Re: do u guys think i can install my new jvc radio into...
No you can do it have you done it before? its just plugs you cannot get it wrong give it a go! got nothing to loose (do you have the code for your current radio as once un plugged you cannot put it back in with out the code it will not work) if the plugs dont fit together you can buy the plugs or just do what i do and cut and f****** things off and solder them strait in! stops theevs too (sorry i am a auto electrician like jobs to be done correctly.
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you jvc is not wired properly you must of not had a mecp certified installer put it in... you must make sure on the radio harness that is powering up your jvc that the yellow wire (constant power or battery wire is get 12.0 volts to 13.5 volts at all time even when the radio and car or truck is off. with out this the radio will never save the station or the clock ... if you can do this your self call around to a car audio shop ask if any of there guys are mecp certified installer if not more on to the next shop... and so on if you want me to help you call me i will walk you through it.. i get $35.00 to help you.. 239.560.3498
There is a constant power wire and a power wire that is actuated when you turn the car on. sounds like you may have them reversed. You can check the pamphlet that came with your radio to see what the Jvc color code is for your hot's. Double check them with the wire color code on the harness.
There are retro- fit adapter plates and housings that will match your new radio head with the original opening. Either go on line or go to your local electronics store that sells auto audio equipment and ask for such an adapter for your vehicle.
Hi I disconnected the battery and but that on charge i removed the radio and checked all the wireing and i think what i may have found when the guy who installed it in the first place, when he was putting the radio in place with the wiring the jack plug to the remote stalk control had come detached.
if you have a wiring harness al the wires are color coded to match the after market radios colors. the yellow constant wire goes to 12 volt or battery wire. the accessory wire would be the red wire that is the switched 12 volts. the remote is for the factory amp or an aftermarket amp which turns on and off it would be the blue with white wire.
did you check the fuse on the back of the radio. it should be a small maxi fuse that might be rated any where from 5 to 20 amps. most of the time it might be helpful to unplug the radio harness and re plug it after 1 minute.
If your autochanger has an input as well as an output connector it will be possible. The iPod adapter would have to be plugged into the changer's input, and the changer's output cable would run to the KD-G421.
This manual here from JVC shows a diagram on the middle of page 1 where an i-Pod adapter (I'm assuming you have the KS-PD100) is connected daisy-chained with an XM tuner or a DLP unit. Although it doesn't explicitly say that it would work with a CD changer, I don't think it'll be a problem as long as you have an input on the changer.