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I installed my new car speakers and it says failure on my deck when i turn on my car, the back passanger side speaker doesnt work and everytime i turn my car on or off it makes a high pitch sqeaking noise for about 3 seconds staight My car is a 2000 pontiac grand am se

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U have A SHORT IN your CONNECTION. Make sure your wires are not hitting any metal or your wires are not hitting any metal.

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Need the pin positions of the wire harness


  • red is switched ignition 12 volts (only on with cars running)
  • yellow is constant power 12volts ( have voltage at all time even when car off this wire allows you to save station and clock so you are not allway resting the clock and stations)
  • black is ground ( connected to the frame of car or a good metal part that is connected the frame of car with out a good ground the circuit will not be completed and the radio will not power up )
  • white drive side front (+) speaker wire
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  • gray passanger front (+) speaker wire
  • gray/black strip passanger front (-) speaker wire
  • green driver side rear (+) speaker wire
  • green driver side rear (-) speaker wire
  • purple passanger rear (+) speaker wire
  • purple/black strip passanger rear (-) speaker wire
  • blue or blue/white strip wire is (remote amp turn on or power antenna )
  • orange wire is (dimmer for light in car )99% of all cars these days don't use this wire
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When speaker is disconnected cars back suspension does not work


thats messed up ,,,the air ride control module is located on the rear deck lid near the speaker,my guess is you got a pinched wires causing the rear speaker to mess up the air ride,because they dont normal have anything to do with each other,,thats my guess,,

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Need to know the wires to install a deck for 97


Red is power to from ignition to cd deck
Yellow is direct power from battery to cd deck to hold the memory.
Black is ground
Blue is only needed if you are hooking up an amplifier.
I always suggest buying a wire harness quick connect system for $5, then you won't have to cut origional car wiring. If by chance you are taking the original wire route, then go to installer.com to find which wires on the car are for what.

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Amp won't turn back on, all fuses fine, all connections good


that sounds like the amp might have a bad ground.

Mar 15, 2009 | Kenwood Car Audio & Video

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Kenwood deck reads protect and won't function


you have one of your speaker wires shorted out to the body of the car somewhere, or the speakers that you installed are bad. That is the only two reasons it will go into protect. Correct the problem, then reset the deck - it should work fine.
Kenwood builds this feature in to protect the outputs - so they dont burn up in the case of shorted speakers or wiring.

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Speaker Failure


If your receiver's ground wire isn't connected probably your going to cause a chain of small short circuits that will continue to arise. The head unit needs to be properly wired and installed. It is a possibility that you may have a problem with the speakers building a magnetic force onto the steel frame of your speaker mounts, causing it to give you the "faliure beep and message" and the cd player takes action in cutting off the source of problem. I would remove your head unit, if you are unable to do so bring your car to a a local service tec, and have it removed, but watch carefully so you know how to do it next time. And once out, trace all your wires to each other and assure a contact is made. The ground is easy, If its fair sizes wire in length and it isn't connected. Look for a mounting screw inside of your dash, preferably one running to your metal dash itself. If you cant find one, you can always mount the same screws your cd player mounts onto. BUT look for a stand alone spot for it to screw in for insurance that its not gong to come loose.
Good luck and ask more questions so i can further assist you.

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Prot. light at High vol. (forget Bass CD)


You may have the speakers wired for the wrong impedance.

How many ohms per voice coil?

How many voice coils per speaker?

If the speakers are DVC, are the coils of each speaker wired in series or parallel?

Are the speakers bridged on the amp or one per channel?

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You need to remove the entire package tray to access the speakers. Remove the side interior plastic panels, and the seat back small piece on each side to help.

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Installing 4x10 speakers in the back of a 1984 cadillac eldorado


I can't remember your car exactly but if your speakers are in the rear deck, you often times have to start by removing the bottom portion of the rear seat, then the back portion of the rear seat, then the deck cover. Sometimes the side plastic pieces have to come out too. It's a pain but that is the way it gets done.

Feb 07, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

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No sound


you may have a blown speaker...many cd decks will shut off their audio circuits when a speaker is blown to protect from shorting out. Go to the back of the deck and try disconnecting speakers one by one. You will have to turn the deck off and back on each time. Hope this helps!

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