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chrystler sometimes has an amplifier. the blue with a white stripe wire on the radio is for that. connect it to a black wire that was left over. ps it isn't on the wireharness on the radio. it is the one just laying inside the dash accomidating the other wires. it should turn on just fine.
did you check to make sure your vehicle didnt come with a factory amp, if it has one is it turning on? or did you remember to disconnect the negative battery cable while installing your radio, i know thats a dumb question, once i was installing a pioneer a barely crossed a couple wires and fried the radio, the radio itself worked fine and all the features etc, but it never did play sound again. i always disconnect the power now!!
he tapped into starter wire instead of accessory. Remove radio and verify the switched power (red) wire is properly hooked up to an accessory wire that stays on after vehicle is started.
I believe the wire is white/black behind the radio. Check with a voltmeter to be sure. http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/967.html
for the wire codes to that vehicle.
does the amp turn on when the deck is turned on ? is the ground hooked to the body of the car to bare metal w/out paint ect ...under it ? you may want to take it to a installer there are many things it could be they can also test your rca outputs if thats the problem. curcuit city is a cheap place to have your equipment tested if you live close to one
you'll need a small 12 v lamp to figure out which one has the power terminals. after mapping that out you need to find a small battery and hook it up to a pair of wires to figure out to which speaker the wires go to.
note : new car radios don't use the chassis ground as common (negative).. the head unit has a negative and positive wire for EACH speaker.