I won't give the first answer that came to mind because it was quite sarcastic but it had something to do with "what in God's name your radio still working had to do with your car not starting." I'll assume that, because you mentioned your radio still working, you think it has something to do with the battery. So assuming that your car won't start because the battery is dead, the radio doesn't take much to run so even though the battery doesn't have enough of a charge to turn the starter over, it usually still has enough juice to run a stereo. By the way, I'm also assuming that you're referring to the battery because it's really the only thing I can think of that would have ANYTHING to do with both the radio and the car not starting. I'll make one more assumption and say that you must not have a lot of mechanical experience. I assume that because there ARE an innumerable number of reasons your car may not be starting even though your radio works. I will try to help though. First, if your car isn't turning over when you turn the key, it could be the battery. If it just clicks it's also the battery or possibly the starter solenoid. If it is a battery issue, it's either because the battery is old and just needs replaced or the alternator isn't working and therefore isn't charging the battery. OK, getting away from the battery, which I'd have no idea why you'd associate the car not starting with the radio still working if it wasn't a battery issue but I'll give you a few simple possibilities. You always try the cheap ones first. Like I said, these are ALL if the battery and alternator aren't the problem. First thing to check is to make sure it has gas. Don't just rely on the gauge because gauges fail. It's not likely, but just make sure it has gas in it. Next check the spark plugs, which requires another assumption and that is that this IS NOT a diesel engine. Along with the spark plugs, check the plug wires and make sure they are pushed all the way on. If the car hasn't had a tune-up in quite a long time, it could very well be the spark plugs. If all the wires are pushed all the way on, then remove the spark plugs and check to see if they are fouled (blacker than the rest or wet, which if they're wet then you are just flooding it while you try and start it). A combustion engine requires two things to start, fuel and spark. The two things I recommended, other than the battery are the easy things to check. If anything else is stopping it from getting fuel, like the carberater, or fuel pump or it isn't getting spark from something other than spark plugs, like the distributor, the coil, or timing belt, you need a mechanic to look at it. If none of the things you are able to check work and you can't bring it to a mechanic then just look at it this way, you have a musical paper weight.
Depends on how you are using it. You should start with even though. Or put even though in the middle
Even though I didn't want to, I started THIS sentence with 'even though'. Even though the judgment was, it stlll goes against one of the litigants.
dont worry it will be fine
Obviously if it will not start, there IS something wrong with it.
No. XM Radio is only available in the 48 contiguous United States. Even though it is offered via. Satellite it is still available in the United States. No. XM Radio is only available in the 48 contiguous United States. Even though it is offered via. Satellite it is still available in the United States.
Who, What, When, Where, Why (most include How even though it does not start with a W)
no You can even listen to the radio on earth. But there is no air to hear the music their though. (Sounds are passed through the air in sound waves)
on December first or even earlier like in November
get the proper charger that always works
Yes you can. You can still research the carbon even though the fossil is frozen.
It's a fuse, there is one for your lighter and one for your radio, even if its marked for both. Both of these (a lighter and radio) draw to much energy for one fuse at the same time.
Somebody please answer this i am also having a problem. if i wire the aftermarket radio it does not even power on. but if i put the stock radio back in it works. could this be a problem with the ground? Help!
you can give your dog pepto bismal. Even though its a human dug, it works on dogs as well.
Because the rest of his music is not main stream enough for the radio, even though he has way better songs than Black & Yellow
No because even if it is unlocked sprint works on a CDMA and AT&T works on a gsm signal it's like trying to use AM on FM radio only
Its really an imitation of cricket even though people hate to admit it.
The radio allowed for people such as FDR in his fireside chats to communicate to the public and make them feel part of the nation. Even though he didn't know them they felt as if they knew him.
Even though its not very popular i still love the name!I think it works for a boy or a girl!
Yes, it will work because it works on gas.and even though the power goes out it will.
i have a 95 Spirit and have the same problem. It is getting power to the radio (back lit, and tape player will rewind, but the clock display doesnt work, and the radio doesnt work (which sucks). Sometimes it will turn on when I start my car, but once the car is running, there is 0% chance of the radio coming on, even if I start banging around the radio. THis leads me to believe that is not a loose wire, but something in the ignition? Any input would be appreciated! I to had the same prob with the radio in a 90 Caravan which also carrys the same radio setup as the Dodge Spirit... its a short in the radio that aventually developes... theres nothing wrong with wiring... i took the radio setup out of my 92 Spirit (cause trans went out) and put it into the Caravan and still works fine, so its not a wiring prob... just a prob with the radio itself.
Because Marconi is infinatly more recognized, even though Tesla was the true inventor of radio.
NO there is a 3yr 36,000 mile warranty on it.
The fuel pump has failed.