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hi i install a bose 7in cd player came with all the plugeto install it. but the factory radio comes with a amp en the amp do not tune on so audio for the speakers ;no sound comes out.i need the coloer of the wire.that will fix my problem.thank you .my email is. email@example.com
My guess, the switch that is in the female end of the drivers side seat belt. The switch is bad or it's come unpluged or it's corroded. It's hard to get at without pulling the seat (four bolts and a harness plug). The plug for the seatbelt plug is usually under the carpet but if you pop off the plastic cover over the bolt that holds the female end of the belt to the car body there is usually enough slack in the wire to pull it up enough to see if the plug or wire is broken or corroded. If not, pull the bolt (it will be lock-tited in so it will come out hard). If the wire looks good, ground the lead wire (wire that goes to the drivers side female end of the setbelt). If the light goes out the switch in the female end of the belt is bad. If it still does,t go out, well I'd have to be there to troubleshoot it further.
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check that the wiring in the plug is not broken. if you pull the plug out a little so that one contact in the jack contacts both sides,you will hear the dead side come on. If it does not,the wire is either broken in the plug ,or where the wire goes into the headphone.
Now you need to check for spark. Pull a plug wire, and insert a loose plug in the disconnected wire. Crank the engine to see whether there is spark across that gap.
If there is, reconnect the plug wire, take the hoses or whatever off where the air goes in the engine (I am presuming this is fuel injected), and spray starter fluid in the throat, and see if the engine will show signs of life. If it does, you have a fuel problem.
one wire usually to sending unit (which is a rheostat ) from inside it is soldered then up and out to plug....repair anyplace you can get a length of wire to work with or solder a new one in place where old exists now and out to your torn wire..good luck