Question about 2000 GMC Yukon XL
The radio i have is simple power in, speaker wire and rca out puts (pioneer)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2001 GMC
First off it would be a good idea to check your speakers work. Remove them to see if they are in fact connected, DISconnect them one by one and do a battery check with each speaker. Simply use a 9v alkline battery and place the battery on to the speaker terminals(DO NOT connect the battery to the wires comming from the car or radio) do this test to expect a click or popping sound from the speaker being tested. Once you have checked that each speaker response to the battery it is now time to use one speaker as your testing tool to find or check for output sound off of your radio. Take just one of your working speakers and extend wires from the spkr terminals long enough for the speaker to be places on your seat or a safe and stable service. Remove the radio and locate the speaker wire output or wiring diagram if available. Most after market radios like Alpine,Sony and Pioneer will have a standard wireing system..as follows, (+Gray,-gray/back=front right)(+white,-white/black=front left)(+green,-green/black=left rear)(+purple,-purple/black=rear right) NOTE(Do not connect the 2 wires together but 1 wire from the speaker lead, to only 1 wire from the speaker out on the radio and the other speaker lead wire with the other speaker out from the radio) Connect the leads from the speaker to the speaker wires that lead dirrectly out of the radio to check for sound. If you have a nissan radio in yout car you will need to refer to the wiring diagram to locate the speaker output wires. Be sure not to confuse the power wires with the speaker wires or you run the risk of popping your test speaker.It would be a good Idea to use an old junk speaker while doing this test.(After market power wires are commonly solid yellow+ ,solid red+ or somtimes solid orange+)The factory Nissan speaker wires that you find at the speaker should match the same colors behind the OEM radio to narrow down your options. If your system has a factory or after market amp you will need to do a more advance check.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: YUKON CD PLAYER NO SOUND!
Is your IP Bus cable on the INPUT and not the OUTPUT ? I know it sounds funny, but usually(95%), that's the case. If it's in the wrong plug, you'll have power and a display, but no audio. That's why your getting data but no audio.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
set it to radio or put in a cd and put it on cd mode and try playing if there is no sound then check radio fuse in the fuse box to see if th eamp fuse is blown.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
It sounds like the amp is not functioning on the radio. If you install and after market cd player the radio still won't play because it's the same amp.
Now, if you would change the radio and it still won't play, it sound like it would be the wiring to the speakers. Speakers usually don't burn out, but anything is possible.
I hope this helped.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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