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Old 11-09-2011, 12:23 AM   #1
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cd player wiring

Sounds easy right? I hook up an aftermarket cd player and I get full power but no sound. On the cd player I replaced it with (also aftermarket) it had sound on the radio only but would say fm failure. Any ideas? (Besides a delete and add a gauge cluster)

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Look under the drivers seat and see if there is an amp. If there is you will need to bypass it.
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Old 11-12-2011, 05:25 PM   #3
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No amp there just a mystery wire

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I was told it might have one under the wheel well in the hatch possibly?
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Fixed the problem. Factory amp was bad I bypassed it it was right behind the cd player
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If I'm remembering correctly, the factory amp will not work with anything but the factory radio. So basically have no choice but to bypass it if you add an aftermarket cd player.
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I know its shot so it had to go and I didn't have any tunes and that sucked
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