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Blinking odometer and no power to radio after new battey
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    Blinking odometer and no power to radio after new battey

    Hello all, I have just been reunited with my 2014 abarth after a 14 month deployment. Unfortunately the battery was left connect and completely dead. After attempts to jump it. I replaced the battery, now my odometer is flashing and the radio will not turn on. Ive check tested all fuses without finding anything wrong. Does anyone know if there is another fuse for the beats sub or amp somewhere in the rear?

    I have also disconnected the battery in an attempt to reset everything with negative results. My next step is to pull the radio and see if it is getting power at ge back of the head unit.

    Any help would be greatly appreciate.
    Happy Holidys
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    Fiat 500 Radio Fuse Replacement

    I had this happen after boosting the battery, blew the fuse in the back of the radio. Had to buy the tool to remove the radio and replace the fuse on the back of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickiddino View Post
    Hello all, I have just been reunited with my 2014 abarth after a 14 month deployment. Unfortunately the battery was left connect and completely dead. After attempts to jump it. I replaced the battery, now my odometer is flashing and the radio will not turn on. Ive check tested all fuses without finding anything wrong. Does anyone know if there is another fuse for the beats sub or amp somewhere in the rear?

    I have also disconnected the battery in an attempt to reset everything with negative results. My next step is to pull the radio and see if it is getting power at ge back of the head unit.

    Any help would be greatly appreciate.
    Happy Holidys
    Dino

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    Thank you so much. That was it

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    where do you buy “the tool”?

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    I found it a OReilly. Its called a ford stereo removal tool

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    AA208F79-8E53-490F-8EB3-42E657B0DDFF.jpgA062F8C1-9CD7-484E-8EBF-5BAA96F4CD48.jpgHaving the same issues I’ve removed the radio, but it doesn’t look the same as the pic you posted. I can’t even find the fuse to replace it to see if that’s the issue. Any ideas?
    Last edited by npisan; 08-28-2021 at 09:53 PM.

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    What year/model is the car and where are you located? Post a pic of the front of the radio unit too. Good luck
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    11 years living in the USA.....I'm from England where hot hatches are more common than pubs! Here, where I'm at in NH, not so much....

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    Im in Columbus, Ohio. Its a 2017 500 Lounge 9DFEC341-D53B-42D4-ADCA-136D875C5C68.jpg
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    My aftermarket Kenwood Head unit went dead after working perfectly for a year. The odometer blinked steadily whenever the car was running. I checked the car fuses: all good. Eventually I disconnected the battery, turned on flashers, pressed the brake pedal for a minute or two then reconnected the battery (mentioned in some post I saw). Everything returned to normal with stereo restored to full function, including all steering wheel controls and the odometer stopped blinking - apparently the car lost communication with the head unit and this is all that was needed to re-set. I saw mentions of a dealer performed "proxy alignment" to fix the problem, but, the battery disconnect solved it. I was reluctant to disconnect the battery out of concern that I would lose all ECU readiness settings and learned parameters, but the car ran as it normally does after the re-set.
    Last edited by Hermiabarth; 08-30-2021 at 03:17 PM.
    2016 Abarth Rosso: auto, sunroof, nero leather, electronic climate control, no Beats, ATM fmic, DNA chassis braces, Prometeo skid plate, 25mm tubular rear torsion bar, E.C. V. 3 intake, Euro 4th gen halo tail lights, Kenwood Excelon DDX 9906 head unit, 50th Anniversary Titanium wheels, 205/40/17 Michelin Pilot AS4 tires.

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    Is there another way to perform a "proxy alignment" with a scanner vs taking it to a dealer?

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