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No sound to speakers - 2000 C2 Carrera


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I just got my car back after the new 3.6 engine conversion has been completed. The car is awesome except I'm not getting any sound to my speakers. The battery was obviously disconnected during the engine change and I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it.

I have a Kenwood DDX7015 CD/DVD/NAVI with a large amp in the trunk. I did not install this system (previous owner) so I know nothing about it.

I'm pretty good with an engine but not audio equipment. The company that did my conversion has no idea why there is no sound to the speakers. They will pay for any repairs or diagnosis to get it fixed.

Just thought I would get some insight from the forum

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks !!

Phillipj

:D

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I just got my car back after the new 3.6 engine conversion has been completed. The car is awesome except I'm not getting any sound to my speakers. The battery was obviously disconnected during the engine change and I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it.

I have a Kenwood DDX7015 CD/DVD/NAVI with a large amp in the trunk. I did not install this system (previous owner) so I know nothing about it.

I'm pretty good with an engine but not audio equipment. The company that did my conversion has no idea why there is no sound to the speakers. They will pay for any repairs or diagnosis to get it fixed.

Just thought I would get some insight from the forum

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks !!

Phillipj

:D

Usually the amp has a seperate power lead to the battery. If the battey cable was disconnected, I would assume that this cable may be hanging by itself. Pull the shroud and see if you have a power cable to the amp off! Power amps turn on and off by use of a sense singnal

Hence the direct connection to the battery.

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I just got my car back after the new 3.6 engine conversion has been completed. The car is awesome except I'm not getting any sound to my speakers. The battery was obviously disconnected during the engine change and I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it.

I have a Kenwood DDX7015 CD/DVD/NAVI with a large amp in the trunk. I did not install this system (previous owner) so I know nothing about it.

I'm pretty good with an engine but not audio equipment. The company that did my conversion has no idea why there is no sound to the speakers. They will pay for any repairs or diagnosis to get it fixed.

Just thought I would get some insight from the forum

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks !!

Phillipj

:D

Usually the amp has a seperate power lead to the battery. If the battey cable was disconnected, I would assume that this cable may be hanging by itself. Pull the shroud and see if you have a power cable to the amp off! Power amps turn on and off by use of a sense singnal

Hence the direct connection to the battery.

Thanks Kevin! I'll look at it tomorrow. One question, How is the cable from the amp usually attatched to the battery?

Thanks

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I just got my car back after the new 3.6 engine conversion has been completed. The car is awesome except I'm not getting any sound to my speakers. The battery was obviously disconnected during the engine change and I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it.

I have a Kenwood DDX7015 CD/DVD/NAVI with a large amp in the trunk. I did not install this system (previous owner) so I know nothing about it.

I'm pretty good with an engine but not audio equipment. The company that did my conversion has no idea why there is no sound to the speakers. They will pay for any repairs or diagnosis to get it fixed.

Just thought I would get some insight from the forum

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks !!

Phillipj

:D

Usually the amp has a seperate power lead to the battery. If the battey cable was disconnected, I would assume that this cable may be hanging by itself. Pull the shroud and see if you have a power cable to the amp off! Power amps turn on and off by use of a sense singnal

Hence the direct connection to the battery.

Thanks Kevin! I'll look at it tomorrow. One question, How is the cable from the amp usually attatched to the battery?

Thanks

Hey Phillip,

So how is it?? What did you notice first about the new motor. is it night and day?? details, details... ;^)

what else did you have done, any mods?

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Problem solved. It was just a breaker switch. All is good. It's a beautiful day and now it's time to go wind the 3.6 :lol: :D :D :D

I have not sound to my 1998 Boxter Speakers either. Does the 986.618.111.02 relay have anything to do with it? Or is there a relay to the radio or speakers? My radio turns on i can see all my preprogramed channels and it changes but no sound? What could this be?

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