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Kenwood DNX7100 no sound when vehicle is started

I have a '06 Dodge Ram with the factory Infinity sound system. Since installing my new head unit about 1 out of 3 times that I get into my truck and start it, there is no sound coming from the truck speakers. I do have a sub in the rear that sound does come from, but none of the door or dash speakers have any sound. I can turn the unit off and then back on, but still no sound. The only way I can fix it is to turn the key off and back on. This is getting old. Any help on fixing this problem would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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  • bobalex1321 Feb 12, 2009

    i have the same kind of thing with my 05 f350 sound from the sub but nothing from the doors and they are infinity 682.9cf everything worked good for about 10,000 miles then this happen maybe loose wire or HU but iam looking to find it KAPPA682.9CF

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'06 and up dodge rams have a CANBUS system, you have to buy an $80 adapter for it to function correctly. Just google "CANBUS adapter".

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