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95 ford probe wiring harness. no sound but turns on

My probe has a premium sound system with the square part on the harness
at first when i had my friend hook it up it played out sound and everything but then when he went to put in subs at a different time when he turned on the car the sound didn't work for some reason. Then I had a guy who works with cars for a living rehook it up with that stereo and his pioneer that he knew worked but still no sound. I've went to best buy 2 times now to figure out whats wrong and they told me to hook up the blue wires with the red and white. If you know of anything to try let me know.
and it's not the speaker because when you hook up the stock the sound comes out.

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Hey I cant help you with your problem but can you help me? i have a 95 ford probe with a metal ended square harness on it, i went to canadian tire 100 times looking for the right harness and none fit it. a couple months later I had found another harness connector a few inches don't from the other square one.Now before i found that one i cut the harness and tried manually connecting them to the new radio. The radio would turn on but now sound would play.... and i tired 9 colour codes still nothing. if you have any idea about my problem it would be much appreciated thanks.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

  • xxxscott15 Jan 01, 2011

    Okay the problem is that you probably have a factory amp , or a premium sound system from the ford factory. because of this the amplifier located either behind the passenger rear speaker or under the passenger seat you are unable to hear sound due to the amplifier. what you have to do is find the amplifier and buy a connecter for the wiring harness. the amplifier has to outputs and you can get a small adapter for it for like 10$ and wa la you should have sound. I hope this helps ;)

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