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Can't hear other caller when receiving call from bluetooth ksbta100

I hooked system up today, the blue & white wire is connected to power and black to ground. I am wondering if the brown wire is needed.

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SOURCE: need a wiring diagram for a radio on a 93 Explorer

Constant 12V+ Green/Yellow

Switched 12V+ Yellow/Black

Ground Black

Illumination Blue/Red

Dimmer n/a

Amplifier Remote Blue

Antenna Right Front


Front Speakers 5" x 7" Doors

Left Front (+) Orange/Green

Left Front (-) Blue/White

Right Front (+) White/Green

Right Front (-) Green/Orange


Rear Speakers 5" x 7" Rear Doors

Left Rear (+) Pink/Green

Left Rear (-) Brown/Yellow

Right Rear (+) Orange/Red

Right Rear (-) Black/White

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SOURCE: I have the Kd-S550, I need the wire connections . thanks

yellow goes to positive of the battery

red goes to the acc of the ignition(0volts whn car is off 12volts when car is on)

blue goes to a amplifier remote terminal if you have on if not the tape over the exposed copper

black goes to ground

the white of the speaker is that coming from the radio or from the car?
if it is from the radio then connect it to one side of the speaker

you need the cars radio wiring instructions and radio wiring intructions and double check each wire

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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check down the radio. down the radio is the diagram chart.

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SOURCE: I need help on the

blue/white is amp remote turn on, red is ignition (switched hot pos.), yellow is constant hot, and black is ground (neg.)

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SOURCE: on the adapter that fits

The orange wire from the head unit is for the dimmer. This wire allows the face of the radio to dim at night when the headlights are on.

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Don't no how to hook it up ...


Instructions
Hook up an RCA patch cable
between the output of your car's
stereo receiver and the graphic
equalizer's RCA inputs. Use
stereo cables with male RCA
connectors.
Connect the equalizer's outputs
to the RCA inputs of your
amplifiers. How many cables you
need will depend upon the
number of amps in the system. In
most cases, you'll need two to
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Hook up the equalizer to 12-volt
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connections you used to connect
your amplifiers and receiver. The
equalizer's yellow wire should be
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source, one that is not switched
off with the ignition, and the red
wire (not always present) to a
switched 12-volt power source.
Splice the wires by stripping the
insulation off the end of each
wire and then soldering or
crimping them together.
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No Sound from Jensen VM9725BT


Jimmie Monica Hey, Its not a problem with the unit. You have the blue or Blue/White wire hooked up wrong. Disconnect both the blue wire and the blue and white wire and I guarantee the sound starts working on everything. If you have one of those two wires hooked up for a power antenna or remote amp turn on, then switch which one you are using and that will fix the problem permanently. Disconnecting them both will get it to work though. I guarantee it. Please post back and let me know if it works for you. Thanks
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Since you did not specify the make and model of your aftermarket radio, I cannot pinpoint specific connection problems. Most aftermarket receivers have a "remote turn-on" lead, probably blue, but sometimes blue/white, usually terminated with a spade lug. In addition to power and ground, the amp requires this lead to be connected in order to properly operate.

Start by checking the wiring from the old receiver wiring harness and see which wires and what colors went to the stock amp. Then connect the corresponding wires from your new receiver to the amp. Some OEM receiver/amp systems had power and ground taken from the same harness, so you may need to run those separately.

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Look at the enwood. I bet you have the remote wire hooked to the blue wire insted of the blue/white wire. The blue wire goes dad when you play a cd as it is for a power antenna. The blue/white wire is your amp turn on.

Now, if you do not have a blue/whie and only blue, then obviously that circuit in the radio is bad in whch case your only other option s are either connecting it to an accesory fuse or using a toggle switch connected to power.

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http://www.cybersoundsaudio.com/cybersounds/vehiclepics.html

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