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I need help! jensen 3610

I recently put a new engine in my car and now the radio doenst work.It worked great before,I check everyfuse,wiring.and it still wont turn on.all I get is the power light stays red and nothing happens..at all.and the instruction manual made itself scare. Thanks

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  • 2001honda Nov 16, 2007

    I have the same problem. the red power button lights up but nothing works!! its maddness! Ive checked all wires and fuses all the simple things and i cant seem to find the problem!

  • Grif2cool Jan 21, 2008

    I have the same problem and if I unplug the power cord from the back of the radio and plug it back in it works OK until I turn the car. I repair the 3610 with a 6112 and it works fine, So it's in the radio not the wiring.

  • Grif2cool Jan 24, 2008

    I had to revise my first post to many mistakes. I have the same problem and if I unplug the power cord from the back of the radio
    and plug it back in it works OK until I turn the car off.
    I replace the jensen 3610 with a jensen 6112 which uses the same power cord and it works fine, So it's in the radio not the wiring.

  • Anonymous May 12, 2008

    I dry fitted the Jensen CD3610 and no need of universal brackets. Then I bought the harnesses for the new toyota that I am installing this radio, wire for wire as instructed by the radio itself and the package of the harnesses I wired it, snapped in the harness from the car into the retro harness that I bought, I got power BUT NO sound. I flipped thru all the modes of the radio (bass, treble, fading, balance, volume, AUX, sound modes and even the MUTE button) all power works except we have no sound. I put back the old radio and it plays fine.
    I pulled out the fuse that is visible to see what would happen and still no sound.
    There’s 8 set of wires for the speakers, I would think that we could hear at least one speaker (even static or a crackling)
    Is there any other fuses? Is there a way you may know how to test the radio without taking my dash apart again? Please advice, Thanks, CHI_TOWN

  • Chi Town11 May 12, 2008

    I dry fitted the Jensen CD3610 and no need of universal brackets. Then I bought the harnesses for the new toyota that I am installing this radio, wire for wire as instructed by the radio itself and the package of the harnesses I wired it, snapped in the harness from the car into the retro harness that I bought, I got power BUT NO sound. I flipped thru all the modes of the radio (bass, treble, fading, balance, volume, AUX, sound modes and even the MUTE button) all power works except we have no sound. I put back the old radio and it plays fine.
    I pulled out the fuse that is visible to see what would happen and still no sound.
    There’s 8 set of wires for the speakers, I would think that we could hear at least one speaker (even static or a crackling)
    Is there any other fuses? Is there a way you may know how to test the radio without taking my dash apart again? Please advice, Thanks, CHI_TOWN

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Well, I admit it was poorly phrased, BUT, the problem here is that the red ignition wire isn't receiving power, thus the radio partially functions, but isn't being told to turn on.

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Don't take this the wrong way Jexx, But did you hook up the red ignition wire? Come on give us alittle credit please.

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Hmm, did you hook up the red ignition wire?

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