Car stereo

Asked by Feb 02, 2019 at 08:48 PM about the 1996 Nissan Maxima

Question type: Car Customization

After market stereo installed. Power connections
and fuses are good to go but took sharp turn and
no sound . still no sound

1 Answer


If your car has its own factory amplifier you might need a whole wiring kit to connect the head unit to the amp. My 06' ram 1500 Laramie had its own amp and when installing my new head unit no sound came out till the new wiring harness came for the factory amplifier. They're usually up under the glovebox so you can take out the glovebox and check. I don't recommend removing that amp as it could take hours, just spend the money for the wiring harness. Hope this helped a little

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