Question about Car Audio & Video
SOURCE: I have a peugeot 207cc
I would venture that the main B+ wire of the Blaupunkt CD Changer is not connected to an always on B+12 such as the positive terminal of the battery. This wire is responsible for memory/location/track last play retention. The other B+ of the CD Changer is the remote trigger on which is fed by and from the head unit. This in effect makes the unit operate with two (2) B+,an always on and a triggered on.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2008
turn it on after turning on the motor ...and press the AS(or turn on cd player pressing this button on ) and hold to enter the code..or ..if you are already at that part the trick is that it has only 4 number buttons ..so each button is assigned to one digit in the code..
ex for the first digit ..press the number one as many times as the digit is ..
to type 2468 for example press no 1 for 2 times..the no 2 for 4 times ..and so on ..
each time you press a position it will be the number needed in that position ...
I hope I didnt made a mess with your senses....
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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