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Old 04-28-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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What can be the problem if your radio works normal but can hear nothing
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radio is turned down to low (lol), speakers are blown, wires disconnected/frayed/broken, no speakers actually in the car
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Aftermarket or factory? I'd it just go out? How did it happen?
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After market kenwood. I put a diffrent speaker an it also didnt work. Could it be the deck?
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After market kenwood. I put a diffrent speaker an it also didnt work. Could it be the deck?
Did you just install the radio? Or has it been in the car for a bit and it just stopped working?
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Its been in my car since 2001
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Its been in my car since 2001
My bet would be your factory Amp pooped out if you have one or it's possible that it's your radio altogether. Double check that you have 12volts on your amp turn on and double check the factory amp fuse if you have one.
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