Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
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The radio in your 93 Jeep GC stops working you take it out unplug all the wires plug it back in and it works for a little then quits Do you know what you can do?

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2009-07-06 10:06:51
2009-07-06 10:06:51

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

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