Need some help troubleshooting...I have a 67 camaro and my father had taken it to get a radio installed at a radio shop. After the radio was installed the car would not start. It cranks but will not turn over. I looked at the wiring from the radio and it looks like everything is in order, just don't know where it would be messing up at. All the fuses look good but I don't think that would prevent the motor from turning over anyways. Any suggestions would help, thanks.
Engine cranks over, but no run. Could be one of the crimps the shop installed is not making good connection.
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Ok...voltage meter was a pos. But what I did find was the guy that installed the radio hooked up the main power source to the radio (yellow wire) to the orange wire on the harness designated for the radio. He then cut the brown wire that goes to the heater box harness and connected it to the accessory power wire to the radio (red wire). Could this be the issue why the car is not turning over (starting). Could this have blown a fuse or fusable link? What should I consider doing first?
Hook it back up and see what it does, although I have to say it doesn't sound like the problem - pull the coil wire off an lay it on top of the coil close but not touching to the coil output or a good ground, but not touching and crank it over having someone look at it to see if you have spark. Sounds like you aren't getting spark to me.