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There is no power to the speakers at all anymore. The only sound that you hear coming from them is a pop when the deck is turned on. All the functions still work fine. It still reads the Ipod and says it is playing. Cds show that they are playing. It seems like maybe a fuse is out inside the deck. I've also check the power IC and it is set to on. Do you know what could be causing this problem?

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It's possible that you have a shorted speaker wire. If one of the speaker wires is pinched, grounded or shorted it will cause the deck's internal amplifier to shut down. The easiest way to check is with a multimeter's resistance function. Remove the CD player and unplug it. Set your multimeter for "resistance" or "continuity". Attach the black probe to chassis ground; you can use the black ground wire in the deck's harness, clean dash metal, or the outer ring of your cigarette lighter. Use the red probe to test each of the speaker outputs in the harness: white, gray, green and violet. If you find a speaker wire that shows any continuity with chassis ground, then that's the cause of the problem. A speaker with a damaged voice coil may also cause the deck to shut down. To test this, probe the positive and negative leads of each speaker and test the resistance between them. For example, to test the left front speaker you'd put the red probe on the white wire and the black probe on the white/black wire. Each speaker should read a minimum of 3 ohms of resistance. If you get a lower reading then it might be causing your problem. If you don't find a problem with any of the speaker wires, then chances are the deck's internal amplifier has failed.

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

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Please provide more detail of your system's setup and connections. Thanks!

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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have you fixed it yet? if not try this. your car probably has factory amplified speakers. hook up the remote wire AND the power antenna wire to the blue factory amp wire and it should work just fine

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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check the manual to see how to turn IC on and off. Maybe the deck is set to de-activate the internal amp

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Haveing trouble hearing sound when I have my IPod connected

Have you tried turning up the ipod. the RCA AUX in is looking for 5v line level

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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