Bought new. first time install, have not tightened up everything(still electical tape, but no sound. I also bought pioneer 100 something for ipod, no aux, no radio, just installed new ant.(mauel because power ant. went crazy) i am installing it in jeep 94 grand cherokee. any insight would be greatly appreseated
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blk-ground yel-constant 12v red-switched 12v blu-power antenna blu/wht-amp turn on orn-illumination Speakers- black stripes are negative. whites-front left greys-front rights greens-rear left violets-rear rights tape off any unused wires, do not let them touch ground or any other wire.
It could be your wiring as well. Sometimes, when speaker wire gets cut and grounded, like your factory wiring to your door speakers or you tap into facrotry speaker wires to add more, the load on your deck increases. When the volume gets to a certain level, it will cut off because of the heat produced to maintain the load.
If the vehicle has a premium sound package - you need to use the remote wire to turn on the factiry amplifier.
If you want to use the power from the radio for the speakers, you must buy and install a factory amplifier bypass harness.
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Its not the select button, you must have the power off and hold the function button down for about 5 seconds, display will change and you will be able to navigate your way to the clock from there. Hope this helps.
did you check to make sure your vehicle didnt come with a factory amp, if it has one is it turning on? or did you remember to disconnect the negative battery cable while installing your radio, i know thats a dumb question, once i was installing a pioneer a barely crossed a couple wires and fried the radio, the radio itself worked fine and all the features etc, but it never did play sound again. i always disconnect the power now!!