Replace the power wire . ADDITION>>>> If this is an Infinity Gold system, there are several chip resistors inside the radio that have overheated and melted the solder on one end of them, causing a cold solder joint, when you physically dissconnect the radio you are removing the memory voltage (and hence cutting current flow) through these resistors, allowing them to cool and reconnect, but when voltage is reapplied, current flows through them and they heat up, breaking the connection, or at least inducing a bad connection with extremely high resistance that is prenting the radio from functioning. A similar issue also causes the Infinity systems to lose their display. This is easily repaired by anyone familiar with surfacemount components and basic ELECTRONIC troubleshooting and repair skills
It could be a short in the fuse.
If the radio in a 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan quits working, it is likely a blown fuse. It could also be faulty wiring or a defective radio.
You have three options: -- Repair it. -- Replace it. -- Forget it.
You know your car has blown a fuse if whatever the fuse is for suddenly quits working. For example if your radio is playing and for no reason quits it may be a fuse has blown.
If you have a radio like most people it is using the electricity from your outlet. When you unplug it, you disconnect it from the electricity and it cannot function. Unless your radio uses unicorn tears to run. In which case you are probably better off asking your local wizard.
you can't do it yourself you have to get help from a pro
pull frame from around radio four screw located around radio open glovebox reach behind unplug power and radio ant pullout
pull the trim plate off and unbolt or unscrew the bracket for the radio slide it out and unplug it
Your radio operates on one fuse, so if your display wasn't working, but the radio still worked, your radio is fried. Replace it.
No. That is Tom Higgins, a radio voice over artist working out of Chicago. He does sound a little bit like Harry though.
the plastic around the radio pops off.. there is 3 bolt head screws that hold it in, remove them radio slies out. unplug and done.
You can replace the radio, on your 1996 Toyota, I removing the radio front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Unplug the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
* Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder * Remove the radio and mounting plate screws and lower the radio and unplug the electrical connector and antenna lead then push the radio out of the dashboard
remove the trim plate around the heater control radio assembly take the three screws out of radio to dash brackets slide radio out and unplug it
if the radio is not working in a 2007 Pontiac g6 sdn what is the problem
either unplug everything or leave it alone
You must remove the dash trim then remove the screws holding the radio in place then pull out the radio and unplug the wiring harness and antenna cable.
* Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder * Remove the mounting screws lower the radio unplug the electrical connector and antenna lead then pull the radio out of dashboard
take the radio knobs off and remove the two nuts behind them, reach under the dash and remove two nuts from radio mounts on side of radio, unplug wiring and antenna, pull radio out from back of dash
You must buy a Ford Factory Stereo Removal Tool. then pull the radio forward and unplug the wiring in the back.
remove dash srews then take dash off radio will be visable take out mounting srews then unplug plugs
under tha steering colum there is a metal bar and above it is a little silver box. remove both and unplug the wires from that box and those will attach to your wire harness for your new radio. just run them up through to where the new radio will go. the factory radio will stay and the new one will go where the tape deck is. just did all that to my 1990 silverado
Remove end caps with small flat screwdriver. They clip on top and bottom at each side of radio. Remove both torx screws. Slide radio out and unplug.
Unfortunately the code can not be retrieved from a working radio. If you can not find the code you have to get the serial number of the radio and call the dealer for the code.
My wife has an 05 and its the same dash. First, open the ash tray located on the bottom left side of the radio bezel, so you can fit a flat-head screwdriver in behind it. Then with the screwdriver pry up the bottom corner of the bezel right above the ashtray It should pop out a little bit. Then do the same to the other side of the bezel. Then, pry up the middle left, then the middle right, working up towards the top. After that you can pretty much give the bezel a little tug and it should pop all the way off. Unplug the wires on the back of it to get it completely out of your way. Then you will see four screws. Two on each side of the radio. Take those out. Then there will be two screws underneath the cubby holding it in place. Take those out and the whole radio will come out. Unplug all the wires from the back, unscrew it from the plastic cubby housing, and you're done.