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Which diagrams do you need?...if it is to install an aftermarket deck, get an adapter so u dont cut into the factory wiring harness..the adapter plugs into the factory plug and allows u to solder the aftermarket radio wires to the other side of it.I have attached a link to where u can get the adapters...unfortunatly this wont allow me to send u my radio schematics that are in PDF format.
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factory or aftermarket radio? I really cant help much on factory, if its aftermarket check your power and ground wires have good connection and in proper places, also check fuse on the back of your stereo

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was this a hack job?> cutting wires. (cutting harness wires?)
or did you use those nice install kits with the connector pig tails
that find the factory harness connector.
if you messed it up, only the FSM can save you now.
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http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

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I got a 2004 impala Afternarket radio problem


Did you use the correct harness adapter for the aftermarket radio? The factory radio systems use Class 2 serial data communications between the body computer module and the radio. The class 2 communications is what "wakes up" the radio.

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