Question about Pioneer DEH-P2900MP CD Receiver /AM/FM/MP3/ CD Player
I am pretty sure I have all the wires hooked up properly but I get no power to the radio. I have checked the wired with a amp meter and get no response. How can I get power to these wires??
first check if the fuse is blown . If yes replace it. then make sure that your car batteries gives you a minimum of 12 V and 8 amp current to turn on the unit. also the red terminal should be connected to ignition and yellow to battery. black terminal to negative of battery. you will definitely get the result.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Assuming that you checked the fuse, is there any wires in the area that are not connected and can you check them for power? If not, ground one side of your meter and take a wire and wrap around the other lead (set your meter for dc voltage) splice or wrap a straight pin onto that wire coming off the meter. Turn ignition on and stab wires until you get a voltage reading. The best wire would be the color wire coming from the radio fuse holder. But at this point you need power so which ever wire that gives you power splice it to power input of the radio.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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