Question about Car Audio & Video
First check the common thing, is the radio sound turned to max.If yes then its internal problem.There is short in radio circuit or short in radio wires.The radio has to be removed out of the dash and its wires are to be checked.Most probably its loose wire or any wire is got pinched and cut.The wire which is for sound.---------- The loose or cut in wire can be checked by meter as well as visually.------- Just connect external wire to the wire which is got cut in between and check.At local car radio repair store they check radio wires with meter and continuity tester to locate the short in wire.-------- some times wiggling the radio wire harness wires solves the issue as the loose wires gets connected or comes in contact with its connecting wires.---- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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