Question about Car Audio & Video
Most likely the fuse for the radio is blown. If the radio is factory, check the interior fuse box (normally located on the lower drivers side of the dash) for any blown fuses. Normally the fuse that will blow will say something like "Radio", "Audio", "Interior", or "Cig" near them. If the radio is aftermarket, check the fuses noted above and also check for a blown fuse located on the rear of the radio (Usually next to, or on the main power harness).
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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