Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
Try to backtrack all the things you did. See if there was something you cut, and triggered this. The best way to solve this problem is to try to pinpoint exactly what you did to trigger this. Was a wire that was cut touch a metal part? How did you connect the amp? Did you tap the input to the amp from the factory radios speaker? etc. If you triggered a disabling system, it would be very difficult to bypass that especially if it was factory installed. Trying to disable that would only add to the problem you already have.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
No this cant do must damage even if the radio was bad. It could blow some fuse that is it.
The first thing that you should check, are a the fuse intact.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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