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Kenwood kdc-mp528 amp/speaker problem???

Hi there i currently have a Kenwood kdc-mp528 deck and have recently purchased a 4 channel amp and speakers for the back, i ran all my wires and everything works great on tuner but when i change the source to CD it wont play out of my back speakers? i was wondering if anyone out there would be able to help me?

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  • Kyle Desjarlais May 12, 2007

    Thats awesome i was kind of thinking that might be it but was trying to avoid taking apart my dash again :P, your soultion worked great thank you very much!

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This is a common mistake. This problem indicates that you are using the solid blue wire from the head unit to the remote turn-on on the amp. This is a power antenna wire that only receives power when on FM radio. You need to replace this with the Blue & White wire from the head unit (power control wire) to your remote turn-on on your amp. This should solve your issue.

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