Question about Kenwood KDC-MP208 Car CD/ MP3 Player
There are no illumination wires on this deck, so the Orange and orange/wht are not used on the wiring harness. Orange wire is NOT for memory. Yellow wire is +12VDC Constant for memory.
If you hooked up the 12Vdc to the orange wire, your fuse for your dashlights have blown. Check your cars fuse panel for a blown fuse.
The orange wires are sending a signal out to radios with illumination circuts. You just sent a 12VDC signal upstream and it collided with the Cars signal and blew the fuse.
Tape off the orange wires, and all will be fine after changing the fuse.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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