why would my radio in my 2002 chevy cavalier not work?

ireland08
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Asked by ireland08 Sep 24, 2012 at 05:32 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier

Question type: General

radio seems to not work, fuse is good lights work even lights on the radio works just no radio.

6 Answers

John Saffrahn
22,315

Has it always been like this? Did it start recently?

Bill Marsh
35

Sometimes its just the fuse. try replacing with a new fuse. the radio light will come on when you turn on your running lights.

John Saffrahn
22,315

Bill did you read the description, or just what the topic was about and then answer.

Bill Marsh
35

Have you figured it out yet John?

Bill Marsh
35

Sometimes a fuse will look good,but be burnt.

John Saffrahn
22,315

Bill the radio has power. The description says the radio has power and that the lights work so if the fuse not only looks good but also allows power to pass through it then I'm thinkin its probably good. That's why the question was asked how long have you had the car and when did the issue start.

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