Last post on Apr 09, 2012 at 8:16 AM
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Chevrolet Cobalt, Audio, Coupe, Sedan
#47 of 49 Re: How do I delete a programmed radio station? [imidazol97]
Sep 22, 2010 (9:17 am)
Hi and thanks for the reply. You are probably right about the keep alive fuse. I disconnected the regular radio fuse and waited 15 minutes before reinstalling it. All I did was mess the clock and date. The radio stations stayed put.
I did set back to the first row (1) only so I would not have to see the other preset stations and Rows I do not want. Row 1 is all I have and want currently.
Still, the previous owner's radio stations are still there, even if I am not seeing them and I would still like to find a way of clearing them out.
I did not see in my owner's manual anything about a keep live fuse so I don't know where to look for it or even if that option will work.
I hope there is an answer to this problem. Can I contact the radio manufacturer or car manufacturer and ask them? If so, what would be their contact info?
#48 of 49 Auxillury Input sound is weird/off
Apr 09, 2012 (8:16 am)
#49 of 49 Auxillury Input sound is weird/off
Apr 09, 2012 (8:16 am)
So I have a Cobalt, 06 Model I believe (may be 07). Whenever I drive I listen to my iPod, have a cable to connect i to the auxillury port and everything. However, over the past few weeks, the sound from it has been progressively getting worse. Basically, the front speakers sound quiet or like they aren't playing at all, and the music is extremely "off", singers can't be heard, however instruments are just fine. Background noise/instruments in songs picks up very well, but anything verbal is quiet.
Turning on the radio itself, everything works just fine. Sounds like normal, and nothing is wrong. I haven't tried out anything in the CD player just yet, though going to do that soon, but I doubt it'll sound different. So far though, it is just when I hook in my iPod.
I've tried two different sets of cables to hook in the iPod, so its not the cable, may just be the port itself. Is there anything I can do about it without having to replace the entire radio? Would rather have a cheap fix if I could, that still sounds decent.