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My ipod wont play on my pioneer radio

It shows that the songs are playing and that the ipod is connected but no sound

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When me and my friend installed his pioneer, the same thig happened and it was because we plugged in his wire harness upside down, check that out, its probably just something little like that.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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