Question about Car Audio & Video
I replaced my broken frontface with another used one. Everything functions except for the display. the red backlights are on. Is there a way to fix this (maybe a code) I used the rest button
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I read up on this and saw Tech48's post related to a different model. He's the one who deserves the credit. I'm just the rookie who has the soldering iron. However, here's a picture of the 5 resistors that you need to reflow and "top up"
My model is the KDC-MP532U (same as the 532, but with the USB option).
Here's the overall view. The CD-Player is standing on its edge at the bottom. The resistors are on the bottom right by the brass screw post.
...and here's a close up of the board and the resistors....
Hope it helps. Thanks Tech48!!!! It's like I've got a new stereo!!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Yellow is for constant 12v. (Power directly from battery) so it maintains preset stations and clock memory. Red is for Key "on" 12v Power (turns on when ignition key is on) Black is for Chasis Ground. What type of vehicle is it going in? I can get you the corresponding vehicle color as well. Post a comment with make/model & year vehicle. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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