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Half of my dash is working and half is not??

I changed the stock deck in my civic si 2005 but when i finished the the half dash was working and the other half wasnt working?

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  • blingbling81 May 28, 2010

    which part? check fuses and ill

  • dsosalopez May 28, 2010

    i checked the 2 boxes of fuses and all them are good.

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Is it a display? there is extra wires in the harness that runs the display lik a holden astra

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