Question about 2006 Mercury Montego
I got in the back of the radio and located a red female aux and white one so i hooked up some wires that also hook up to my ph but noway to switch from radio to aux ,,the aux button on the radio does nothing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Radio won't work '06 armada
Sounds lilke it just blew the fuse located under the hood. On the passenger side behind the battery you will find a skinny fuse block. Remove the cover. Now behind the skinny fuse block you will see a larger box with a removable cover that housing some wiring harnesses and fuses. Remove that cover. The fuse you want is a 20 amp. Flip over the lid of the box and it will tell you which fuse is for the radio.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
I have sirius installed in my 2008 RAV4 JBL system.
There is an adapter made by VAIS technologies http://www.vaistech.com/ that is called a soundlink. It comes with instructions for the connection. The Sirius radio is hidden in this installation, and is controlled by your JBL system. The antenna runs up the side of the windshield (hidden behind the plastic moulding) and mounts to the top right corner of the roof.
HOWEVER- you will not have the full funcionality of the Stratus 5 radio- which has more funtionality that the JBL system can control. Also, the Scrolling feature on the Stratus 5 screen does not work on the JBL display. . . you get the first 15 or so characters, with no scrolling.
I love having an integrated satelite radio in my car, but I do miss the better screen, and the pause feature I had on my sportster (in my old car). Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
you connect it at the fuse box at the kick panel on the driver side beneath the steering wheel there you will find the fuse box the diagram is on the back of the fuse cover you can connect it there or if you have a wiere harness for an after market stereo than it should be there it's usually a blue wire
Posted on May 15, 2009
Your most (fiber optic) system is inoperative. Its most likely your CD player and the bluetooth is an update issue, if it doesn't take the update then you need to replace your telephone transceiver.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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