you should take out the fuse that controls the radio.
If your radio will not shut off when you turn off the car, there may be an issue with the wiring. If your car has the feature where your radio will not turn off until you open the door, that is normal. However, if you have an aftermarket radio, the wiring is most likely the cause.
If the clock is in the radio it shouldn't stay on it should go off when you shut the ignition off.... it could come on when you press the bottom left knob in on the radio the the clock appears for about a minute and then should shut off
Did it ever shut off?
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Possibly dirt, or dust in volume control.
A 1994 Honda Accord can shut off for a number of reasons. The most common are lack of fuel or air. If there is a vacuum leak the car will idle erratically and shut off. When a car runs to lean it may not be able to hold an idle.
Turn your radio off before you shut your car off.
because when a car is on to long it will shut off because it was on to long
when my car did this it was a blown fuse
Shut it off in drive, then put it in park.
Have your electrical wiring checked out, it is shorting out that causes the radio to shut off and the engine to stall. Start from the radio wiring.....Hope this will help..
Q.Your car starts then seconds later it shut off what wrong A. that must be some crappy car
Play the radio normally.To use CD,insert your disc and radio should shut off. If radio does not shut off,press CD button on the CD player. This is to assume you have factory CD. .....................................
I have a 05 Envoy XL Denali, and yes the radio will shut off when you open the door after the key is removed
Well basicly, Turn the car off automaticly
when the engine dies
Some cars are designed to do that; and the radio will shut off when you open the driver's side door, the lights will probably "time out" after 30 seconds after leaving the car. if radio is aftermarket the installer gave constant battery power to memory and power leads p.s yellow wire gets constant power for memory the red wire gets hooked to key on or accessory terminal on fuse box
With many cars now days, the fan may continue to run after the car is shut off, or they may even start and run for a while after the car is shut off. An engine will actually get hotter for a short time after being shut off. Sometimes that will trigger a sensor to turn on the cooling fan. If it continually runs after being shut off, it could be a faulty temperature sensor, or a faulty fan relay, or even a bad computer.
Which light? Is it the dome light? the headlights? the little annoying blinking one next to the radio? I might be able to help.
The radio is usually supplied power until you open one of the doors. Perhaps what you have is a bad door sensor? Try shutting off the car, and then opening the passenger door and see if it shuts the radio off. If that doesn't fix it, then whatever module the radio is connected to is probably bad.
Because you turned the key.
No it should'nt hurt it its just like turning the radio on and off its shut down by the time so there is no energy surge