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Try the trunk ..under the front seats... glove box does it have one fitted from new it might not

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This is usually found on a label on the driver's side door jamb.

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Check for clogged cowl drain on driver side.

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There are adapters that you can get to connect the speaker wires to in order to get the aux jack levels the Zune needs. Amazon com Speaker RCA Line Level Converter Adaptor High Low Hi Lo with...

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check the programming of the key that you changed the battery in
if the battery was out for a period of time , the program could be corrupted
a quality locksmith may be able to reprogram from the good key

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Reinstall the lining that keeps water (and air) out.

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You need a new thermostat. Easy cheap fix

Jeep 2002 Grand... | 36 views | 0 helpful votes

The ECU or some engine sensors have failed. Run a diagnostic test to find out which part is causing the problem.

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I would suggest a circuit for the brake lights has shorted out somewhere causing the brake lights to have power constantly!

you will need to trace the wiring from the brake switch to the brake lights and check for shorting out.

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I have a 08 Cherokee SRT8 that did the same thing. I took my radio out and unplug it from the back to disable it from getting power. Waited a min then plug it back up. Note: if it does it again, replace head unit. Unit is going bad. I replaced mine w/ a aftermarket Pioneer double din with navi using all the factor plugging and steering controls.

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stock radio? no photo of it so how can I guess?
ok , so do tell what works and not first.
all 4 speakers cut out. left right front and rear?
all modes
am fm cd car drives ok, day and night all other features work on car.
yes, then the audio system head end (or amp if opted)
has problems.
this can be a loose or bad fuse to it,
or wires to it hacked, for sure if not stock, yah.
all radios can be bench tested.
a speaker. and antenna or CDDA cd disk, store bought.
sure can, done a vast numbers like that,

step one,
is it just a radio or radio with external amp?
step 2 is power to radio good, a voltmeter checks that easy.
if power is good to it then the unit is bad.
power means the power wire, and ground good. 12vdc key on. is good 0v is bad.
the other power wire is memory only.

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You need to dealer to repair this problem

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In the fuel Tank!

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scan it again
this time write the DTC down correctly.
P0016 is VVT issues. cam timing
see list

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85-110 ft/pounds

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Jeep doesn't use a fuel pump reset AKA "Inertia activated fuel pump cut off switch" You have what is called the ASD relay under the hood that will trip the pump power in a crash. Follow the link for more info on the ASD Symptoms of Bad or Failing Automatic Shutdown Relay YourMechanic Advice

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That would depend on the reason it stopped working. Many newer vehicles have theft protection systems for the radio that will disable them if power is interrupted to the device. In that case, there is usually a code that must be inserted into the radio via the selection keys to re-enable the device. This code was provided to the original buyer by the dealer. They tell the owner NOT to store it in the car, as thieves usually steal both the radio and the owners manual in order to get to the code when the owner writes it into the manual. Thus, often when the car is sold, or even if the owner misplaces the code, when the car is serviced or the battery gets replaced, it can be a problem getting the radio back to working order. A lost code requires involving the dealership. If the problem is not with a code, the radio just isn't working, then after checking the fuse to ensure that it has power available, if it is not working, then replacement is the viable option.

Jeep 2012 -... | 444 views | 0 helpful votes

Check 50A FUSE 12 in the power distribution center.

Jeep 2004 Grand... | 244 views | 1 helpful votes

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