The most likely reason for your radio’s sudden death is a blown fuse. All car radios have at least one fuse that protects it from power surges coming from somewhere else in the vehicle. The first thing you should do when your radio stops working is check its fuses and replace any that have blown.
Why did my touch screen radio stop working?
A cracked touch screen is one of the main reasons that lead to an unresponsive car stereo screen. Check out for visible damages. If the screen has cracks or visible damage, you probably need to repair it. Sometimes, even minute scratches can lead to a faulty touch screen for your car stereo.
Why is my car screen not on?
Check for a Faulty Head Unit, LCD, or Backlight
If that’s the case, then the problem might be one of the following: Your main unit is faulty or damaged. The backlight of the display is defective or broken. The LCD is flawed or damaged.
How do I reset my car screen?
- Clean your touchscreen.
- Reboot the touchscreen by turning it off and back on again.
- Recalibrate the screen from the settings menu.
- Perform a factory reset.