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Wont run son cut radio connector to do aftermarket radio to short to splice wires

Wired after market connector direct to wires now truck wont run, power windows,locks an keyless entry doesnt work either. checked fuses

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    LARRY MARESH Apr 04, 2015

    2003 GMC SIERRA 2500HD with no run no power acc. Truck starts an dies right away.

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Sounds like theft proof issue. Make and Model would help.

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