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It sounds like you blew a fuse or the circuit relay. When installing aftermarket decks they should be wired independently and on there own fuse. Disconnect power to the deck and replace the circuit breaker or fuse to the flashers
Dodge fuse blocks are usually upside down at the base of the dashboard on the driver side, very near the flasher that would drive the rear turn signals, there are two, one drives the turn signal and one drives the Emergency flasher. With any flasher working, you can feel which one it is, you can find it by the sound it makes.
If your KENWOOD unit is experiencing audio problems (NO Audio), but do have audio when TUNER is selected as the source, you may have problems with your installation.
NOTE: If using an external amplifier or the unit was installed using a separately purchased wiring harness for your specific vehicle, please check the following
If Using an External Amplifier
The P.CONT or REMOTE terminal on the external amplifier requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. This terminal should be connected to the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire on the Kenwood harness and not the solid BLUE ANT.CONT wire.
If Using a Vehicle Specific Harness The vehicle has a factory installed amplifier and requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. Make sure that the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire is connected to the vehicle specific harness and NOT the sold BLUE ANT.CONT wire.
The solid BLUE ANT. CONT wire is used to trigger a power antenna ONLY when the tuner is selected as the source. Using this wire to “turn on” an external amplifier or factory installed amplifier will only allow it to work when TUNER is selected. Please refer to your instruction manual for proper installation. If you are not completely comfortable with installing the unit yourself, we recommend that you seek assistance from a professional installer.
Try getting in your car and turning on all of your accecories like windsheild wipers interior light turn signals ect.if other accesories are not working locate your fuse panel and look for a fuse that corresponds to an accesorie that is not working ,replace it and it should work.If the cd player is an aftermarket cd then they have an inline fuse on the back of the unit either directly plugged into the stereo or it there will be a fuse in one of the power wires.replace if blown and you should be fine,Rate me FIXYA! if this helps.GOOD LUCK.