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This will be from rust in the chassis or someone has used your chassis number to re register a stolen vehicle . If that is the case report the matter to the local law agency or you may run into trouble later on
Hello!!! It has been awhile, so I do hope that you were able to get your remote working with the tv. If you have not, or are having any other troubles, here is something that will help you. Follow the link below, and you will find instructions for a power scan. the power scan scans the tv for all codes on the tv for the code that works with the remote. It sounds like a tedious process, but it is actually very quick, simple, and efficient.
there are vin ,vehicle parts id label,vehicle certification,engine,transmission,drive axle,transfer case,serpentine belt label,emissions hose routing label,vehicle emissions label,general info door label,veh label glove box,and vehicle info firewall tag ---chassis number??
you have more than likely a dead audio output ic gone faulty.look into radio on its back you will see the audio ic on the upper righthand side of radio.the heatsink is bolted onto the case with a plastic screw . its in a single inline package type.