there is a small bulb inside the radio ,it is probably burned out
how to fix the light for the clock radio in a 2003 Pontiac grand am
I had a company called "Dealer Services" repair my display. It only cost $55 with shipping! Dealer Services 940-882-2158
The factory code for your 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix is 152 159. The unlock code for the radio is 0229.
whats the dealers code to un lock the radio
look for it
press the volume button
Have you installed an aftermarket radio or is the factory radio still installed? I had put in a aftermarket radio on my 04 Grand Prix and it does not keep date and time installed. That's because the factory radio holds that information for some reason I dont know hope that helps.
I don't believe you can display both the radio station and the clock at the same time. With the radio on push the "CLK" button, that will display the time and I believe when you change radio stations it will display the station # temporarily before returning to the clock display.
a picture of the radio would be helpful
I guess take radio out and buy a better and cheaper radio
You can find what your looking for at www.installdr.com
nope, just radio buttons if you have that option like i do.
Have a look on his site: http://www.corvetteradios.com/corvetteradios_013.htm
use this websitehttp://www.modifiedlife.com/1995-pontiac-grand-am-car-radio-stereo-audio-wiring-diagram/It helped me..
GOOD QUESTION! It did that in my Grand Am and now in my Pontiac Bonneville! It also will switch back to my presets after a few days. I hope somebody answers this question because it is weird.
the light in the display is probly burnt out. if you take the radio out you can take the top off it and the light is right at the display. you can take it out with a screwdriver. sometimes the light is just loose and will still work but if you need a new one you can get it at www.corvetteradios.com. hope that will help you out.
The Pontiac Grand Prix goes by the GM Factory Wire Harness Color Codes. http://www.installdr.com/harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf
slap it multipul times and then add 5001 volts of enery
You could request it call them and ask them if they could do that for now on you might change every radio stations!
No But you will lose your Chimes "not needed anyway"
No, Pontiac only offered a cassette player and AM/FM radio in 1988.
The radio display is usually tied to the dash board lights. As you raise or lower the illumination on the dash, the radio lights should change. During the day (with your headlights off), the radio display is at full brightness so it is easier to read in daylight.
Hello, I am working on this problem w/2002 GP. This is why I found your question. It is a digital display for clock/radio station display that fuctions but does not light up. Wiring diagrams are pointing me towards replacing the dash light switch module which feeds the radio. I am still investigating. Is my problem discrtiptive of yours? Bmac498@comcast.net