The radio is on, volume knob is adjusted. Fuses have been checked, re-checked and replaced. Fuse in AMP has been replaced, not blown, but what the heck. I am at my wits end with this thing!!!!
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2004 BMW X3 Question: No Sound from Radio
Answer #1ziptie12 November 27, 2012, 21:50Master
YOU SAY THE FUSE IN THE AMP IS GOOD? iS IT GETTING POWER TO IT? WHAT OTHER SYMPTOMS BEFORE SPEAKERS WENT OUT?
Replyjheaphy, November 27, 2012, 23:40Rookie
Yes the fuse is good. No corrosion on the connectors. My daughter said she put a cd in and it started to play then the sound started to flutter in and out, then the sound was gone.
Replyyour.mechanic, November 28, 2012, 00:33Master
if your CD player lights up but not play...you need a new one.
Replyziptie12, November 28, 2012, 23:19Master
My question still wasn't answered--if the fuse is good IS THE AMP GETTING POWER AND INPUT FROM AUDIO UNIT & HOW ARE YOU TESTING IT???????oR JUST BRING IT TO A STERO SHOP AND BE DONE WITH IT.
Replyjheaphy, November 29, 2012, 19:48Rookie
The fuse to the amp is good. I honestly have no idea if it is good. The music was working fine...then started to cut out...then went dead. The dash unit seems to operate normally. The stations work, the cd will take and spin. Its just that there is no sound out of the system in any mode. All I can do in terms of testing is verify the fuses.
Replyziptie12, November 30, 2012, 22:33Master
Can you get your hands on a voltmeter to check for battery voltage at amp? Is there any kind of LED on it indicating that it's on?