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Alarm malfunction Accidental alarm was deactivated with key-ignition switch only. Now have overpowering static in front right speaker that sounds even without much volume. Noticed that the right-hand door doesn't show open or close during the re-setup process and yet the door does turn dome light on and off correctly. Have tried resetting many times over including power disconnect and microprocessor reset and can get stereo to play any system but audio is overpowered by the front right speaker with terrible static.

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SOURCE: speakers dropping out & engine sounds

sounds like your amp is bad

remove the amp and hook your speakers directly to the radio if the problem stops
then the amp might be messed up

if you got another radio try the amp with that radio to "double" check that it is the amp

if the problem is still there with the speakers hooked to the radio then you need to fix or get another radio

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

SOURCE: Setting Time on DEH 5850

With the ignition key in the accessory position, and the radio off.
1. Press and hold the Function button.
- This should get you to the time adjustment area.

Posted on May 04, 2008

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SOURCE: will not power up

the ribbon cabe needs to be replaced .pioneer part # is cxx1799

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SOURCE: i have the deh p8000r has no sound

Usually with this model, when all else works, and there is no sound, the internal amplifier IC is blown. Smell the back, and see if it smells burnt. It may. It does not always tho. The IC is a PAL007a or something similar. It's kinda hard to replace if you aren't skilled with soldering, but it can be done by any decent repair shop. Also, test to see if there's a signal on the RCA's, if there is, you can forgo the internal amp, and get an external one. (it will require running speaker and power cables, but if you really like the head unit...;-)

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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Anyone have the 2001 VW Golf speaker wire colors?


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2001 Volkswagen Golf Car Radio Wiring Schematic for Monsoon Audio
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Plug #3, Pin #7
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Plug #3, Pin #4
Car Radio Ground Wire: Plug #3, Pin #8
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Plug #3, Pin #6
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
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Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Plug #2, Pin #5
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Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Plug #2, Pin #3
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Plug #2, Pin #4
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Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Plug #2, Pin #7
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Plug #2, Pin #8
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Plug #2, Pin #1
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Plug #2, Pin #2
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CD Changer Data Out Wire: Plug #1, Pin #14
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CD Changer Control Signal Wire: Plug #1, Pin #17
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CD Changer Right Line Out Wire: Plug #1, Pin #20




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Hi I have a 1990 acura integra and the alarm will not shut off. I am unable to locate the relay button....would you be able to tell me where it is?


IF you are talking about the seat belt alarm, and IF you have automatic shoulder belts (especially see the fuse section below):
Automatic Shoulder Belt Warning Indicator:
The warning light will come on if either of the automatic shoulder belts is unlatched with the ignition ON. The beeper will sound for approximately six seconds while the warning light is ON. Relatch the belt: the light should go off when the belt is latched.
The warning light will also come on while the shoulder belt buckle moves from its front off position to its rear locked position.
Automatic Shoulder Belt Malfunction Indicator:
The warning light will flash and the beeper will sound rapidly if either shoulder belt buckle stops before completing its full cycle
NOTE: If the shoulder belt's tensioner mechanism locks and prevents the buckle from moving fully forward when you want to get out, recycle the system by closing the door and reopening it. The buckle should move fully forward; if it does not, recline the seat-back and use Emergency Belt Release (button on top of the shoulder belt latch).
If the warning light and beeper do not function at all, or if they come on even with the belts latched and doors fully closed, it indicates a malfunction in the front seat belt system. In the event of a collision, severe personal injury could result. The system should be checked immediately by an authorized Acura dealer.
Proceed as follows if the shoulder belt buckle stalls.
1. Lift the hood and remove the cover from the engine compartment fuse box.
2. Remove the fuse for the automatic ("passive") shoulder belt buckle motor that does not work.
3. If the fuse has blown, replacing it with a new fuse of the same amperage should allow the shoulder belt buckle motor to work. However, if the fuse hasn't blown, or if a new fuse did not solve the problem, remove the fuse and operate the motor manually.

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The factory alarm system activates on it's own. I can only deactivate by disconnecting the battery. How can I disconnect the alarm system permanently?


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Yellow: Constant +12VDC (memory)
Red: key-switched +12VDC (accessory)
Black: Ground
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Speaker wires: The solid-color wire of each pair is positive; the black-striped wire is negative.

Left front: white
Right front: gray
Left rear: green
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I have the deh p8000r has no sound


Usually with this model, when all else works, and there is no sound, the internal amplifier IC is blown. Smell the back, and see if it smells burnt. It may. It does not always tho. The IC is a PAL007a or something similar. It's kinda hard to replace if you aren't skilled with soldering, but it can be done by any decent repair shop. Also, test to see if there's a signal on the RCA's, if there is, you can forgo the internal amp, and get an external one. (it will require running speaker and power cables, but if you really like the head unit...;-)

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