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Re: Engine management light
This is common problem with load sensing ecu to get rid of problem make sure your running proper size wiring guages and good ground for everything electric and if your audio system is greater then 1000 watts add a power capacitor to give a buffer for loading electrical system you can purchase a capacitor and proper wiring at wholesale pricing at this address. www.godspeedaudioheaven.com
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The 'illumination' wire is to hook up to your headlight switch to back-light all buttons when headlights are on. The pink and black audio interrupt I believe is for hands free cellphone communications it will cut out audio when you have a call and have your hands free hooked up through your stereo. The remote turn on is for external amplifiers it provides a small amount of power to to turn on/off external amplifiers. As far as your unit not working I would make sure you have a sufficient ground using a voltmeter and make sure your battery lead is fused and fuse is not blown. You should have a memory lead(maybe yellow) that need constant 12v and a ACC power that needs switched power that is only on with key(usually red). Hope this helps! :)