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Radio on but no sound

I have checked all the wires, fuss. Do i have amps somewhere in the car that I can get to so I can check those fuses? radio is on but no sound, what is the color coding for the radio wires, i need to connect a blue wire from my aftermarket radio to the stock car amplifier

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  • yonniki Dec 28, 2008

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    I have the same problem. I was changing the radio station and the sound cut out! All other operations are functional on the face plate. Trying to atttempt to trouble shoot the problem. Your help is appreciated.

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Try going in to your settings and turn the antenna power on...it's something to do with one of the factory presets on the antenna...check it out and let us know if it works. I had to do it on my d3

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