Alarm system.? the factory stereo. Is it wired to engine controls. my friend cut her factory. stereo out. now the thing bearly runs. is this a coincidence or is this factoy prancksters..

Asked by Jan 31, 2014 at 07:56 PM about the 1991 Dodge Stealth

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dome lights. cigarette lighter, oddly
enough,are wired reverse.  ????

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6,015

what do you mean cut it out?? she cut the harness?? if not plug that radio back in and see if it runs right,, but I cant see any reason that it wouldn't run right with out the radio,, unless she blew a fuse when she "cut it out"

6,015

never cut your harness just buy an adapter harness its theee easiest way to hook up a new head unit

Hi.. and thank u for helpin me out. iam the one with this problem.. i know how this sounds. factory stereo poor engine performance.? I ran into this problem with a 92 dodge pickup with a factory alarm system and factory stereo . when unpluged it to would not start.. i thought it must hav somthing to do with the anti theft

6,015

ok and so to answer my questions ,,, ?? lol

165

make sure you have no live wires touching metal from radio wire's this can cause a power drain from ignition.

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