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If you have not taken battery out of the vehicle recently and the radio code has been inserted correctly ( if a code is required with this model), you may have an audio output IC fault , this may be caused also by a faulty speaker going short and cutting off the sound ( simple but some people miss the obvious check you don't have a mute button ?) if the speakers have shorted this would most likely cause the sound chip to blow if not internally protected. so check them anyway with a digital meter to make sure before replacing the radio if needed so as not to blow the new radio. Unfortunately this question rates up there with how long is a piece of string without inspection there could be a multitude of reasons good luck with it .
Bring to tranny shop or repair shop, have it scanned for trouble codes, many electrical parts and solonoids in those trannys, possible it may just be a shift solonoid bad or needs adjustment, much cheaper than replacing tranny. good luck!