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Old 02-18-2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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OK guys last night I started my car up to find out the radio and speedometer stopped working and the lights on mirror as well as unlock buttons. Also the unlock and lock buttons stopped working on the key remote. The tach and everything else works. What is wrong with my car? Please help
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Check your fuses.
if it is a fuse try to determine why it blew.
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OK guys last night I started my car up to find out the radio and speedometer stopped working and the lights on mirror as well as unlock buttons. Also the unlock and lock buttons stopped working on the key remote. The tach and everything else works. What is wrong with my car? Please help
If you are talking about the lights in the sun viser then check the wires where the viser pivots. Sometimes the wires short out where it goes into the viser arm.
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Check your fuses.
if it is a fuse try to determine why it blew.
This... For so many things to have stopped working you likely have a blown fuse(s). Have you done anything like a new radio or wire up a gauge? You could have a wire grounded out somewhere which if that's the case it an be a dangerous situation.
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This... For so many things to have stopped working you likely have a blown fuse(s). Have you done anything like a new radio or wire up a gauge? You could have a wire grounded out somewhere which if that's the case it an be a dangerous situation.
I just got the car a couple months ago. I do have an after market alpine radio that was in the car when i got it. It worked fine until this happened.
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Another thing is when i press the unlock button inside the car the dash lights light up as well as the parking lights and brake lights but the car doesnt unlock when i press it. The lock button inside the car does work and no lights come on.
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