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If you have power and, the RCAs are properly connected from the stereo to the amp and you still have no sound; the next step is to check that the speaker wires are connected. If the twelves are in a box also ckeck inside the box to see if the speakers wires are connected.
The best way is to get a stereo installation kit designed for your car. It will have the surround for the new stereo to fit where the stock stereo fit. Also, it comes with a wiring harness that you connect the new stereo to then it plugs in to the stock radio plug. Most local automotive stereo stores should carry them.
well the most common wire for the new stereo is black (earth), red(Power), blue(Remote), yellow(memory), white,grey(front speakers), green, purple(rear speaker) lil hint if u havent taken the stereo out yet when u do transfur every wire 1 by 1 then u no u wont stuff up