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So my battery needed a jump on sunday leaving o'riley's. got them to give me a jump and as i'm driving home, the radio shuts off. now the tv only turns on when I put the truck in reverse. i checked the radio fuse and its good. also opened up the glove compartment and unplugged the blue cable for 15 sec like i saw in a youtube video. I should also add that im able to listen to the radio using the steering wheel controls but only for about 15 min before it shuts itself off.
Hi people!!! I am little new in this truck world, I love my Silverado but I hate no to have all the functionality’s in the radio, I actually have a Silverado 2014 wt but I would like to update my radio, I see in a several pages selling the 7 or 8 inch screen, but I know this is not the only thing I have to change to make it work. I need your help please, what’s is the right way to do it with out change for an aftermarket radio, I can get the modules but anyway I don’t know if this really work. Thxs in advance!!!!
By Benjamin Leach
I recently had a heater core leak in my 1999 chevy silverado and had an ASE certified shop replace the core and inspect the ac evaporator and actuators while replacing it. When I got the truck back the center bracket where the Radio and HVAC controls mount under the trim is offset, with the left side being lower than the right side. I also noted the fold down cupholder bolt points are not completely lined up with the trim that's over it. I contacted the shop to bring it back in under warranty but was wondering if anyone has a full dashboard diagram that might illustrate where the correct positions for the bracket underneath to attach is or has had any experience with this sort of reassembly issue before (I have extensively searched and came up empty). This isn't an area I have had a lot of experience with being a near full dash teardown and I like to know more of what I'm talking about to communicate well and to be a good customer.
By Brandon Timmons
I bought a 2010 1500 recently and only the front passenger speaker, tweeter and front driver side tweeter are working along with the radio itself. I tried changing the front driver side speaker with no luck. Are there any fuses for individual speakers?
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