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1985 Mercedes 300SD: The radio DEH-P4500MP was removed for console shifter repair. The radio is properly installed and the main wire harness connector and the antenna are properly connected. The radio powers up and indicates that when commanded the unit changes from AM, FM and CD functions. Volume indicates that it increases and decreases as commanded, however no sound at all is output at the speakers. The radio was functioning prior to removal. The vehcile wiring diagram indicates a fader bwtween the radio and speakers. The fader and speakers power and ground circuits are all provded and controlled by the radio on the facory wiring digram. Any direction would be appreciated.

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It is possible that the original connectors are wired differently to the new radio.

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You may need a conversion cable for fitting. These are readily available.

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