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Old 09-10-2013, 09:42 PM
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No sound from radio

Is there a separate fuse for the amp in the stock radio? Radio comes on everything works just no sound coming out.
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not that I am aware of

upgrade time !!
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:53 PM
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Any ideal what would cause this ?
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Most likely a short somewhere, did you install speakers recently?
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Have you pulled the head unit lately? Could be something with the wiring harness.


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Starting with the simple things first...did someone press the Mute button? My 06 OEM unit has one.
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Old 09-25-2013, 09:58 AM
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No work done to radio or speakers, checked the mute button first. I have checked both radio fuses with ohm meter both good. I installed a new CTS system and the radio quit. Is one of the fuses for the ligthing and the other for the radio ? I believe the problem is in the fuse box.
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This happened to us in march, but it was my fault. After replacing the standpipes I put the second battery in backwards and hooked it up.

Fried the amplifier in the stock radio. I then bought a stock replacement from an online junkyard (mistake) and the volume knob and menu buttons don't work, but at least we have sound. I may try to take the amp. from the junkyard unit and replacing in my otherwise good unit.


It is upgrade time.
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