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If after jump starting a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE the radio does not work but the radio lights do and there is no option to input a security code is this a fuse or radio problem?

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2007-11-20 16:14:51
2007-11-20 16:14:51

Find out what fuse(s) are for your radio in a repair manual. Check them, if nothing is wrong, its probably a radio issue. Try disconnecting the positive battery cable, letting the car sit for about five minutes, and then connect it again. If a sensor or something was overloaded, it should reset itself. If that doesn't work than I'd get it checked out, because im clueless.

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