The cd part works, but the radio crackles, and wont play.
Any suggestions please?
I had the ecu unit done, and its been funny since.
Also, the vents, for the heater wont blow from the middle of the car, and seems to be failing a bit from the sides now.
Thanks in anticipation
I suggest you take your car back to the person who did your ecu unit because they may not have put your dash back on properly if your blower is working and the vents are not it sounds like the hoses have not been put back on straight and the hoses have blown off and caused your head unit to become faulty you may be able to claim this from the person who did the original job to your ecu
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technics wont play cd-r or any copy cd's thats why you get no disc but if this is the case with all cd's then it sounds like you need a new laser unit, the crackling sound is your laser breaking up, there easy to come by on ebay plenty for sale worldwide.
Hi it sounds like the dimmer switch has had it, remove the dimmer and connect the 2 wires from it together if the dash lights stay on then thats the issue.
I dont think the rear window is related, most likely the motor in the door has gone or the mechainsim is to tight you will need to remove the door trim to inspcet it, can you still here the motor? if so then the fault is mechanical and not electrical.
YOU SHOULD HAVE 2 POWER FEEDS TO BACK OF HEAD UNIT, ONE IS SWITCHED OFF IGN AND ONE CONSTENT, WITH THE GALAXY ITS WIRED LIKE A vw/seat SO IF YOU HAVE FITTED A NON FORD UNIT THEN YOU NEED TO SWITCH THE RED AND YELLOW FEED AT THE REAR OF THE HEAD UNT. CHECK YOU HAVE 2 FEEDS GOING TO THE REAR, IF ONLY GETTING 1 YOU MAY HAVE A FUSE GONE, CHECK BOX UNDER DASH AND THE OTHER ONE UNDER HOOD/BONNET
it seem like a problem with the internal tuner. Somehow it detects diffrent frequency now, i am not familiar with frequency used in aircrafts, but I would gues they use higher frequency that FM bandwith. Capacitor lessen in value when they fail, so that would cause the local oscillator in your radio to detect higher frequency. As far as fixing them you would have to be an expert in radio comunication electronics. I for one a novice when it comes to how demodulation processes work and all that. Best solution is to put another radio, or you can take it to a CB shop. They maybe able to fix that. CB shops are usually around truck stops, because they service the CB radios that truckers use.
When I first got my Ka, the wiring between the car and the door was snapped. If you open the door there is a rubber tubing, if u assume 2 wires are snapped and try 2 pull them together through the rubber tubing you should hear a crackle if thats the fault. Even if you do not, it will almost certainly be this. To fix it, you need 2 use a stanley knife 2 cut open the rubber tubing then connect the to snapped wires together. I did this by getting a small amount of speaker cable and adding it 2 both ends, using plenty of insulation tape. This is the most common fault for speaker problems in the Ka.