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Re: 99 ford excort with no ac
The only thing that might hapen you blown a fuses put the ac on open the hood look at the ac compressor look if the ac clucht that the front of compressor if it turn if it turn go inside does the blower motor work fan inside of car work if the fan doent work and the ac clucht burn fuses or on the passager side under the dash the blower motor is there lots of time the resistor burn on those check it out let me know
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put back the factory stereo if the car works then you have a model that depends on that head unite you will need to use a factory stereo by pass harness to solve this problem when you install you after market unite.this is a common issue with newer factory stereo's if putting back your factory stereo does not fix this then check all your fuse's generly there are more then one fuse box in newer cars
you need to get the theft code fron a g.m. dealer; the theft lock was not de-activated before it was removed from the original vehicle.if you know the original owner the code should be in their owners manual
Red(is power, Orange(is led power Black(is ground Their should be a bunch of other wires with light colors that are your speakers. If this info don't match. Buy a power tester and ground it and test each wire.
First make sure you haven't turned the dash lights down so low that you can't tell that they are on. After that look for a wire coming from your headlight switch that is disconnected. Your headlight switch is also a "dimmer" switch and a separate power wire is probably required to operate this dimmer switch connected to your dash lights (including the lights in your stereo) you have probably ran this variable wire to your stereo and inadvertantly disconnected your dash lights.