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Car stereo and car remote not working

My stereo and car remote were working fine until I removed the Aftermarket head unit. I put my stock deck back in and no power and now my remote for my doors doesn't work either. I checked some fuses(not all) and they were fine. any ideas what it could be? it a 1999 grand prix gt by the way.

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  • nedster May 29, 2008

    i tried hooking my alpine deck back up to see if that might be the problem and there is no power on that either.

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Definitely check all the fuses. Even the ones under the hood.

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