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System was working fine and now there's no sound, but deck still does everything else.

No sound, but deck still functions fine

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Unplug the wiring harness at the point of connection to the harness coming up from the car. (Its blue to white connection) It will reset everything and sound will come back. I've done this before so your not alone.

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The speaker wiring might be damaged. ( cauese :- Wires getting caught to door, Heavy weights can also seperate wires by breaking them ).

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