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Hi, Sound like a wire has come loose behind the dashboard, requires taking the dashboard out very carefully & re-solder the cable back one there are lots of wires behind the dashboard so if you don't think you can do this take to a vehicle electrics place or person. Hope this helps give me feedback please. Thanks, Malcolm Campbell.
You can use a "Y" cable to combine the two RCA cables to the one out. You will need a 1 male to 2 male cable. That will solve the signal problem. Is the amp functioning properly. I would check that first. Make sure your wiring is correct. Hope this helps
The radio SERIALNUMBER is required for a code
Sometimes pressing buttons 6 & 1 together or 6 & 2will display your Serial Number Otherwise remove the radio from the dashboard and post the SERIAL NUMBER foundon a label on the casing
I am just taking a guess because I dont know what model this is. Your antenna wire could be loose in the back of unit, possibly when hitting buttons it knocked into place and now it has slipped out and needs to be proper put back in.
why not put a belson car radio that uses a sd chip card and a usb connection ,a 1gb sd card is about 30 cds so why mess about with the cd changer ,old technology ,would you put an 8track in it ?? or a mobile vinyl 45 record player
i supose the am fm radio just dosnt cut it anymore well lets give this a try . first u must disconnect positive battery cable so you dont short any wires . remove screws that hold in factory radio pull radio out a feww inches as no to rip out any wires.next you must locate positive 12 volt power supply wire usually red or orange .if not shure connect battry cable again and use a 12 volt test light by attaching the ground cable on the test light to a good clean metal bracket under dashboard or connect to a black groundwire with a screw into the steel under dash next probe the wires goin into the factory radio ur looking to find power 12 volts once you have found the correct power wire use tape and mark it this will be the power wire for your new stereo next u must figure out what wires for what speakers osually 2 wires per speaker 2 rear speakers and 2 front speakers meaning a total of 8 wires follw me so far ? now disconect car battry again so not to have sparks and cut or disconnect remaining wires speakers first label all with tape and mark front right front left rear left rear right there is a + and - the wire with the stripe on it is usually the + the other wire is the - being negitive ground . this operation is important in order for your fade ballance controlls to work properly now with your new cd player inhand look and see what wire is gonna be 12 volt most times its red with a fuse eg white plastic connector small fuse inside there it a must proper fuse to protect new cd player now there will be a black negative this will go to the matal ground area under dash close to where cd player goes into dash red to the orig taped 12 volt supply now ur spks one pos+ and one neg or common to each speaker now make all conections with stereo before you push stereo into dash you must hook up car battry leaving cd player hanging out so you can make wire changes if you wish on the speakers you need to use one pos front right or rear right + with one common or neg black - to the spkr the same common or ground or - whatever its called one common or neg can be used for all spkrs .good luck tape and solder all connections after you feel all is good im sorry this is all the help i can offer you be careful