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I have 2002 gmc envoy and im trying to hook up cd dvd and red to red and yellow to yellow dont work but does work when they both touch but non of dash light does not go out

GMC products are famous for this problem, it's a built-in feature to keep fuses from blowing. The red wire must be connected to a totally seperate and fused wire. Might try running a wire from an empty fuse slot in the dash panel and make sure you put an in-line fuse link. They are fairly cheap and will save you huge costs or danger to yourself. Run the yellow wire to the yellow as normal.

Feb 08, 2017 | GMC Cars & Trucks

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Trying to install a new radio into my 06 Toyota Solara car works but getting no power to the radio... Not sure what I hooked up wrong

If you hooked everything up correctly check the car fuse for your radio/accessories in the fuse box of your car. Usually people let wires touch other things while installing and this can cause a short which will blow the radio fuse. Fuse box should be either in the area under the steering wheel or somewhere under your hood usually covered with a plastic cap. Check your owners manual to find it and check the cover to locate which fuse it is. Pull the fuse out and if the bridge is broken your fuse is blown. Replace and it should work. If it blows out again after replacing it there's likely a short somewhere in your power connection.

Jun 14, 2015 | 2006 Toyota Solara

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I put a brand new xtron cd dvd plus navigation stereo in my infinity qx4 suv ut the dvd put a message that said dvd is disabled for your safety what can i do to resolve that

These DVD devices are defaulted to "off" while moving to comply with motor vehicle laws that prohibit a screen from being visible to the driver when the vehicle is in motion.

Typically, there is a wire that is connected to the hand brake / parking brake circuit. If the wire is connected to (+)12V *OR* (-)12V it will enable the DVD to play. Of course, connecting to the wrong one will instantly turn the player into toast.

Locate the wiring diagram for your model to find the cable associated with the parking brake circuit. With a digital voltmeter, set to DC Volts at a range closest to - but not less than 15 Volts DC. Black lead to the - jack and the red to the + jack of the meter. Touch the black probe to ground and the red to a 12V source. You should see a 12 to 15 volt indication. Reverse the probes and you should see the same value, but with a (-) indication. Now you know that black is - and red is +.

SET the brake and turn the DVD on and play. Touch the black probe to a good ground location. Touch the red probe to the brake wire. Note the voltage. It may be 11 - 15 V or 0 to as much as 2 volts. RELEASE the brake and repeat. The voltages should be reversed with the brake RELEASED. If the DVD played with 11 - 15 volts on the wire, connect it to a constant 12 V source. If it played with 0 to 1 or 2 volts, connect it to ground.

Good luck!

Mar 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Lights want work

You have a short to ground somewhere.I would first check the power wire going to each of the headlights and see if there is a bare spot on one of the power wires that are touching metal somewhere.

Oct 28, 2012 | 2009 Hyundai Sonata

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I have a 2006 freightliner columbia with mercedes engine blowing the hvac fuse and melted the plug to the pressure switch replaced pressure switch but still blowing fuse

Hi Richard, I'm glad to help!
Richard, you have a direct short on the power side of the system. This short could be anywhere. Unplug the blower motor and see if it goes away, if it does replace the motor, if it doesn't then unplug the next thing that's related to the A/C system. If its still there after trying everything, then you have a short in the wiring somewhere, most likely the power wire has rubbed through and touching the frame somewhere. Wiggle wires around and see if the short goes away. NOTE: Could also be the A/C Clutch, unplug it and see if it goes away. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Richard.

Jun 16, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I just replaced the starter on my 2000 Bravada. No other problems before starter replacement. Can someone please tell me why, now, when I am hooking up the battery, the truck is trying to turn over...

Because the ignition switch wire (small purple wire) or connector is touching the hot post on the starter.So when you connect the battery it just like turning the ignition key to start the engine. Make sure all the wires on the starter are not touching each other.

Aug 10, 2011 | 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada

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My Screen isn't even coming on when i turn my jeep on. It just stays blank so im wondering what's wrong with it. Thanks

Maybe the parking brake control wire is not wired up right.
You are talking about one of those newer touch screen DVD or Blu-ray players right?

Jul 10, 2010 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Fuel Pump, power seats, windows and mirror all stoped working at

You might want to check the battery cables and if there is a smaller chassis wire from the battery. Clean these. It sounds like you lost a ground wire somewhere and it is trying to ground through any wire it can find.

Jun 13, 2009 | 1999 Pontiac Bonneville

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1999 dodge grand caravan

Woah! Did you buy the van new? I ask this to see if you had a remote starter installed. Chrysler products are notorius for electrial problems, but it could be a remote starter wired improperly. Even if you didn't use the remote starter, if wired improperly, or a wire was shorting out somewhere, it could be responsible for your haunted van behavior. countrycurt0

Jun 17, 2008 | 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan

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