Question about JVC KD-LH810 CD Player
Thieves broke into the car and pried the faceplate off. (Instead of pushing the button!). The mating connector on the head unit was damaged. There is no part number on it. The part number would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Bill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace the 15 amp spade fuse in the back of the unit. See if that get you going again. If that doesn't do it then check your wirin Black goes to ground, Yellow is a constant hot, Red is a hot trough the fuse box, Blue is for your power antenna if you have one, the Orange with a White Stripe is to the Illumination and is also hot.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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