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thethorninmyside

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    CR Meadows
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    Springfield va
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    2017 gmc sierra
  1. no heading to that now just wondering if anyone could shoot me in the correct area of the truck id be looking for the issue. Could a fuse make everything unresponsive except aftermarket lights, one head light and the alarm?
  2. Hopefully not major but issues none the less. In desperate need of help.....I own a 2017 GMC SIERRA install a sub and amp duo package with lp7 converter. Once 99% complete started truck everything worked. Turned truck off and connected power cable to battery. Truck now won't start all aftermarket lighting still works, key fob and alarm still work and one headlight strangely enough still works. truck is 100% unresponsive as far as rolling over or signs of life at all besides previously stated........ anything is a help at this point?????????
  3. Hopefully not major but issues none the less. In desperate need of help..... install a sub and amp duo package with lp7 converter. Once 99% complete started truck everything worked. Turned truck off and connected power cable to battery. Truck now won't start all aftermarket lighting still works, key fob and alarm still work and one headlight strangely enough still works. truck is 100% unresponsive as far as rolling over or signs of life at all besides previously stated........ anything is a help at this point?????????
  4. Really need some help with this one.... Installed a amp and sub package with a lcp7. Started truck everything was fine power going to bose system and pac unit. Turned truck off connected power wire to the amp and sub package now truck is 100% unresponsive. Checked all conection at battery and with Muti and all appears correct. as well as lights that were aftermarket come on and one head light but nothing else. please someone guide me in the right direction.
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