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1970 radio problem

I receintly took out the radio in my 1970 Fastback and when I reinstalled it I can't get it to turn on. Here's the tricky part, I have the power supply plugged into the radio and I know that the unit is getting power because the clock works on the display of the radio. The problem is that when I switch the radio to on, it does not power up. Is this a wiring problem or is the radio unit shot?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-21-2004
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All I can say is make sure that your ACC, pos, and ground wires are all hooked up tightly and it should work, if not, you've probably got a problem in your radio.


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Also make sure you have both power wires connected - constant and switched.

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there are definitely two power wires. the clock needs a constantly on power wire. the radio uses a normally off (switched with key) power wire. sounds like you missed a wire.
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