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Re: Join KVT-532DVD & KCA-BT200&serius radio
Can't tell what brand you have. I CAN tell you this.....On MOST brands that have a "bus" system (ie: Pioneer, JVC, Clarion etc) When you "add" a Sirius or XM tuner, the "other" input is on the tuner!It will (should) have an output (to go to head unit), and ALSO an input for another add on.
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You plug the cd changer modulator box into the factory radio antenna jack. Connect the factory antenna into the modulator box. The connect the modulators power and ground wires to the appropriate sources. Depending on what kind of connector dodge used you may have to purchase an set of antenna adapters. The modulator uses a standard Motorola plug. Various car manufacturers have created their own special plugs...i honestly do not know if dodge has done this or not.
If your in dash is bluetooth enabled you will first have to pair with your phone and connect like you would with any other bluetooth headset. after that anything you try to play on your phone should play through the radio speakers.
Best to contact the manufacturer and see if they have an adapter cable. You can eliminate the connectors if you are skilled enough in electronics but a mistake could cost you the radio and possibly more. Good Luck, Gilshultz
you need to get a testing meter, connect the black lead from the testing meter to the car ground. and one to the pin in the connectors. Do this with the car ignition switch on, find one that's live, then turn the ignition switch off it should go off. then just cut the wire and connect it together. make sure you have a good ground lead connected to the ground of the car.
I would check all the connections to the battery, sometimes corrosion will cause this problem. Also check where the other end of the battery connections join to the car. Could also be a bad solenoid or starter.
The kvt-617dvd doesn't list your changer as one that's compatible. However the changer install procedure is relatively simple - just plug the 13-pin cable from the changer directly into the kvt-617's hideaway receiver. I would suggest you connect it to see if the changer will work before buying anything else.
It's very likely that you have a factory amplifier in the vehicle that needs to be either turned on or (preferably) bypassed to get sound to the speakers. If your vehicle is a Mustang, it's almost certain that you have a factory amp.
If the factory plug includes a long, 8-pin gray plug and a small, square 8-pin plug connected to a round cable, then the amp turn-on wire is at the opposite end of the gray plug from the constant power wire. This needs to be connected to the blue/white wire on the Sony head unit for the factory amp to turn on.
Otherwise, if you dig into the radio cavity a little bit, you'll find a black 8-pin connector that looks very similar to the gray connector at the back of the radio. The black connector pins are connected directly to the speakers, bypassing the factory amp.