Hey Tommy==Check the fuses. Evidentally there is one blown and you will have to find out what caused it. Good luck Joe
The CD player should be in the stereo, if you bought the car used it may not have come with option. The CD changer option would be located below the stereo
poor grounding, very common on Chrysler products.
the stereo is probably done. it would probably cost more money to have the stereo looked at than to buy a new radio.
If it is an aftermarket stereo then i would say that the installer tied into the dashboard illumination or headlight power wire for 12 volt power for the stereo.
All my dashboard lights won't work on my 2000 Holden Vectra. Cigarette lighter, stereo, speedo, heater control lights and gear selection lights are all in the dark. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
they cant you would have to go to the main control panel (fuse box) and you would have to replace the fuse
If it is like my 2001 you would pull the head lamp switch out when the headlights are on
Most likely a fuse(s) check them all if you havn't already
A guess would be that someone wired the power to the stereo into the circuit for the dome or courtesy lights that run off the passenger door switch. Might want to find a separate circuit in the fuse box and pull the stereo power from it.
it is possible that u may have used a wire that is also used in the same circuit as the dash lights which would cause a parrellel path for the current and therefore might not be neccesarily supplying enough current to the dash lights was the stereo put in by a proffesional
That would be where you connect anything with a STEREO AUDIO OUTPUT.
Having just finished spending 4 days tracking wires to install a stereo in a 95 SL1, I would suggest going to your local car audio store and purchasing a wiring harness. It'll run you about $15 and save you LOTS of headaches. Saturn's stereo harness is an intergal part of the dash wiring, so there are things going through your stereo that have nothing to do with it; i.e. dash lights, back up lights, door chime, etc. The harness will incorporate all of that for you.
Depending on how high tech you would like your stereo system to be you can purchase one for $50 and up. To me a stereo system would be my ipod with speakers attached to it. It really depends on what type of stereo you are looking for.
The stereo light should not go out. It should get dimmer though. They assume that if your headlights are on, it is dark outside and you don't need as much light to read the radio display as you would in bright light.
you've either lost both taillight bulbs, or, more likely, you've blown the taillight fuse.
That's because your car is equipped with a light sensor that works in that way; after a few seconds the lights will go off. Any more questions?, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The best connection for your computer's audio to your stereo would be the line out connection on the computer to the auxilary input on the stereo amplifier.
FIRST I WOULD CHECK FUSE MAYBE BAD USE A]> FUSE TESTER AN GO FROM THERE ARE AS SOMEONE AT PART STORE TO CHECK THEM ?
Try "Room" fuse if dome light does not work also
Any vehicle sounds good with a stereo system.
i would go to best buy or call the company that manufactured/sold you the stereo
Check your fuses! If they're all good I would next check the wireing on your stereo. I had a loose wire once back there and it made my instrument cluster's lights not work when I had the headlights on and I had to guess my speeds at night.
well there are kind of 4 but the main one is sound energy. But there is also kinetic as the speakers move,there is heat energy as the plug would get hot and there is light energy as of the lights on the speaker!!!