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Old 12 Oct 2006, 10:35 am   #1 (permalink)
elimn17@hotmail.com
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Default Stock stereo problem

i have a 93 toyota camry LE and i wanted to take out the stock stereo
and put in my nice cd player. i bought a harness and i got it all wired
together (i think i was done correctly) and nothing happened. i couldnt
turn it no. Nothing. so i monkeyed with it and couldnt get it to work.
so i put my stock stereo back in and it worked fine. then i tryed to
monkey with the nice cd player again. but it didnt work. so i put my
stock stereo in again and now it wont work. i dont think i needs the
anti theft code (just becuase i took out the stock stereo and put it
back in the first time and it worked fine, the second time it didnt
work). i dont know if i blew soemthing. me and my dad checked to see if
there was power coming in and out of the pluggs and there was accept to
the main plug that pluggs into the stock stereo (i dont know if that is
worth mentioning).

thanks

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Old 13 Oct 2006, 10:56 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure what you mean by:

elimn17@hotmail.com wrote:
>me and my dad checked to see if
> there was power coming in and out of the pluggs and there was accept to
> the main plug that pluggs into the stock stereo


Basically you need to check if a fuse was blown in the process. If this
is the case you'll get no power at the radio connector with the key at
the ACC position, and you will need to double check the conversion
harness to make sure all wire assignments are correct.

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Old 13 Oct 2006, 11:54 pm   #3 (permalink)
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johngdole@hotmail.com wrote:
> Not sure what you mean by:
>
> elimn17@hotmail.com wrote:
> >me and my dad checked to see if
> > there was power coming in and out of the pluggs and there was accept to
> > the main plug that pluggs into the stock stereo

>
> Basically you need to check if a fuse was blown in the process. If this
> is the case you'll get no power at the radio connector with the key at
> the ACC position, and you will need to double check the conversion
> harness to make sure all wire assignments are correct.



So how do you check the coversion harness to see if everything is
correct?

thanks

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Old 13 Oct 2006, 11:56 pm   #4 (permalink)
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elim...@hotmail.com wrote:
> johngdole@hotmail.com wrote:
> > Not sure what you mean by:
> >
> > elimn17@hotmail.com wrote:
> > >me and my dad checked to see if
> > > there was power coming in and out of the pluggs and there was accept to
> > > the main plug that pluggs into the stock stereo

> >
> > Basically you need to check if a fuse was blown in the process. If this
> > is the case you'll get no power at the radio connector with the key at
> > the ACC position, and you will need to double check the conversion
> > harness to make sure all wire assignments are correct.

>
>
> So how do you check the coversion harness to see if everything is
> correct?
>
> thanks



I ment to add this too. what happenes if all the fuses are good?

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