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No Power I installed a new cd player for my car by myself, but it won't power on. The only thing that seems to work is a little flashing red anti-theft light. Does this indicate that the wiring is ok? I checked all the connections to make sure they were tight and that each wire was connected to the right one and all looked good. I also changed the fuses in the fuse box, but that didn't seem to make any difference either. I'm getting pretty frustrated, because I really don't know what else to do! Please help! Thanks so much!

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Make sure you have power at the end of the harness which connects to the deck. also insure that you have the 12v constant and 12v interupited hooked up correctly. this is usually the problem when the deck reconizes power but not to power it. also make sure you have the key on acc.  becasue this is one way to connect the 12v interupted. 

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Make sure u have power at the back of the radio. U said u replaced the fuses in the fuse box. Some aftermarket units have in-line fuses that can be open. So, check to see if there is an in-line fuse for the memory/back-up and B+ leads. If there is, more than likely, one of them is blown.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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