Well I installed a sub woofer recently, it's worked fine for a few months, but I had an awful rattle in the trunk area. So tonight I went to my buddy's house to figure it out. Now my buddy used to install sound systems professionally, and I know a bit about electronics but more about engines. We fixed the sub issues, and took off the rear shelf to dynomat everything. We unhooked the battery so we could get the airbag covers off, better safe than sorry IMO. Now, we get to my real issues. So now the radio will not turn on. We checked every single fuse in the car, tested every single wire in the radio connector, it won't even show the code symbol. So I took the radio back out and we looked over the motherboard, there was no burned circuitry, and none of the capacitors appeared burned out. BTW, it seems like every time I remove the radio, something else bad happens. Because not only does the radio not work, not the dang climate screen is so dim, it's almost impossible to see. I checked the radio to see if the back light had just went out, but no, it just doesn't work. We did everything we could think of electronically, we checked wiring diagrams, tested connections, replaced fuses, disconnected and reconnected the speaker wires. We are both completely out of ideas. We spent four hours alone, troubleshooting this and came up with nothing.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 AT 1:29 AM