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Hyundai Azera, Audio, Entertainment System, Sedan
Dec 20, 2010 (12:44 pm)
problem is , none have xm which mine does.
#590 of 631 Re: Checking Disc - Forever [oskidunker1]
Dec 20, 2010 (1:23 pm)
Did you try this approach? Was it successful?
#591 of 631 Re: Checking Disc - Forever [j_myers]
Dec 20, 2010 (1:31 pm)
Did not work. Car now in the dealership as it failed to start again with a brand new battery. This malfunctiong cd player may have a short. Should know more later today.I hope I don't need a new radio.
#592 of 631 Re: Checking Disc - Forever [oskidunker1]
Dec 21, 2010 (8:48 am)
Has anyone replaced the xm stock radio with something else? If so what and how much did it cost? where did you have it installed? They told me I have a short but are still trying to find it.Ihope it is not in the radio as I do not have $1300.00 for anew radio. Ebay has some but none with xm
#593 of 631 Re: Checking Disc - Forever [oskidunker1]
Dec 21, 2010 (9:30 am)
I replaced my unit with an eclipse Avn 52d navigation/DVD/CD/mp3 player. You can buy a Sirius or cm adapter for it. Also has Bluetooth capabilities and requires an adapter to use the steeringwheel controls. Excellent unit. Install is not all that difficult but requires removing a lot of the dash. I think Thea unit was 550 off ebay brand new. Have had it installed for 2 years and it has worked great. Improved sound quality a bit as well. I believe it provides more power to the speakers than the stock unit.
#594 of 631 FM/AM Radio not working
Feb 20, 2011 (3:05 pm)
I was driving listening to the radio and all of a sudden, "silence". I switched to the cd player and I can hear the music so I know it's not a connection with the speakers. When I turn the volume up real loud on FM, I don't hear anything. When I turn the volume on AM, I hear a high pitched squeal. Nothing else in the car is having problems.
I suspected a loose wire at first, but am now maybe thinking of a possible blown fuse. I truly have no idea. If it's a fuse, where is the inner fuse box. I thought it was on the left side of the steering column on the side...if that's it, how do i open it? I tried pulling on it but it doesn't want to open easily. Is there a trick to it?
#595 of 631 Re: FM/AM Radio not working [coombaca34]
Feb 21, 2011 (9:31 am)
Sometimes just turning the power on and off will fix this. I has happend a few times to me.
#596 of 631 Re: FM/AM Radio not working [coombaca34]
Feb 21, 2011 (11:15 am)
With the driver's door open, there's a triangular panel at the end of the dash, with a warning sticker about the driver's seat side airbag and a three-finger handhold molded in. Put three fingers in and pull straight out...
#597 of 631 Re: FM/AM Radio not working [coombaca34]
Feb 21, 2011 (2:29 pm)
If the head unit is powered, then it shouldn't be a blown fuse....probably something in the radio circutry
#598 of 631 Re: FM/AM Radio not working [jamazera]
Feb 22, 2011 (6:02 am)
Friend told me he beleves it's the tuner in the radio. Suggested I just get a new radio. We'll see. Dealer wants 103 dollars just to do a diagnostics...whatever. I'll take my chances with a new radio.