What is wrong if a car stereo and radio and car charger were working when you left the car but when you came back it wouldn't turn on?
If the charger was hooked up backwards, it would have drained the battery. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info
So I have a 04 tacoma and one night i plugged my car charger into my ciggarette lighter and the stereo stopped working. The lights for the ashtray and the lights that illuminate the temp control knobs still work just not the CD player/radio... I had a CD in the radio and was able to press eject and it came right out... Did I short a circuit? Is the stereo dead? Can I fix it…
2000 Chevy Malibu CD player stopped working and the lights on the stereo are going out 1 by 1 is this the fuse or something else?
You need to be more specific. Is it a hand-held radio, car radio, stereo radio, etc? What do you mean by "not working?" - Doesn't turn on? Doesn't pick up stations? Re-ask with more information. There are hundreds of things that can go wrong. Using the information given in the question, the only possible answer is: Because it's broke.
I had broken out the fuse on my cigarrette lighter as well as the radio. I found the cigarette lighter fuse labeled "ACC" under the panel on the drivers side. I replaced it and now my radio still doesn't work, but the charger does. ......... So I answered half of your question, anyone know what I should do about the radio?
The radio quit working and all the cigarette lighters quit working after your wife used a cell phone charger in the front cigarette lighter What is the cause?
Why is there no sound from your 1991 Chrysler New Yorker stereo The radio lights up and changes station but no sound Radio and stereo fuses are fine What is the problem?
If it has the original Eurovox stereo, any Holden dealer can get that info for you if you give them your VIN. Note that if you got the radio out of another VT you need the VIN of the car the radio came from. Failing this you need to get the radio out of the car and give a dealer the VIN and serial number of the radio. Then they can get the pin for…
Assuming you are referring to the stock stereo, you gently pry the plastic "ring" that is around the stereo off. Two clips are located on either side of radio and need to be released by pressing them inward. They can be stiff and at times both need to be pressed at same time. Stereo will slide out. Unplug all plugs from rear of radio including antenna.