There's another fuse panel under the dash in front of the brake pedal.
Based on the fact that the problem acts up sometimes and not others, why bother looking for fuses? They don't magically fix themselves after they blow. There is one model of cd player and one model of cassette player that develop the problem you're describing. There are about 30 common complaints but the most common is no display, radio is dead, and the three yellow leds in the tone controls are blinking on and off.
These radios are not repairable unless you send them to the authorized repair centers, ($$$). The microprocessors are built by North American Philips, the same people who build the really crappy Magnavox tvs. They have a 100 percent failure rate. I have the specialized equipment to replace them but then the software has to be installed. They will never sell me the equipment to do that. These are some of the few radios actually built by Chrysler.
If you have one of these radios, there are other models that look exactly the same except they have one extra button. They are built by Mitsubishi. They will run the same remote cd changer too if you have one.
Friday, August 7th, 2009 AT 9:10 PM