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Was it just replaced? No tuning is the antenna wire wasn't plugged in. It would get stations manually, but with static. Not lock by itself. No sound could be a bad replacement radio or an amp. Check the amp fuse first.
OK press power on,select tuner button for radio. then select band AM or FM. Then press tuning mode button until you see [manual] in the window. then press the tuning button [arrow left or arrow right buttons] until you get to your desired station.then press program / memory set. a memory number will flash [ say memory 1]. then press program/ memory /set button again to lock in the selection [memory 1] now this is the TRICKY PART. Once the selection is memorized go back to tuning mode Press the tuning mode button until you see manual and i think you can follow the above procedure. If you program AM stations first Then press the BAND button to get FM stations and go back to step one.
same this happned to me in my 2006 sentra. the volume for the radio is gone. i can tune, its just barely audible/ quiet. weirdly though it sounds perfect when playing CDs. i almost thought maybe it got switched in to mute mode or something. did you figure out your problem?
You can grade me on step one. 1.) Find the fuse panel inside the car and check the radio and cigarette lighter fuse(s). If your fuses are OK, then: 2.) Remove the radio from the dash to have it checked.
Knuckle needs to be removed and the center hub 'pressed out' using a hydraulic press (accepted procedure). You can avoid this by using an air hammer and disk cutting tool to remove the old stud, then trim the 'stop flange' on the new stud (1/4 moon cut) in order to install it.... however, you gotta know what you're doing so you don't compromise the integrity of the new stud.
there is a tube that runs along side the filler neck to the gas tank, this tube allows air to escape from the gas tank as you fill it, if it gets kinked or obstructed then you have a hard fill situation, pull the filler neck/vent assembly out and replace it.
under the hood of the car on the passenger side you will see a round motor sticking up.thats the blower motor there should be 3 screws holding it in place and one plug to unplug.you lift the old motor out and put the new one in in its place