Question about Car Audio & Video
Check your fuses. If that is not the issue, then I would recommend that you remove the radio, and see if there is an in-line fuse, or a fusible link that has blown. If that is not the issue, then the unit may be fried and in need of replacing.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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