishi Diamante does not work all the time if its off it has a high pitches wine ill turn it on and a big pop sound and no music but the next time i turn on my car the radio works it didnt have any sound for a long time we took it to a stero store and they said it sounds like the amp was blown so thats what we thought it was but since it works now part of the time im thinking its something else.

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Wiring problems due to corrosion on this radio's connectors. Have a shop disconnect all harnesses and use a dab of Deoxit on all interface surfaces...accordianman

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Did you fill the radiator with water or coolant?
The radiator requires 50% water and 50% antifreeze, specifically ethylene glycol or the modern equivalent.
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Now, let's fix the heating problem.
Your radiator is actually higher than the water pump of the car. Being higher, it will hold air if the cooling system is empty.
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Make sure all of your cables are working. You can do this by switching out the cables one at a time for ones you know are good.
Make sure no headphones are plugged into your receiver or the TV -this usually turns off your audio signal to any speakers.
Your TV remote may be equipped to control the volume output of the external audio out signal. Some TVs automatically turn off the internal speakers when you hookup or select an external audio output. turn up the volume on both (your TV and the Mitsubishi).
Does the Mitsubishi work on other sources (DVD, radio etc...)?
Remember to double check your cable connections -audio OUT from the TV to audio IN into the Mitsubishi. Reversed connections can damage your TV and amplifier electronics.
What model is your Insignia? Some are equipped with digital outputs which, if your receiver is so equipped as well, can send surround sound (home theatre) signals to your receiver. These can be orange-colored rca jacks or optical jacks. They do not send analog audio signals.
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