Question about Car Audio & Video
Everything works except when we turn on the lights at night. The blue power light is on but not enough power to run the player I guess. I've seen a yellow wire needs to be hooked directly to battery. If that's what is needed, how do I do that?
Simply run a wire from the battery to the Yellow wire; that is what i did as i needed my own designated wire. On the oter hand the should already be a wire in the dashboard that is connected to the battery directly. All you need to do is find it and connect it (tip is my SUV it is the Black and Red wire that is conected directly to the battery, if it is the same for yours, just connect it) (tip 2 - you can use a one of those voltage testers to find the right wire; I forgot the name of it but that is what I used.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
You probably have the ground wire hooked to the illumination wire for the car. it will act as a ground when the lights are turned off
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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