Radio quit working and there is no display. What can I check? The fuse is fine.

Asked by May 03, 2014 at 10:42 AM about the 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Before it quit every once in a while when you would turn the key on you would have to reset the clock and all things associated with the radio. Now the radio does not come on and the display doesn't either and the warning for the keys is not working but the fuse for the radio is fine. What else needs to be checked?

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Did u you find out what was wrong with radio to trailblazer? I have same problem.. Thanks

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I think there are 2 fuses you need to check. When that happened to me on an earlier model (2004) the fuse in the box under the left rear passenger seat was blown. I check a fuse under the hood and it was fine. Be sure to check the fuse with an Ohm meter. May be blown or open and not be visible. Good luck.

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I have a 2005 trailblazer, and it has stop working completely, what is a ohms? I'm training to fix this on my on, it seems cat places like to see girls coming.Can someone tell me more I wasting my time or can I figure out the problem and fix it? Thanks.

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We have the same issue & both fuses are fine. My thought is the radio itself has crapped the bucket. Anyone figure this out?

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I haven a Chevy Trauil,Blazer 2004....problem is buy one Radio used but no working because is Locked... what is my solution in this case...Thanks. Bernardo Saldana Hartford, Ct. May 20- 2017

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