I bought a phase linear UV8 in dash dvd player made by jensen and wired everything up myself. I connected all the neccessary wires to the harness then connected the two harnesses together and the player worked fine except for the dvd aspect which was only because i had done nothing with the parking brake wire.
then when i put the unit in the dash, it stopped working. it simply wouldn't turn on. The light on the power button was still there but nothing happened when i pused it. There also used to be a ding my car made when the driver's door was open, now instead of that, my clock resets itself and so does the unit (light flashes ona nd off ) in tune to what the ding used to be.
I'm really hoping this is just a simple wiring mix up even though i've checked and rewired it twice. Pleas help me.
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Re: Jensen UV8 wiring issues
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I am assuming that by your post "...the player worked fine..." refers to the unit operating as expected. To your concern:
dvd player light flashes on and off;
missing ding driver's door open.
All of the above indicates a wiring error or at the very least a loose connection more particularly to the mains B+ (always on). The always on B+12 is directly tied to the + battery terminal and as the name implies, with or without the key in the IGN SW, there is a +12. This always on B+12 is responsible for the clock to maintain its time, the memory of the headunit to retain presets tuner stations and all other settings. It is also responsible for providing the power to the "ding" circuitry and sensor. Pls re-check that the following wires are connected as indicated:
Yellow (with the filter/fuse) - always on B+12
Red - ACC +12 (ignition switch)
Black - car body ground/negative
Pink - Handbrake switch
Green/White (if present) - reverse switch on the gearbox
Brown (if present) - mobile phone in use mute trigger (if used)
Blue - to power a motorized/amplified antenna (if needed)
Blue/White - to power an external amplifier (if used)
Additionally, if I may inquire, year, make and model of the car it was installed in.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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to use the high level leads, you have to isolate the wires going to each speaker (if using 4 channel mode) or isolate the wires going just to the rear if you are using 2 channel mode. you have to strip a small piece of the insulation off each speaker wire, and run it into the amps high level input harness. if you dont have the high level input harness, you can get a 2 channel high level to rca adapter for around $20. basically, you are tapping into the signal to the stock speakers to feed music to the amp. make sure you get all your positives and negatives correct. brighter wires are usually positive; however you may be faced with sa speaker which uses a grey wire, and another grey wire- the second with a black line. you will have to, again, turn to internet research to determine which is positive and negative, if the colors are not obvious.
Usually behind the stereo in the console. Either a square or rectangle in shape. You can obtain adapters for differing units that allows the use of the original wiring harness without rewiring. Just a simple plug and play option.
Do you have a Bluetooth adapter plugged into the KD-R330?
A compatible Bluetooth adapter (like the KS-BTA100) usually plugs into the rear auxiliary port of the receiver. It then needs to be "paired" with your Bluetooth device, for example, a Bluetooth phone headset.
What you're describing sounds like what can when no Bluetooth device has been "paired" yet.
If you don't HAVE a Bluetooth adapter connected to your KD-R330....is it possible you accidentally plugged something into its rear auxiliary jack? Or the front auxiliary? In other words, is it possible your KD-R330 receiver is mistaking some other device for a Bluetooth adapter?
Don't know if that helps at all...if there's no adapter issue, and nothing connected to the AUX jacks, probably your next step should be a call to JVC, or whatever number you were given for tech support.
On the bright side, since the receiver turns on, and responds to some commands, you probably didn't mess up anything major in the wiring. And, there's also the possibility the receiver is defective....certainly if this continues, and JVC can't help you, trying a replacement might be worth a try.
BTW, feel free to post a reply...I'm going to look further to see if there's any other documented issue besides an adapter that might cause the problem you're having.
Did that just begin out of nowhere? IS the Dvd spinning, if you listen closely and the player is making noise as well? That would be the lens trying to get a read on it but if it's scratched (I'm sure you tried others) sometimes the lens just go bad out of nowhere...Mu original 500 Sony PS1 in 1998 lost its lens about 3 months in...I can't think of anything else right this moment....I hope you fix it...