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I was installin some subwoofers in my car today..while tryin to connect it to the after market i realized one of the wires with the fuse the comes out of the stereo (yellow) was exposed..i was just gonna cover it up when i think it touch the body and a spark came..since then my stereo stopped working, doors wnt lock automatically and i have no clue wat else to do..evrythin else works perfect please somebody help! how can i fix this without going to a mechanic?? oh and the problem is that the locks work while the car is on drive but as soon as i turn it off the buttons r unresponsive..and the car remote doesnt work either at all..not evn the trunk opens automatically

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Check the wiring instillation , yellow is the ground and rewire .And don't forget to check the fusible link for worn out fuse.

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You popped a fuse.. the yellow is the constant power for the memory of the radio.. check all the fuses ... 1 is blown.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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