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I have connected the power and other wires correctly and my pioneer radio will not turn on.

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Is there a fuse in the inline fuse holder on the positive (red) wire?
Where have you connected the positive and negative wires?
What colour wire have you connected to the accessories position of the ignition switch, or within the fuse box?

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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No, make sure the vehicle key is in the aux or on position. If this still doesn't work, recheck the wiring. Also, make sure you have a good ground.

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