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Removing Stock Blaupunkt Radio 2004 GTO

Hi, I tried removing my stock Blaupunkt radio syste, that came with my car, but as i removed it, the fuel gauge, speedometer, and traction control all werent working? Does anybody know why that happened right after i disconnected my stock radio?
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I removed mine to wire up a bluetooth module and don't recall any connectors back there that could have have come loose. That however would be where I would start. Also check the wiring harness behind the glovebox on the right. It's been known to rub on the metal brace and cause a short.
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I went to the dealership and they said that there is a module inside of the Radio system that is connected to the speedometer, traction control, and fuel guage? Was he just talking out of his ass ?
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Did you disconnect the battery when you pulled the unit out? And check the BCM wires as jwb5858 suggested.

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