Q: I just put in a new aftermarket radio into my girls Acura TL 2005 and I connected the harness's together correctly but no sound

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I put in a new aftermarket radio in my car. The harness from the radio to the car is all correct but no sound at all. Everything is correct. How do I get sound

My car has 70000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. A common problem that occurs when installing aftermarket stereo systems is a fuse or electrical relay breaks. This can easily occur if the car battery was not removed during the service. I would verify all fuses and electrical relays, as well as electrical connections first to try and resolve your issues. Otherwise, it would be a good idea to contact the stereo manufacturer for technical assistance on this manner, since we’re unable to complete aftermarket service.

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