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Error message "INTERUPED"

I just bought a new truck and i was putting my stereo into my new truck. I have power to my deck everything comes on. I can go to settings change time and date all of that. but as soon as you put a cd in it says "INTURUPED" you also can not switch to the radio either it says the same thing INTERUPED. Can somebody help running out of ideas. Thanks.

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  • heather donovan Jun 11, 2007

    Thanks yup that worked have all sound now. but my amp is not working hahaha one thing after another

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Check the pink wire at the back of the deck. It shouldn't be connected to anything, and you need to make sure it isn't pinched or shorted. "INTERUPED" means that the deck thinks that it's connected to a hands-free kit for a wireless phone, and that you're receiving a call. The pink wire is the interface wire for that type of system.

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