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Why do i have to disconect car battery for car stereo to work again?

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2014-01-25 01:32:06
2014-01-25 01:32:06

You may have to disconnect and recharge your car battery for your car stereo to work again.

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You need to re-enter the code for your stereo which can be found in the manual that should have been supplied with your car

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Yes, IF the operating voltage of the stereo is the same as the battery output voltage of the vehicle.

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Disconect the negative cable on your battery and the but it back on, make sure all doors are closed and then press your auto lock key till you lock the car and the horn sounds and the open with your auto key again and that should work. I know it worked for me.

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It would be best to disconnect the battery but removing the fuse will also work as long as you are careful not to disrupt other hot wires while working in the dash.

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