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    I have 2004 Passat, and ive been messing with fuses yesterday, checking them.
    Today when i started my car i found out that none of my speakers work. although cd player is running. I checked the fuse panel several times already, everything is just fine.
    CD player works fine too, there is just no sound coming out. I used to have a monsoon system, but i changed my cd player to Pioneer Premier FH-P800BT. I still have an external amplifier.
    Anybody has a clue?

  • #2
    That's all you did yesterday is check fuses? And you're SURE they're all ok? Does your external amp have a separate fuse on the device itself? Also, how does it hook to your Pioneer deck? When you pulled fuses did it reset your pioneer's settings? Do you need to reprogram it to direct sound to your amp?
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    • #3
      Ok everything got fixed couple minutes ago...i still dont know how.
      I checked all fuses. It didnt help
      Then i took cd player reconnected all cables, also reconnected wires to amp itself.
      I also tried unpluging car battery. It all didnt help.
      So i came here to write my first post...then i go back and it works :S
      Iknow ure gonna say its a loose connection or something, but i doubt it.
      Anyway main thing it got fixed.... im not playing with fuses again

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      • #4
        And answering ur questions.
        No it didnt reset players settings when i pulled fuses out, although disconnecting battery sure did.
        Im not sure aabout a fuse on amp itself, because amp is pain to reach.... i wasnt able to see much, except the wires, which i reconnected. I checked the fuse on player, and it was ok too.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tofiy View Post
          Ok everything got fixed couple minutes ago...i still dont know how.
          I checked all fuses. It didnt help
          Then i took cd player reconnected all cables, also reconnected wires to amp itself.
          I also tried unpluging car battery. It all didnt help.
          So i came here to write my first post...then i go back and it works :S
          Iknow ure gonna say its a loose connection or something, but i doubt it.
          Anyway main thing it got fixed.... im not playing with fuses again
          Hmm... prolly a loose connection or something... j/k

          Not sure, that's strange. I was actually suspecting your pioneer HU as not putting the output to the right place.

          Glad you got it fixed tho, nothing more frustrating than no music.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tidder View Post
            Hmm... prolly a loose connection or something... j/k

            Not sure, that's strange. I was actually suspecting your pioneer HU as not putting the output to the right place.

            Glad you got it fixed tho, nothing more frustrating than no music.
            Ure right about "no music" part.
            Thanks for ur help!

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            • #7
              Or lack thereof.
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              • #8
                or worse.... the radio,
                im wiring a decent amp in at the moment.. and tidying up the power feeds for the car pc. its all been running on "low" power till now and its finally ****ed me off so im going to finally install stuff properly.

                but i forgot how annoying the radio is haven't listened to it for 4 or 5 months

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                • #9
                  Havent listened to radio in several years now.

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