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Installed a used but tested good deck in my truck, Alpine CDE133BT and I have no sound from wired speakers but my amp and sub are working?

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The installation, instructions and wiring diagram are here. Buying used is full of dangers. I would want to see it working before buying.

Alpine CDE133BT Google Search

Posted on Dec 14, 2016

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  • Jason Inskeep
    Jason Inskeep Dec 14, 2016

    I bought new just putting deck in different truck.

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Dec 14, 2016

    Oh OK, check wiring and earths.

  • Jason Inskeep
    Jason Inskeep Dec 14, 2016

    Wiring all correct, yellow to constant 12v power, red to switched power, blue w white stripe to amp, double ground chassis and amp ground through black and all speaker wires solids to positive stripped to ground. Speakers pop when deck turns on but no sound from speakers wired to head unit. Subwoofer working through amp though? Has yellow allumination wire that is n/a in old truck and a solid blue for power antenna also n/a in this application.

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Dec 14, 2016

    Page 35. Looks like wiring not quite right.
    http://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&e...

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Dec 14, 2016

    Yellow to Battery, Red to ignition, Blue and White remote turn on, blue to antennae, speakers have polarity.

  • Professor_V
    Professor_V Dec 24, 2016

    THERE ARE MANY APROACHES TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS TYPE OF PROBLEM, BUT YOU MIGHT SIMPLIFY IT SOME BY SIMPLY USING A KNOW GOOD SPEAKER ON A COUPLE OF FEET OF WIRE AND JUST CONNECT IT STRAIGHT TO THE BACK OF THE UNITS WIRING HARNESS CHECKING THE OUTPUT OF EACH OF THE 4 OUTPUTS. THIS WAY YOU FIRST DETERMINE THAT THERE IS NO PROBLEM WITH THE PLAYER. THEN MOVE ON TO CHECKING THE WIRING AND THE SPEAKERS. IF YOU HAVE NO OUTPUT FROM THE PLAYER USING THE TEST SPEAKER, THEN SOMEONE HAD A WIRING OR SPEAKER FAULT IN THE PAST AND BURNED UP THE OUTPUT IC WITHIN THE PLAYER. MOST TIMES THIS HAPPENS, IT DOES NOT EFFECT THE RCA LOW-LEVEL OUTPUTS. ONE OTHER CAUTION IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NO OPTION IN ANY OF THE SOUND MENUS TO ACTUALLY TURN OFF THE SPEAKER LEVEL OUTPUTS. WHILE RARE, SOME DECKS ACTUALLY HAVE THIS OPTION. OK. HOPE THIS HELPS......V

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