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Old 12-11-2011, 04:47 AM
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got an after market radio when installed there is no sound everything works think its something to do with white and violet wire any ideas
 
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someone out there must have had the same problem
 
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Old 12-12-2011, 05:29 PM
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You need to connect the amp wire. Where did you get this radio? I need make, year and model to help you any further. Also need the adapter harness diagram description.
 

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how to install a aftermarket stereo into your Chrysler town and country LXI - YouTube

found this but he dosent say what wire on harness
found out its the live wire 12 volts
it works fine now
 

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Originally Posted by stagste View Post
how to install a aftermarket stereo into your Chrysler town and country LXI - YouTube

found this but he dosent say what wire on harness
found out its the live wire 12 volts
it works fine now
Hi, is it the permanent live or the ignition live?
Sorry for sounding a dumb *** but choice of 2 I'm bound to use the wrong 1 lol
Thanks in advance
 
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its the ignition wire otherwise you're amp would be on all the time
 
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Old 01-08-2012, 12:15 PM
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Sorry lol I thought about that after posting.
Just my luck, I went to the fuse box and I don't have that relay fitted does not look like it ever has been. Anyway I did as the guy said on the video by borrowing the fog lamp relay, it didn't work tho.
Really pulling my hair out now, what's left of it
Any help will be so so appreciated
 
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Old 01-08-2012, 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by mrfud View Post
Sorry lol I thought about that after posting.
Just my luck, I went to the fuse box and I don't have that relay fitted does not look like it ever has been. Anyway I did as the guy said on the video by borrowing the fog lamp relay, it didn't work tho.
Really pulling my hair out now, what's left of it
Any help will be so so appreciated
Bit more info from me might help a bit.
2004 Grand Voyager 2.8crd limited. Stock radio was fitted and I have replaced that with a Pioneer Avic x3. Connected with the proper Iso adapter.
I have also tried another Cd Radio just in case the Avic was faulty, still no Audio.
 
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:22 AM
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forgot to mention the relay on my car was the nba relay which stands for Name Brand Speakers.
 
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