2002 Pontiac Sunfire 4dr -

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Asked by Dec 02, 2012 at 03:24 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Sunfire SE

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question i took out my factory deck and i accidently cut the wiring harness out and I can't rewire it back to the back clip piece where i cut? Why is that?? like i tired to connect the same colours and all but it still does not work?? but im trying to put it all back together and put in my aftermarket deck or put my stock one back in but nothing is happening!

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Fuses? Cutting the wires could have allowed them to short to ground if you didnt hook them all up before testing, and that would pop the fuses. You didn't provide too much detail as in how are you splicing them back together, are you doing one at a time?

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yeah im doing one at a time and matching the same colours of course. but ill put a wire tester on them and pull out the fuses. and let you know how i did or not.

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