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Sound works thru the wireless headphones, but not thru speakers?

Sound works thru headphones but not thru speakers... Is there a station i need to be on? I have flipped the toggle switch to listen thru thr truck speakers.....

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  • brisdad27 Jan 18, 2009

    Is there a station i have to have the radio on to hear it? THe speaker connections are good.... I talked to the guy who i bought the truck from and he said that i have to have the radio on a certain station. There is a toggle switch that needs to be on when wanting to hear the sound thru the truck speakers.

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Go over all speaker connections and ensure they are good and also plugged in to the head unit and that the wires didn't fall out during install.

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