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I have a 2004 silverado with a bose system. The scosche wiring harness i bought says to put the rca jacks into the pre-outs. Everything with the player works but i get no sound out of it

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There is a blue and white wire from the head unit that needs to be connected to the blue wire from your car harness. This powers up a separate amplifier that provides sound to the speakers crossovers. Without doing this you will not get any sound.

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Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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