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So yesterday the alternator went out on my 2004 mustang. I had it replaced today and now my kenwood sterio won't work. Any ideas on what the problem could be. I'm new to this so sorry if I posted in the wrong tread.

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Thank you I checked the fuses but they look fine but then again I've never done this before so I wouldnt know lol
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Yeah, if it worked before & now does not, I would check the fuses. Check your manual for the proper fuses, pull them/it out & visually check them/it. Your Kenwood may also have a inline fuse in the harness that plugs into the back of the stereo. Make sure you check that also.

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