This is driving me insane...for some reason my blinker system is making that clicking sound continueosly....whats weird is that the left and right signal lights work fine but there after the clicking continues...sigh...what could be the problem?
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USB ports on car stereos are not designed to be universal, regardless of what the USB acronym implies. They are typically designed for a specific product, either iPhone, Android, Blackberry, or a combination of those. They usually work with a blank flash drive (no operating system on it). That would be my recommendation: Buy a flash drive. $5-$10 invested will probably get you more storage than the GoGear and will work with USB.
The reason USB sounds better than the auxiliary input is because with auxiliary, the D-to-A (Digital to Analog) conversion is done by the GoGear, while with USB it is being done by the car stereo.
It sounds like you blew a fuse or the circuit relay. When installing aftermarket decks they should be wired independently and on there own fuse. Disconnect power to the deck and replace the circuit breaker or fuse to the flashers
Dodge fuse blocks are usually upside down at the base of the dashboard on the driver side, very near the flasher that would drive the rear turn signals, there are two, one drives the turn signal and one drives the Emergency flasher. With any flasher working, you can feel which one it is, you can find it by the sound it makes.
The Alpine cda-7842 was not intended to play burned cd's and Mp3's. I don't recemmend you play anything but store bought cd's. I belive that the laser can be damaged by playing Mp3's and they sometimes make weird noises because of the laser seeking erratically, due to the year that cda-7842 was manufactered.
k here's the thing. The weird wires for your safety brake, headlights, etc.
If you want to be able to use your player while driving, aka leave a movie playing and have the screen still work then ground those wires. You could either splice them into your ground wire or you can take and use the sheetmetal surrounding the head unit to ground them.
Oh and as for the reverse light wire. That one you will need to wire in if you're going to use the optional reverse camera that they sell separately.