Question about Car Audio & Video
My non stock radio in my 1990 ford probe wont work it has power but doesnt work other than that it worked fine when we got the car but then we found a red wire disconnected on the drivers side floor and ever since then the radio hasnt worked if i could figure out where the wire goes i could fix it but i have no idea i don't have a diagram of my cars electrical
If you Have Display Lights.Then the Memory wire is Hooked up .But the Power wire is not.That is the Red Wire Hanging.It was going to the fuse box before it fell off .Use a Volt Meter (DC).Or a12 volt test light
You Want a Fuse that only has Power (12 Volts) When the Key is Turned on.Use a little connector to connect the wire to that fuse...That will do it..Good Luck
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