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this is a problem that there is only two things that you can do to fix this. 1. reset the radio if there is a reset button on your radio see what happens. if I fix the problem great. if it doesn't move to step 2
2. call valor tell them what it is doing find out the nearest service center is in to relation to where you live and send it to them for repair hopefully its still under warranty
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Hello.. sorry to hear you are having problems. We get these units in our shop all the time non working. Your best bet would be to just replace the unit with a new aftermarked one. If you look through your windshield at the top of your dash you will see a place for speakers in the dash pad. If there is just a foam pad there in the speaker hole, then you have the regular factory system and replacement parts for an aftermarket radio will not be very expensive. IF you see an actual speaker in this location, then you have a digital system and you will require a special harness to adapt an aftermarket radio to this system, and they don't come cheap at all. We sell the harness for $139. IF it is the regular system (no speakers in dash) you are looking at $15 for the harness. The indash changers are great WHEN they work... but we see so many torn up that it seems pointless to me to have it repaired. Hope this helps!
Press the SRC button to turn unit on. The SRC button allows you to navigate between input sources,i.e. tuner, cd, aux, etc. Press and hold SRC button for second to turn unit off ( it will display standby).
most of the times this is solved by putting together the pink wire with the black ground wire and then to your chassis. some newer models require this to be done three times (stepping on the brakes three times before you get a signal). you can use a switch between this connection and turning it on and off three times to get the signal. you will have to repeat this everytime you turn off the unit.
you will need to find the power lead for the amp and see if there is an in-line fuse for the amp if not then see where someone hooked the amp up to the cars power source if you replace a fuse and it blows again as soon as you turn on the radio indash unit. look for shorted speaker wires or first try disconnecting all the spweaker wires and if the unit still blows the fuse you will need to have the amp checked out by a pro, unless you can use amd own a multimeter Larry Dillon Good Luck!!!!