I am trying to sought out the wires,on this radio,so as to get it to work in a Landrover-Freelander1999 Reg,which has a Radio/cassett standard Model
R660. THe reason,I want the Goodman to work,is I also have A 6.C/D player
Box,to fit with it,So,would like to obtain a wireing handbook or any INFo
to get it to work.I can get it to light up when switched on.I have all the speaker wires marked, So,it is the remaining wirers
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If you have a multimeter or test light, try to find a wire that still has 12v when the key is off. Connect that wire to the yellow wire of the radio. The yellow wire has to have constant voltage going to it to maintain the memory.
Check the power from the harness. The yellow wire which is usually for constant 12v power and the red wire which should only have power when the key is turned on. check those wires and if you have power on both then the radio is fried. Try pushing the pins in the back of the radio harness in and see if maybe there is a loose pin, other than that, like i said , the radio may be bad.
whenever you do a repair on wiring that has been altered assume the worse, most often its from someone trying to fix it on the cheap , damaging units then bringing it in and claim all was well before, i always start from scratch, test radio on the bench to make sure it works first, then retrace all wiring, you never know what damage sommeone else has done
You have two wires that are needed to turn the radio on. The positive and the ground. Check for 12volts on the red . If you have 12volts and the blk is hooked up then the radio is the problem. All the other wires are for speakers and the antenna motor if you havea retractable one. If you dont have power on the red or you dont have a red wire test them all. You should have 12 volts on one wire with the key off. This is memory. You should have 12v on two wires with the key on. This is memory and power.
It sounds like they messed up your installation. You can confirm their work by verifying that each wire was attached properly.
2005 Pontiac Sunfire Car Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Pink
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Pink
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue
Click on this link for a PDF of the installation instructions of the radio (If you don't have the installation guide that came with the radio).
Illumination is the grey wire from the car to the orange with white stripe from the radio.
I suspect that the yellow wire from the car is not connected properly. When the orange wire (constant power from the car) is attached, but not the yellow wire you can insert and eject cds, but it will not turn on. Constant power is used for maintaining the clock and preset radio stations.
If everything looks correct, I would take your car back to the installer and have them correct the issue.
Your chrysler 300 has a factory amplifier built in to the system. Seems you have connected the radios antenna turn on wire (usually solid blue) to the factory amp turn on wire. You must disconect the radios antenna turn on wire and connect the blue wire with a white stripe to the factory amp turn on wire. The problem with the blue antenna turn on wire is that when you are switching from radio to cd the unit is shutting off power on that wire(because it thinks its trying to lower a power antenna) Once the correct blue/white wire is connected the factory amp will stay on wether its am/fm or cd. Hope this helped
First thing i'd do here would be to investigate if the electromagnetic interference is coming in through the supply feed. I would bring another battery on board (Charged fully), one that isnt connected to the boats electrical system and see if the emi still afflicts reception. If it stops or reduces to a permissible level one can attack the problem with emi suppressors and filters. A good place to start would be the alternator, try suppressing the emi at source.
The second path the emi takes to pollute reception would be via air straight to the units antenna.
The solution sought here might not be a single remedy but a total of 3 or 4 tweaks, each leading to a percentage improvement. try shifting the antenna too, maybe shielding might contribute some.
there is a wire on the back of your radio that is red and it has to be hoocked up along with the yellow and the black, you have to hook that red wire up to a power source as well that is the wire that turns the radio off and on with your key.