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    I think my head unit died

    So I turn my car on today and notice that no sound is coming out of my speakers. I look down and there is no display on my head unit. I figured it just blew a fuse. So I check the fuse when I get back home and it's perfectly fine. So I'm guessing it died. Anyone know of any other reason it might not be functioning? If it truely is dead, does anyone know where I can get a replacement head unit for a 1995 Chrysler Concord?

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    Is power comming out of the cables that are connected to your HU?

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    Hmm, I'm not sure. I'll have to get my multimeter out and check.

    EDIT: Just checked. Looks like I'm getting about 12V from it.

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    check your ground (black wire)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telos
    does anyone know where I can get a replacement head unit for a 1995 Chrysler Concorde?
    uhhhh, eBay? Maybe?
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    did you check your HU fuse (on the actual head unit if it has one) and the fuse in your car's fuse panel? check for loose contacts in wiring, internally, etc. i'm assuming it's aftermarket too.

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