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    accessory wire connection ?

    Hi all,

    had a new ignition switch fitted last week along with a new starter motor. Since then, my stereo hasnt works (cant get past safe mode despite trying everything as the book and this forum states).

    The beeping has stopped when the keys are in the ignition and the doors open and i read here somewhere that its an 'accesory wire' that needs connecting, which will reinstate the beeps, and also allow me to enter the code.

    Anything else I can check to make sure its the connection before i go back to the garage?

    That sound right, and if so, any suggestions how to do the wire?
    Thanks
    Andy

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    PM replied to but for anyone searching i've suggested that 12v power is checked on fuses 15 and 21 with the keys are in the ignition. I feel this is still a ignition switch fault
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    Thanks very much for the advice - i'll check the fuses, and go back to the garage.
    Cheers
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