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I need to no what the wire colors mean on my head unit

Its a jvc kd-s590

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Hope this helps

http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/49767ien.pdf

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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Cannot find way to change time setting after DST began today. no manual jvc kd-s590


Press and hold SEL (Select) and Adjust with volume up/down and move from hours to mins with next track/last track

HTH :)

Just found a manual at
http://www.jvc.ca/en/consumer/archived-product-detail.asp?model=KD-S590

looks like im close, but have no model to test with sorry

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Set the clock


Step by step included, change clock on JVC KD-s590 KTC- 4th Mar 2005 4:00 Setting the clock:

1 Press and hold SEL (Select) for more
than 2 seconds.
“CLOCK H”, “CLOCK M”, “SCM LINK” or
“LEVEL” appears on the display.

2 Set the hour.

3 Select “CLOCK H” if not shown on the
display.

4 Adjust the hour.

5 Set the minute.

6 Select “CLOCK M.”

7 Adjust the minute.

8 Press SEL (select) to finish the setting.

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Jvc kd-s590, installing in other car and only the att (red) light comes on no display or sound. tried resetting, fuse is good. that's it.


sounds like only the constant(yellow) wire has power. you need to make sure that the switched wire(red) has power as well. good way to trouble shoot, is to hook the red to the yellow to see if it powers up then, if so you know the radio is ok, you just need to find a better power source for the red wire. hope this helps.

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try to check the transistor and resistor

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Here you go second to last page showes you how to hook up.

http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/49767ien.pdf


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you need to have whoever installed the unit connect the YELLOW (memory) wire on the back to a constant 12 volt power source. It is hooked up right now to only have power when the key is on. this is why when you turn off the key, you loose memory.

what kind of car is this in... I can tell you what wire goes to what color if you cant figure it out.

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