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No power getting to my radio i am in the middle of putting in a new radio and there is no power getting threw the harness

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What type of vehicle do you have? check the fuses in the box or box's. what type of radio are you installing and are you using the aftermarket wire harness that plugs directly into the factory chassis harness? sorry about all the questions but this will really help me solve your issue. thank you and let me know

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One thing Is for sure you def blew something.

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