Radio is on BUT NO SOUND 2013 Hyundai Tucson

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Asked by Mar 01, 2015 at 09:57 AM about the 2013 Hyundai Tucson Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Cannot hear music. Please help

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Gonna say that your internal amp blew. Did you recently change out the battery or disconnect it for any reason? I know on some vehicles it locks out the stereo and you have to input a code for it to work again. It's a pain in the neck safety feature to make the stereo useless if stolen. Check you owners manual if you did disconnect power.

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There should be a small pin hole near the CD player, you can take a small pin or paperclip put it in the hole push for a few seconds and it should reset the system. This appears to be a common problem for that radio. Here is a link to the Tucson forum: http://www.hyundai-forums.com/yf-2011-sonata-i45/138170-stereo-turns-but-no-audio.html

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Thanks guys but Mark Pinned it!!!Have a Bless day. #pinholeworks

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Thank you I tried the pin and it worked for me also !!! I was so sad when I heard no sound getting in my car last night i.. i need my tunes in my car .. seen your suggestion tried it and it worked didn't even have to bother my boyfriend to look at it !!! Thank u

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Thank you! I also followed your suggestion, and it worked on my 2012 Tucson. I was devastated when I suddenly didn't have any sound the other day, and I thought I would have to spend a lot of money to get it fixed. You saved me a lot of time and trouble! I'm glad I looked online first.

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Hello need help , I have a 09 Tuscan and radio stopped working , no pin hole by CD player and all fuses , only 1 actually , is fine , the dealer is asking me to bring it in which is gonna cost me , any ideas ?

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On the Tucson w/nav system, the reset is down near the "Phone" button. Actually, it's not a small hole; it's a small recessed button. Just a tip here though. If your radio is working but no sound, copy down all your station settings because resetting will erase your stations.... just saying.

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apparently the radio has issues. reset by factory, other "fix" via battery/some other connection thing, and manual button hole reset--nothing works! $800 to replace amp! what!? (have nav, back-up camera, bluetooth, etc) UGH! HELP

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Thanks a lot. Pushing the pin reset fixed it for me on my 2011 Tucson w/nav system. I have had the no sound before however that time it was fixed after I turned the ignition off and on again. That method did not work this time.

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wish it were that easy for my issue! :( it's frustrating having a nice car w/o sound...trade it now or fix!? UGH!

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IT WORKS!!

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Thanks Michael!!!!!! I used the paperclip and it worked! You saved me a trip to the dealership. You rock!

Thank you Michael. Works in the Elantra as well.

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