check the wiring of the hot and ground make sure that there is no broken wires if no broken wires radio is no good. Chedk behind your radio in the wiring, the positive wire that leads to the fuses often carries its own fuse on the line. Check that fuse. While your under there, check that all connections are properly connected and undamaged.
check your fuses
on ground or no power,check fuses.
Check the fuses.
check the bulbs to see if there burnt and check your fuses
You have probably gotten a wire hooked up wrong and blown a fuse. Double check the instructions for the wiring, and then check all fuses.
check your fuses mine was the radio fuse so i had no radio either. for more info on bonnevilles check out pontiacbonnevilleclub.com you can learn lots and if this didn't answer your question they can help you find and fix the problem!!!
Check fuses and light bulbs
Check your fuses
check your fuses for both problems.
Check your fuses - they are operated separately
there should be a fuse labeled IOD check that fuse if there isn't one check all of the fuses.
check your fuses, or maybe your window motors are bad
check the fuses The curtesy fuse is probably blown
If the radio fuses have been changed on a 1997 Corolla and the radio still does not work, check to make sure the radio is not set to the CD or Tape player mode. It is also possible that the radio is not working because the speakers are not hooked up properly.
check the fuses in the fuse box first
Check fuses and high/low beam switch.
It looks like you have burned some fuses... You need to check both fuses boxes (in the engine compartment, and next to the driver in the cabin).
i believe that they all work off the same fuse. check the fuses first
When the radio in a vehicle stops working, it could be a blown fuse or a loose or disconnected wire. A person should be sure to check all the fuses because more than one could be involved. Also, it is possible that the radio had gone bad and needs to be replaced.
Did you Chevy the fuses for the radio? i had the same problem before. i bought a whole new radio and it still didn't work and i just thought i would check the fuses and one was blown and put a new one in it and it worked fine afterwords. If it is not the fuse check the wiring harness that plugs into the radio it should go underneath the dash, but if the fuse is not blown and all the wires are plug in and grounded u might need to put a new radio in it. but don't just check the radio fuse. even no if its not blown the other fuses have stuff to do with it i would just check all your fuses and see what happens after that.
check the fuses..
Check fuses (if stop lights are not working shift interlock will not release) Check fuse box for corrosion or loose fuses
Did you check the fuse in back of radio? and you might have more fuses under hood of car that may have blown out. my car has fuses inside and out under the hood also. If all fuses are good then you just smoked your radio.
Likely, check the fuse panel for blown fuses. if this doesnt solve the problem you likely have a short in the wiring under the dash. you also should check the bulbs for the interior lights, its also possible you have them switched to off, where they wont come on at all. check the one in the center of the vehicle to see if it has a switch, if it does make sure its set to DOOR, check the fuses and bulbs, then if these are all set and it doesnt work have a mechanic check your wiring.