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Hey Guys, back with another problem....

My Sony CD player is not getting power. I read in the installation manual that if you have an antenna in the rear window you have to connect the power from the deck straight to the battery. I've hooked it in with different fuses and no dice. Does anybody know an easier way than to run a wire all the way to the battery? Please help!
 

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how did you do the install thus far did you keep the bose amp and speaks or do a complete redo? what interfaces for what, wireing kits etc... i need to kno to give you the best direction.
 

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Here is exactly what the installation guide for my Sony head unit says:

"When your car has a built-in FM/AM antennain the rear/side glass see 'Notes on the control and power supply leads.'"

Notes on the power supply lead (yellow):

- When connecting this unit in combination with other car stereo components, the connected car circuit's rating must be higher than the sum of each compnent's fuse (?)

- When no car circuits are rated high enough, connect the unit directlyto the battery.
 

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no because it till keep your bose amp on while the car is off. Its not as hard as i sounds run it underneath the dash under the dor weatherstripping though the fender and to the battery
 
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