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MY RADIO WON'T WORK, I checked for +12v, switched +12v, grnd stap ok, same problem with 3 different radios, what do I look for next?

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You've got 12+ volt constant to radio as well as 12 v+ switch and wired properly If I read that correctly?
Any light up of stereo, time, stations etc?
Have you tried temporarily, to hook-up an alternate speaker to one of the speaker terminals, without hooking into speaker harness on vehicle? What I'm getting at here is that some/a lot, of those systems go to an amp then on to speakers, so it may be an amp problem as well.This link below may be of some help as well.
http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/1824.html

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