01 Sebring Radio Issue HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Sebring' started by chrisparr, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. chrisparr

    chrisparr Guest

    I have a 2001 Sebring with 60K miles and the radio went out. First it would
    cut out then come back on the next day, so I thought elec. short but presets
    and time was not lost while radio was not working for that day. No buttons
    would work only the EQ lights would blink continuously. I used to be able to
    pull the radio fuse and put it back in and the radio would work until I shut
    off the car. Once the car was turned off again no buttons will work and only
    the EQ lights blink. No one can figure out this issue however here is a link
    to others who have the same problem with same year. Replacing radio only
    temporarily fixes the issue, six month later the after market radio is not
    working as well. I find it hard to believe that both radios went bad,
    dealership can not come up with any other solutions...

    Please someone help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am going nuts without a radio.

    chrisparr, Mar 17, 2006
  2. chrisparr

    maxpower Guest

    Well if you have power to both red wires going into the radio (key on) and a
    good ground you can believe that both radios are bad.

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    maxpower, Mar 17, 2006
  3. chrisparr

    Scott S. Guest

    My sisters went out hers the first 6 months. Same year you have, first ate a
    tape and then just blasted the sound with no way to shut it off. Dealer did
    a swap with a new one under warranty. Never was a issue again after that.
    Scott S., Mar 19, 2006
  4. chrisparr

    kru Guest

    Let me guess. It's an am/fm/cass with CD changer controls? Whether
    they want to admit it or not, Chrysler DID have some problems with some
    of these radios.

    Pop over to 'www.replacementradios.com'
    (http://www.replacementradios.com). You'll find a brand new
    replacement unit for that here:


    According to the ad, "This is the updated model. It is not the version
    that was prone to shorting out, blaring volume, loss of display, etc,
    kru, Mar 29, 2006
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