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My 12 VDV/29 Amp "power outlet" is dead as well - no fuses seem to be effected and the radio powers on and seems to function in every other way!

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Check all fuses including under the hood more info would have helped

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SOURCE: Ihave power but no sound

hi bign,

try the following things:

1:Try checking your ground connections, if they are good, then try regrounding the head unit to some bare metal in the dashboard, you could have a problem with the factory ground.

2:try looking at your speaker connections, sounds you have a wire grounding,try disconnecting all speakers and see if it does it. If not, try connecting one at a time, see if you can single out the speaker thats causing the problem

and also check to make sure the speaker terminals are not touching any metal, which is unlikely, because they are factory speakers.

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SOURCE: i need to install a 12 volt power outlet on my truck

this should be a simple task for you since the cherokee already runs on a 12 volt power system. the easiest way to do it would be run a single pair wire from the battery itself to a 12 volt connector. there are harder, more detailed versions of this where you would need to dig into the fuse box, but if you are looking to power something low voltage like a gps, cell phone the first way will work.

you can buy the connector and wire with a fuse on it from any autoparts store. you will need to drill through your firewall and I would recommend a uni-bit or multi-bit to get through it. it will go right on to your drill.

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check to see if you have any grounding issues or if ground is present

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