Question about Pioneer DEH-1600 CD Player
I am trying to install a Pioneer radio in my 1999 ford taurus. It is not a new radio, i took it out of my old car. I am not sure i have all the wires right but i know that the acc, battery and memory are connected right (because there is continuity) but the radio will not come on. How do i even make sue that the radio is not faulty?
btw, i am not sure that the product i selected is the right one but it is a pioneer cd player.
There are a few things you may need to check:
1.Make sure you have 12v to the yellow wire on the harness with a good ground at the black wire, and the red wire should be your ignition switched acc wire.
2.Make sure your fuse under the radios wire harness connector is good.
If all of that is in order hook it up, turn the key on and hit the on/off button on the cd player, most aftermarket radios require you to manually turn them on the first time, and anytime the battery is disconnected. If is still doesn't work the unit is more than likely bad.
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