Some times it works sometimes it doesn't, depends wot mood it is in. when it is working after a while it just cuts out. think it may have something to do with the fan. but how can i be sure? and how can i fix this problem?
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You could possible have a bad flexible cable. It is the cable that goes from the face to the main board. Sometimes one or more of the traces on the cable break. Depending on which traces break, different problems may occur.
Disconnect all of your speaker leads at the head unit, make sure none are touching, then power it back on. If it still cuts out, check your ground, if it doesn't, re-connect speakers one by one and test power again. It will either cut out when you get to a speaker or wire that's shorted, or work just fine. it's protecting itself from damage by cutting off when speakers are either bad or have shorted wiring. Most common shorted wiring happens on door speakers at the hinge. If it continues to cut off without speakers connected and you have a good ground, the unit needs service. If it still plays and you find the speaker or wire that's causing the problem, disconnect the wire at the speaker and test again, if it works, replace the speaker, if it doesn't, replace the wire. Hope this helps
Dirty laser lens or laser going weak and more power is needed. First try one of thse cleaning CDs, then if you feel confident taking it apart, you will find a small potentiometer. Turn it to the right until it reads about 700 ohms.
If you don't have a multimeter turn the pot to the right in *very* small steps checking every time if reading has improved, however a cheap digital meter is just $10, there's no reason not to get one.
you will have to separate the red and yellow wires. they cannot run together. the red should be connected to the fuse box. there is a slot labeled batt on your fuse box under the dash. there is also an auxiliary wire in the stereo slot used by you factory set. use this for the yellow wire connection.
This problem has many causes... but try this one... often when a faulty subwoofer speaker is to blame this test will tell you. Connect another speaker(any speaker) temp to check if there is audio still to the sub. Keep the levels down to ensure you dont go on a trail of destruction.
The spider wires from terminals on the speaker to the cone may be intermittent. I have seen this a lot on all types and makes of subwoofer driver!! This a common failure and can often be detected by tapping the speaker cone when it does the cut out thing. If it starts up, and they often do..., then you probably have intermittent spider wiring to the cone. A GOOD “Hi Fi speaker repair dood” can help here and replace the spider wires for you and save the expense of replacing the driver.
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