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    new to this having problems

    ok hers my problem i just bought a head unit and speakers for my 88 dodge. i installed the headunit last week everything was fine last night i put in the rear speakers they worked fine today i installed the front speakers they worked fine until i was putting my glove box back in i touched the two wire for the glove box light together i blew a fuse so i replaced it. i was a bit scared for my head unit i turned it on it power up but no sound to the speakers so i but some old speakers to the back of it and they worked fine so i have no clue what to do to fix this problem. o ya i can only get one rear speaker to some what work when i put my old radio back in







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    Re: new to this having problems

    Quote Originally Posted by NeilBmx
    ok hers my problem i just bought a head unit and speakers for my 88 dodge. i installed the headunit last week everything was fine last night i put in the rear speakers they worked fine today i installed the front speakers they worked fine until i was putting my glove box back in i touched the two wire for the glove box light together i blew a fuse so i replaced it. i was a bit scared for my head unit i turned it on it power up but no sound to the speakers so i but some old speakers to the back of it and they worked fine so i have no clue what to do to fix this problem. o ya i can only get one rear speaker to some what work when i put my old radio back in
    Being a little more clear of the problem may help . It sounds like you have a speaker wire shorted somewhere . CHeck all you connections and check for shorts ..




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    Re: new to this having problems

    could there be a different fuse for the headunit and the speakers




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    Re: new to this having problems

    ya it was the head unit fuse didnt even think of checking it thanx for the help




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