my after market stereo will not power on why

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Asked by Feb 24, 2008 at 07:03 PM about the 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Question type: Car Customization

it did have a bose system, and it does showpower to wiring harness

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The Bose systems are noted for not being readily compatible with aftermarket stereos. You may have to take this one to a radio shop to be sure. I have heard of this happening when trying to put a new head unit on a Bose system. I believe the amp may need to be changed also.

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you have to connect the power antannae wire for the car to the system along w/ another power wire to give the speakers enough power to operate if they are bose. it is kind of a random occurance i found it but i found it and it still works great w/ no probs. you dont need to purchase any different wires or things either, it should all be there...just find the right configuration

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