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Re: Re: Fuses
Ordinarily you have two fuses specific to the radio that come with the radio. One for the main power to everything in the radio and one fuse to hold the memory in the radio (stations, time, etc.). The car itself will have its own fuse for the radio too. This will be located in the car's fuse block with all the other car fuses. It may only be 7 amps while the other fuses may be 10, 15, 20 amps or higher. The fuses that came with the radio will be inline fuses and will be located behind the radio in the dash of your car. Good luck.
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It sounds like you may have a bad internal output ic. If you know how to access the menu, some decks now have the option to turn off the internal output ic. I'm not familiar with that particular deck, so I couldn't tell you for sure.
not positive but i would have to say you prob have a lose wire if all your fuses are good, make sure you checked all the fuses the box in the car and under the hood, Run through all the wireing and check sometimes you need to put your acc wire with your power so blue an yellow, blue is remote yellow is power if you need to hope you have some luck
try to reset the deck there should be a small button about the size of a pen tip on the face or if you take the face off the unit, if that doesnt work i would say its the ribbon on your deck that cut its self
TAKE IT OUT AND TRY IT ON A 12V BATERRY AND IF IT TURNS ON ITS GOOD AND IF IT DOESNT IS NOT GOOD. IF IT TURNS ON FOLLOW UR CONSTAN AND UR POWER WIRES AND SEE IF IT HAS A FUSE BOX IN THE BOAT/ CHECK THOSE FUSES. AND CHECK UR BOAT BATTERY TOO CAUSE IT COULD HAVE DIED WHEN TESTING THE STEREO TOO IT HAPPENS ALOT ON BOATS
if you had the speakers hooked up wrong it would just make a crackling sound when it rubs on a surface. if your vehicle has a factory built in amplifier somewhere you may have to hook up the remote turn on wire to the wiring harness to tell it to turn on.
also make sure your illumination and dimmer wire are hooked up correctly if it doesnt display any images on the screen. and if for some reason you think its shutting off because of crossed wires maybe check the ground the batt and the ignition wire ,or the red black and yellow wires. usually when something major like those three wires get crossed it blows fuses in the car taillamp fuse stereo batt fuse ect. check all those .try resetting the deck of the car battery thats all i can think of now.
sorry about the delay I was on holiday, if you haven't solved the problem yet I would suggest that you check that you are getting both power supplies (red and yellow) and if not the first thing to do is check the fuses in the car. Let me know if your'e still having problems.
There is a fuse both in the back of the deck...and in your fuse panel...
Refer to your service manual for the car to find the correct fuse for the audion system.
Refer to your service manual for your deck to see what im talking about...all the fuses Ive seen just plug into the back of the deck.
you would need rca cables, power wire, ground wire, and remote wire. it is easiest to just go to your local best buy or circuit city stores and buy the whole set in one package. rca's lead from your decks rca output jacks to your amp, remote wire leads from your decks wiring (blue remote wire that leads to your deck itself to give it remote) or any 12 volt source like where your fuses are located and it runs to the amp also, your power wire will lead from your battery to your amp, and your ground will need a good place somewhere in your car and be bolted or screwed to the frame of your car. this is how to intall your deck to your amp. i assume that you already know that wires will have to be under your carpet or kickboards and such however you run them. i think this covers the basics and i hope i have answered your question right, good luck