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No sound on after market radio

The stock radio is not infinity nor are the speakers.

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Did the radio have sound before the radio was put in?

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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  • chad graves Jul 03, 2008

    check the relays under the hood for a name brand speaker relay. cant remember if all were labeled infinity or not. if you could give me the vin# it would be lots of help.

  • chad graves Jul 03, 2008

    any speakers in the dash?

  • chad graves Jul 03, 2008

    if it has the base system it is straight up wiring like any other car would be

  • chad graves Jul 03, 2008

    the easiest way to tell if highline is the connector on the speaker highline has a 6 pin connector and base has a 4 pin with 2 wires. the only thing in common with all the speakers on a base setup is the radio.

  • chad graves Jul 03, 2008

    is the blue wire on the radio connected? it will work normally with highline as long as its hooked up. unless there is a problem in the van its self relay, radio choke.

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