Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
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.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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