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If antenna is not connected will it turn on

Installed all of my wires right and fuses are fine but antenna cable isn't long enough to reach. but she wont come on. could the antenna not being connected make it not turn on

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Definitely double check the ground connection on the installation (Black Wire). Also verify that you have constant 12V+ (Yellow Wire) and accessory 12V+ (Red Wire) at your radio connection. The antenna will not be needed for the radio to power up and many automotive parts stores or stereo shops will sell antenna extension cables anywhere from 1 foot to 18 feet in length.

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The unit should power up without an antenna. If it powers up then you would only get hash noise on the speakers. You can put a paper clip with a 12" piece of wire to the input or where the ant should go to see if you are getting a signal.
If you have power at the unit then you may have a bad ground (-).

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