It was a quick fix and now everything is brighter, including my headlights, which I didn't really notice until now. If it checks out then the radio is bad. If there is, then the radio is producing audio. I had it replaced and to my surprise, radio back on and working better than ever. You are awsome and saved me 35 dollars. You will not use any of the original speaker wires.
Seemed like it was in a fine location to me. There is a customer service no in your owners manual that may be of help. Check pin B3 switched 12 volts for 12 volts. At first I thought it was the TheftLock but it is not acting like your typically lock. Can anyone write directions for removing the radio and replacing the new one mainly what fuses to pull or how to reset the lock code if there is one.
I verified it on an Y2K C5 with a locked radio - mine. Check pin B6 amp mute for 0 volts to 5 volt. Any assistance in helping me resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated. My says Inop for a few sec and then says lock. I'm going to give it a week to see if work on its own again before taking it to a dealer. There is no excuse for a dealer doing something like trying to rob you of a extra 150 dollars. Often, vehicle owners lose the code or never receive one from a previous owner.
We pay for enough, thanks to the smarts of some people out there we are able to figure some of the small things out for ourselves. That should clear it so you can input a new one. One dealer told me my radio wasn't even the stock model :loser:. The real safety issues that continue are with the instrument panel that has at times affected the speedometer, tachometer continuous problem , oil pressure gauge continuous problem , and no dash lights at night. If so, then I agree with the answer below.
That should clear it so you can input a new one. But your lucky you got help from an honest service tech. Glad you got it fixed. I verified it on an Y2K C5 with a locked radio - mine. If not, check the radio fuse, in the fuse block look in your owners manual.
Moving on, I asked my wife to start looking on the net for some answers, she came across this blog within 5 minutes, printed out the list that a couple of members posted, went to the car and the 5th code she tried worked!! My brother-in-law looked under the hood and said my alternator was making noise, and it was probably the bearings. A lot of folks will probably not be able to get this repaired soon enough or at all due to high repair costs. If the voltage is between 0 and 1 volt this tells the amp to mute and play. Any suggestions besides going to the dealer. The vehicle was taken to a dealer. Call 1 800 537 5140 08. I had the same problem.
One time I turned on my truck and could not switch through the gears so that I could drive and the dash had no information on it no compass, temp reading, mileage. However he could not get the aftermarket radio to work. The danger in this is lights going out to a blank dash at night, engine problems that could result from the lack of a functioning oil gauge, and inaccurate or no speed readings. I don't have this problem with the 2002, and 2003 Tahoe's. On both, the mechanism sticks, and you cannot pull the seatbelt forward. You will want to crimp new clamps onto the speaker wires.
The vehicle was not taken to the dealer. Listen to the four-digit number and write it down. If you do have the code, you can reset the radio yourself. The vehicle was not repaired. On 2 of the 5 occasions the consumer rear ended a vehicle and the last time the consumer was unable to stop the vehicle and subsequently crashed through a garage door. The Kenwood is really nice, but really any stereo will work.
The consumer experienced brake failure on 5 separate occasion. Did they change the secret handshake for 05? Someone please just tell me if there is a cheeper way to find the code. If anyone can help in any way it is greatly appreciated. Now you have created a much lower maintenance audio system without losing any sound quality. A few months ago the stereo sound would cut out for a second to a few minutes with no relation to how long it had been on on or any pattern as to length of time for sound or no sound. The failure Accord now with 142,000 which is over the 80,000 extended warranty. I see it and check the wire harnesses -- all seems secure.