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    head unit fried?

    I was taking out my head unit to re-do some wiring, and as I was i guess 2 wires touched and sparked with some smoke. I dont know what wires it was. I disconnected the power (yellow) wire and reconnected the extra one that was there. My HU won't do anything...alpine 9884 by the way.



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    Re: head unit fried?

    First thing to check is a fuse.
    Secondly I learned the hard way to ALWAYS disconnect connection at battery first.




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    Re: head unit fried?

    what fuse do I check? where is it? and how do I know if its bad?



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