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Cqdf903u powering on but no sound in 2001 vw jetta

I am getting power but no sound all wires are hooked up in the dash and the wiring harness. very irritated that im getting no sound whatsoever. it is the stock speakers. the only thing i can come up with is that i might have the wrong wiring harness for the 8 speaker system. It allows me to plug in the front and rear speakers into the harness but not the front and back tweeters in the doors. but i would still get sound wouldn't i

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