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Old 03-21-2009, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry WTF w/my radio

I thought a quick fix for my radio would be to undo the 'Hot' cable on teh battery. I have no tunes, no alarm and no prompt for teh code. WTF? I fixed my arm rest by removing the back of the drivers seat for easy access. "Arm Rest Shennagins". What the crap?
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Maybe an inline fuse has blown.
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finaly have time to check it out this weekend again. Thank goodness my comute is only 15 minutes. I have "Disk Error" since I got'er. Don't have CD's so I did not care.
But family has CD's. Hope I can find fix for all. Will defo check fuses etc...
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Are you just not getting any sound? i had the same problem, everyone was telling me to check the fuses but it ended up being the tape deck EQ gone bad. so i replaced it and its working like new

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lucky me!! 5 amp fuse in the #18 hole. I got tunes again!!
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