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adrian
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adrian Nov 17, 1:07am - #328048 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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san antonio tx
Problems w/ radio and clock

For some reason the clock and the radio keep turing off in my car. I will just be driving around and they shut off. Wont turn back on for a few hours. My keychain will not lock and unlock the door when this happens also. Any suggesstion on what this might be?? How can i fix??
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importcarbabe
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importcarbabe Nov 17, 1:17am - #328049 

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could be a loose fuse or a grounding wire. check the fuses first.

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Lasherccl
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Lasherccl Nov 17, 4:17am - #328050 

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maybe they got disconnected take off the middle console and check

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adrian
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adrian Nov 17, 4:03pm - #328051 

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the thing is they turn off and on by themselves for no reason. THen the stations are reset, i would think if it was a bad fuse, or dissconnection, they wouldnt turn back on.
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importcarbabe
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importcarbabe Nov 17, 5:28pm - #328052 

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its prolly a bad grounding wire take the center counsel aprt and find the ground and see if it is loose.

"If you dont like Hair blowers why would you like Turbo's"

Last car '92 Eagle Talon TSI AWD, R.I.P, Current car '00 Toyota Celica GT-S. Next car Fully Built 1st Gen AWD DSM.


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