Question about JVC KD-G230 CD Player
Tried to hook my amp up in my car now the radio wont come one what should i do
I am sure that the radio fuse was checked to see if power is actually going to the radio? The next thing to check is the multipin plug on the back of the radio. If it was removed sometimes the pins get bent when plugged back in. Make sure all pins are clean and straight. Try to disconnect wires that were changed to install the amp and put everything back to original and see if the radio works. The amp should have a direct connection to the battery with its on fuse correct? Depending on the amp if new or used may have internal problems and will have to be sent back to the manufacturer for repair. Hopefully when the wiring is put back to normal in the vehicle the radio should work, unless the amp load has damaged the output transistors to the original radio. Good luck.
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