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FACTORY CAR STEREO REPAIR
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Specializing in repair of all Factory installed car audio sound systems including, Bose car stereo and speaker amplifiers. With a two year warranty on Bose speaker amp repairs.
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Q. Could it be something like a loose wire?
A.
Loose wires are very rare, so you'd be better off looking for a bad fuse. Car stereos have at least two fuses. One fuse usually says radio, audio or stereo (+12 volts when ignition is on), the second fuse is for the unit's memory (a constant +12 volts). The second fuse is not labeled clearly for the stereo and usually is in the cigarette lighter circuit, dome light circuit, or the door chime circuit. Check all fuses!
We rarely find loose or broken wires. Loose wires may occur if the wire harness was compromised for the installation of after-market stereos, cell phones, CD changers, radar detectors, car alarms, or other add-ons. Sometimes an accident will affect wiring.
 

   

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