Question about Pontiac Grand Am
1994 pontian grand am. we installed a cd player and it was working great when placing it in the council one of the wires were pulled now there is no power running to either of the stereo's we install, i checked fused the only one i found was a 10, replaced it, but still no power to stereo, absolutly everything else in the car works still.
Check the ORG wire that goes to the multi-function alarm module in the convenience center. That is one source of radio power.
Posted on Oct 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car stereo problem
You can also get a voltage meter/tester and make sure you have current to the wires. Just ground it, then touch it to the wire, if it moves/lights then you have power. If not, you've probably got a blown fuse someplace.
Posted on Oct 06, 2006
SOURCE: amp keeps blowing fuse
I have this same problem. You have blown the internal amp. I have had 2 of these do the same thing. There is nothing you can do but report it to infinity and try to get the unit replaced.
Posted on Feb 08, 2007
When you see this problem, it usually means you have power on your deck's constant power wire (usually yellow) but no power on the accessory power wire (usually red). The accessory power wire is the one that sends voltage to the deck when the key is turned on. Usually this means that the red wire is either connected to the wrong vehicle wire, or that the vehicle's radio fuse is blown. As a last resort, you can disconnect the red wire from whatever it's connected to, and re-attach it to the same connection as your yellow wire. This should allow the radio to power up, but it won't turn on and off with the key-switch; you'd have to remember to turn it off or remove the face when you leave the vehicle, or you may drain the battery. Alternately, you can extend the red wire to a different source of key-switched voltage. Depending on the vehicle, you may be able to find this behind the cigarette lighter, at the key switch itself, or at the fuse box.
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
The BUS wires are a serial data link, probably incompatible with other makes of CD player. I'd hesitate to connect it to +12v, this may cause damage. If anything try connecting it to BUS.C through a 1kohm resistor to start with. Perhaps you need something like this to make it work. http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-alpine-kcm-122b_p-20941.htm
The BUS wires are a serial data link, probably incompatible with other makes of CD player. I'd hesitate to connect it to +12v, this may cause damage. If anything try connecting it to BUS.C through a 1kohm resistor to start with.
Perhaps you need something like this to make it work. http://www.caraudiocentre.co.uk/product_m-alpine-kcm-122b_p-20941.htm
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
SOURCE: problem installing car stereo
THE FIAT BRAVO HAS A STANDARD ISO CONNECTION WHICH SHOULD PLUG INTO MOST AFTERMARKET STEREOS AND THEREFORE YOU WON'T NEED TO KNOW THE COLOUR CODE, IF THERE ISN'T ANY PLUG ON THE STEREO BUY AN ISO PLUG THEY'RE NOT EXPENSIVE AND CONNECT IT TO THE RADIO AND JUST PLUG IT INTO THE CAR HARNESS, YOU DON'T REALLY WANT TO CUT THE CAR'S WIRING
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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