It would happen every few weeks, where I would start the Jeep and no sound, I would have to shut down the Jeep and wait a several minutes for the system to reset and then the sound would come back. All about eliminating things to isolate problem. Please note that I have changed the problem radio with another stock radio from the junk yard and the issue remains. It includes the adapters that make the radio a direct plug and play in your 1998 - 2001 vehicle listed below. I can turn it on and off and change stations but there is no sound and no response from the steering wheel volume control or the radio knob. Hello Caradiodoc, I have tried the same suggestions you provided.
I put in an aftermarket Boss radio so I can have a Bluetooth connection and hands free operation. Unfortunately, the previously operable driver side front speaker and the windows failed to work. I'll get the other readings while I await your reply. Dealer ended up replacing the whole thing under warranty. I have another one that has failed previously, so I may test on that one to see if I can find a solution. If there's separate dash speakers, the left one would still work even if there was a broken wire to the door speaker.
I'm going to go back out and see if there's any change. The amp needs a signal from the radio or it will not turn on causing the no sound issue or there is a fuse blown for the amp. I'm pretty good at following instructions. If the ground was missing, the radio would be dead, including the display. I had a similar issue. The wiring harness didn't have anything to connect that in, nor did the radio. Each time they heat up a little more with no time to cool down, and eventually they explode.
Is this a product of the radio issue i. If the new wiring harness between the radio and the old wiring harness is hooked up correctly, and you are not installing an aftermarket amp, you should be able to use the factory amp. If you don't get a near 0 ohm reading on the first test, we have to figure out what you're doing wrong before we move on to the second test. Some early 2002 production models have the old style plugs. I am clear on all your instructions except as to how you want me to check the black wire. There'll be visible staining on the circuit board underneath them if they failed. I assume you mean to check the ground wire connected separately to the large bolt on the back of the radio.
If I unplug it, I hear a power-down whine from the amp. Check the solder points underneath the pcb too most pcbs of that era are through-hole. Or is there wires I have that isnt hooked up that I need to? According to dealership not a software update issue. If you dont have exact harness sometimes one for aftermarket amp bypass you could encounter issues. If there was a short some where, wouldn't the fuse blow or some noise indicative of this be heard upon connecting the radio or amp? I am getting no sound out of my factory Chrysler Infinity Gold cassette stereo system. I have a remote amplifier under the driver side rear seat and it too is receiving power.
The amp turns on when it sees that signal. You'd have no display, but it seems to me the cassette player would still run. Measure the continuity between the switched ignition wire and terminal 5 in the round cd changer socket. That last measurement is the most important one to tell us where to go next. That's why I'm having you do these resistance checks. Don't worry about the ground wire. Also unlike the others, I have power at the antenna connection.
Here is a guide and a wiring diagrams to help us get the problem fixed. If it reads open, that fuse resistor is burned open. Upon restarting, radio worked for ~15 seconds then went silent again. I used to use solder wick, a special braided wire with flux in it, to remove the old solder, then the new solder flowed better. Rip one apart and see if the oil has visibly leaked out of any of them. Please note that no sound emanates from the speakers no matter which band nor function I attempt to use i.
New technologies included Hill Descent Control, Hill Start Assist, and Trailer Sway Control. The only place the voltage will be missing is at the power antenna terminal. There are about two dozen connections that become overheated and have to be resoldered but this is easier said than done. This vehicle is the most frustrating I have ever dealt with. The electrolytic will ooze out the bottom the top if they're really bad and you will see gunk around the base of the cap. They said the jeep had the latest software and there was no info stored for any faults. Also, no, there is no water damage and yes, the blue and white wire have been tried in every combination.
I compare that to a starter motor falling off the engine while you're driving. Jan 05, 2016 It sure sounds like a starter solenoid issue, they act just like that, had exactly the same concern on my car, no crank just clicks under hood, new starter solenoid contacts cured the problem. What would it cost to repair the radios at your shop or is it something I can accomplish with my limited soldering skills? When i turn off the radio and turn it right back on i have perfect sound, but only for 1 second. Next, measure from pin 5 to the power antenna terminal as shown with the nifty blue meter lead. I inserted a wire into the pin hole number five and back probed the switched power wire with a piece of metal. What would be going wrong for that to happen? My suspicion is something is shorted on the turn-on circuit in or to the amp and it burned that fuse resistor open. I don't believe its entirely the wiring.
I gave up and took it in. I ordered the harness metra xsvi 6502 but no dice. Whomever decided to place the junction bloc under the dash the way they did needs to be beaten. Additionally, I am concerned about the poor sound quality from the other speakers. There is a 6 month warranty.