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After Market Radio Installation

I am trying to install an aftermarket CD/Radio. The system I have now has an Aux Tape Player. When I install the Aftermarket Radio I Do Not get anything from the speakers. The original Radio has two sets of plugs in the back of the radio. The speakers will not work unless both plugs are connected to the original radio.

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Hey man, you have an amplified system. use a 70-1858 wiring harness and jump the blue/white wire from the aftermarket radio to the pink wire on the second plug. this will power on the factory amp with the aftermarket radio.

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Posted on Mar 17, 2014

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    Joshua Jherico Feb 17, 2015

    yep he's right this will work if you dont have the bose system

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SOURCE: tried to put an aftermarket radio.

Hello, If you haven't cut any wires you really don't need to. They make a plug that you can get at wally world for about $15. It makes a clean installation and when you get ready to sell the envoy you will be able to replace the aftermarket back with the stock radio. It will make the wiring simple and easy also has an adapter for the antenna. Please rate my answer, Thank you.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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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

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SOURCE: I installed an aftermarket stereo into my 95

Check the right wiring diagram for all speakers...

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Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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SOURCE: my radio in my Yukon turns on but no sound comes

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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