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    I have been using a P.I.E. GM12-AUXV2 auxiliary input in my 2004 Tahoe to connect my carputer to my factory stereo and it was working perfect. My wife drove it a few days ago and said she pushed several buttons on the stereo and now it's as if the stereo is not recognizing the carputer. I hooked up another source and also no sound. Does anyone know what could be the problem?
    Thanks.

  • #2
    Well your first problem was letting your wife push buttons without supervision. That is almost always an invitation for disaster!

    The last after market stereo I had installed had various inputs and a single button to change form one to another. It was extremely annoying not being able to go straight to the input I wanted, but it did have an option to disable unused inputs and remove them from the rotation. Perhaps that's what happened?

    Does everything else on the stereo work fine?
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    • #3
      yes, everything thing else on the stereo still works perfect. Also, this is the factory stereo.

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      • #4
        That mine was aftermarket is irrelevant, was just relating an anecdote to a sort of similarish situation I had.

        My only advice now is put your wife in time out and never let her near your setup again :P
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        Install: Someday soon...

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        • #5
          Try to unplug the P.I.E. GM12-AUXV2 and plud it back in to reset it see if that works.
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