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Headunit power problems

I am installing a headunit at home and once the power is supposedly hooked up i turn the key on and all the headunit says is goodbye and turns off or doesnt even do that what should i do to fix this?

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  • dobbyville11 Nov 13, 2008

    yea thanks i found wat was wrong i had the memory and the power the wrong way round and found that there was an exposed wire inside the dash short circuiting everything.

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Hello dobbyville11,
It might be a few things but here is what i would check 1st, pull out the head unit make sure all the wires are pushed in all the way. The second thing i would suggest is checking the connection to the battery and ensure that the ternimals are clean and a good connection is available.
If there is something else it might be that you hold down a button while it starts, I know of some headunits that need this.
Please post what you do and how you did it. I look forward to your post.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

  • Eeeeeeeeeekz Nov 13, 2008

    oh awesome i'm glad you got it.
    please post if you have another problem or question.

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