Question about Sony Car Audio & Video
It seems that you already check the red wire for positive connection. Check also the black wire for negative and the wire for the antenna.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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try connecting the red and yellow together, and to a 12 volt source. that should deffinately get power to the head unit.
check the fuse under the big connector on the back.
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