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Q: Command module not responding

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My command module is not responding.

A: Hello, since the command is not responding ...

Hello, since the command is not responding to any inputs, you can try pulling all the fuses that go to the radio, to reset the command. If the command comes back to life, then it could of been a one time thing. I would recommend taking it to a dealer to be checked for codes and any software updates for the command.

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