I had a loose wire in the harness and my monitor kept cutting in and out, soI took it apart and soldered the wires back together but nowI don't remember the original configuration. What is the wiring configuration or color code matching?
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I had this problem. I took apart the two sections of the charger plug and there were two silver wires in there. I thought they were leaning a bit together, so I just gently pulled them apart a little, put it all back together, and it works. Asus tablet, also dock, always charge successfully since. I hope yours does too if you try this.
since there is no specific part in a wiring harness called "the pigtail". General wire connection instructions are: Cut back the wire at least 1/2" and wrap the wire ends together. Solder the connection so it has good continuity and won't come apart. Use shrink tubing to protect the joint and also wrap with good quality electrical tape, especially in under-hood areas where moisture can get into a connection. NEVER cut or tap into the heavy yellow wire under the dash. That wire controls the air bag system and tampering can cause it to deploy (very dangerous). Never solder wires together by laying them side by side. They will join, but the solder can act as a fuse and cause problems later. If working with more than one wire, label them so you know exactly where they went so you can put them back correctly. In systems using computerized controls, a mistake can be costly.
the Envision H170L Monitor uses an interface 1.0x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15). The same VGA cable wildly use in different computer brands..I was wondering why you have not found a replace for that cable. It can be purchase from any computer store.
If you are planning on cutting the wires and solder it together that would be easy if you have the diagrams of the pin numbering for male VGA connector and the female VGA connector. Check first this diagrams and follow strictly the coding of the wire so that it would be successful when connecting it together.
It is also better if after you solder the wire, you will use an shrinkable tube on the connection. Cover the whole sections of interconnected wires with shrinkable tube before you use the vga cable.
Well, this depends on how easily you want the job. If you want it quick and easy, go to ANY best buy, sears, or car audio place and ask them for the appropriate wiring harness. A wiring harness is a pre-wired "Modual" that Links up with your car's current wiring modual. These are a WHOPPING 12-15 dollars. These piddly price can literally save you 1-3 hours of needless work. IF your just bent on saving that 12 bucks... and wanna solder ALL those wires together one by one and do all teh matching, etc, the first place to look would be the wires on the back of the Stereo unit. Most stereo output wires are labled in small print. Then find a manual for your car , year , make and model, and see what the stock wiring is... simply match em up and solder em together.
solid black wires on automobiles are ground wires I would suggest attaching to somewhere with a good ground...be sure it doesnt have any color stripe on it...i'm assuming you still have one side of the wire leading somewhere
I got hold of an old vga cable (15 pin), cut off the male end. I then cut the existing cable comming out of the monitor. After soldering the wires together and lots of electrical tape wala - it works.
Now the problems I incured - Don't solder wires together based on color, they probably will not match. Peel back the ends of the cut off connectors and find each pin with a Multimeter. Once you find each wires match solder them carefully and tape. When done test and if good place a short splint on the spliced area and tape. This will keep the wires from breaking from movement. Good luck.
If the chopped and taped wiring was done by the shop that worked on it, and it worked after they were finished, It's likely that they did the right job (short of replacing the entire harness) but may have done a sloppy job, resulting in your present problem. Removing burned connectors and joining wires is OK, but they should be soldered and carefully taped, otherwise connections can break, or shorts can happen. Check a few connections they made...If not soldered, either bring it back to them and have them do it correctly, or get out your soldering gun and one by one, solder them yourself. One important point though...If you find any wiring that is beginning to melt, then they have fixed the result of the problem but not the cause...That will then need further diagnoses.
The wiring harness that run the multifunction swith has broke. I took my column apart and soldered the wires back together for the mean time. I dont suggest tring to do that its not a good fix. i found your post looking for the harrness. If you disconnect the battery you disconnect the airbag system