I'm having a very odd failure in the radio of my 2012 Dodge Caravan Crew with a Amerivan / Eldorado handicap conversion (I don't think the conversion would have anything to do with the problem...) The radio is the simple AM / FM / Satellite / CD unit, not the fancy touch screen version with the backup camera. It does have the buttons on the steering wheel to change modes, station and volume.... The other day while driving with the radio on FM, it abruptly stopped playing as I was going around an exit ramp, but was still on.... Pushing the buttons on the wheel or radio, it appeared to be changing stations on the display, but no audio came out. (no sound, including static at max volume) Same problem with FM. I tried the satellite, and it played the Sirius advertising, so presumably it would have played satellite if I paid for it... It plays CD's just fine... So the audio works, and the radio LOOKS like it is working, but doesn't make any noise. I called Dodge Tech Support, and the nice lady there said she couldn't find anything on the problem and suggested I take it to a dealer for investigation (at my expense, no idea about how many hours at $?$?$? per....) Any ideas here? If the suggestion is that the radio is dead, how hard is it to do an upgrade to a fancier unit - I'd love to have a backup cam, and possibly GPS, but would really like to keep the on-the-wheel buttons. (Especially since I have to use hand controls those buttons make life a LOT easier...) I don't particularly care about OEM vs. aftermarket, but cost is an issue.