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No sound coming from deck

The deck produces no sound via tuner or cd I am trying to install in a 1997 Ford Explorer

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  • bubbaj1 Mar 17, 2008

    I am connecting thru the built in amp and yes everything else seems to work just fine.TY

  • renekaizer Aug 09, 2008

    i have called the store that i bought the deck from about the no sound problem but they werent much help. i need to know where to find the built in amp and what to do after that

  • Tygh Duval
    Tygh Duval May 11, 2010

    Are you connecting via the built-in amp or do you have an external amp?

    Does the deck seem to operate fine, other than no sound?

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Check the remote wire(the blue with white) is it giving 12 volts to the factory amp? some ford have amps that needs to turn on when the radio turns on.

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You have to bypass the factory amp. I had the same problem. They burn up really fast when changing the head unit! take it out

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I'm having the same issues. No sound from the unit. Display sits at 87.7 and doesnt indicate any reception from the display. Buttons dont function. Knob changes the volume, buttons beep and light up indication when pressed, and display tilts up and down.

When I had initially wired it up, it worked flawlessly. I have metered at all joining points with total continuity everywhere. Tuner worked and CD worked.

I have tried switching between the AiNet switch underneath with no change as well.

What gives, internal problems?

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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I can't seem to find the manual online, so I'm flying blind. It's possible the wiring harness/connector that connects the deck to the (factory?) speaker wiring may be disconnected. That's the only thing I can think of that would affect all of the channels at the same time. Otherwise, there's always the possibility of the deck having internal issues.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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