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Come on.. then said see ya.. and goes off..

I hooked it up.. and them when i put power to oit.. itcome on then said see ya.. please help

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  • Kade09 Dec 14, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have checked all wiring and fuses and everything looks good. The radio worked fine when I took it out of my jeep. I,m putting it in a '06 chevy silverado. still need help

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Double check your power leads (and the ground for that matter) yellow goes to continous power (battery) red goes to ignition...they may be backwards or your ignition power is missing, check the fuses also.

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