My cd changer is wired into my 1995 corvette fuse panel. It was like that when I bought it. It stopped working and I was checking fuses. Radio and rdo ignition fuse.I turned the key to acc to see if the changer would come on. Now I finished and when I tried to start the car it won't make a sound. The lights radio and fan come on and the gauge shows 12.8 volts but the starter doesn't make a sound when I turn the key. Does this have something to do with the theft system? The car was running fine earlier in the day.
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Owners manual . or someone could tell you .
Rear fuse box ,location under the back seat .
RDO/PH Fuse 11
Cellular Telephone Handset, Radio, Steering Column Fuse (2A)
RDO Fuse 17
Audio Amplifier, Radio
There are 2 fuses that run the stereo. One might be clearly marked as Radio, RDO or Stereo, the other fuse is for the Memory function, so check any fuse that would be run straight off the battery (mem, domelight, etc..)
Have you checked fuses and wiring to the componant, if it is an add on there may be an inline fuse to the changer itself located on the red wire on the back or from the fuse panel, so that it is double protected, one of the fuses may be burnt. If not most likely it is a wiring problem between the changer and the fuse panel.
Look in the back where the cd changer used to be if there are any loose wires make sure that they are not touching, If there arent any wires touching, Check the fuse box and see if the radio fuse has blown.