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does the stereo have sub settings they could have it turned off. did you connect the remote wire to the amp(its used for turning on the amp or for powering a power antenna usual a blue wire coming from the head unit). also check the fuse on the amp. hope this helps.
This may be a compatibility issue as Bose equipment is not generally compatible with non-Bose aftermarket products. The I/O interface voltages require different levels in Bose products. Without knowing your complete setup and the model numbers it is hard to say what may be going on with your set up. Sorry.
As well as the normal 12 volt line form the ignition switch, there is a 'permanently on' 12 volt lead, which keeps the clock and memories going even when the ignition is turned off. It sounds like the installer has missed connecting this one.
Get an adaptor wiring harness. It plugs directly into the plug in the truck. The wires are all labeled and you won't have to hack up the wiring in the truck. You can get the adaptor whereever they sell car stereos.
Well you can please follow the below steps - 1. Disconnect your car battery. It is vitally important to your safety that you never work on any type of electronic in your car with the battery still connected, as this puts you at risk for electrocution. 2. Remove the old stereo by taking off all the dashboard panels surrounding your stereo, sliding out your old stereo head unit, and unplugging all the wires that are connected to the head unit. Discard the old stereo. 3. Take your Pioneer car stereo head unit and plug each of the positive wires from your car speakers to the positive terminals on the head unit. Take all of the negative speaker wires and connect them to the negative terminals on the head unit. 4. Attach the stereo's black ground wire to a metal bolt or screw located near where the stereo is mounted in the dash. 5. Connect all of the ignition power wires to your Pioneer stereo. 6. Take the harness connector and plug it into your car stereo. Now plug the antenna into the back of your head unit. 7. Slide the stereo back into the dash, screw it in place, and replace the dashboard pieces you removed earlier. 8. Reconnect your car battery, turn the car on and test out your new Pioneer car stereo. Please post comments for more help or information..........
Yellow (module memory) 12v wire needs constant power... any "always on" circuit in your car. Red power wire can be connected to your AUX fuse on your fuse panel.... or to the red power lead that powers your original radio.