I bought a honda crx, it came with a pioneer deh1600. the guy who sold it to me removed his big bass system, and was supposed to leave the head unit. he took it out and then gave it back to me. now he can't find the rear plug that goes into the radio. i have the honda plug and wires, but i need to find the plug into the head unit itself, so i can splice the wires. anyone have a solution, or know where to buy one? thanks.
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here is the wiring code for you stereo,if that is what you need,batt constant-org.acc.yellow,ground-black/white.illum-brown.dimmer-gray.speaker wires,RF-+light green,-dark green,LF-+tan,-gray,LR-+brown,-yellow,RR+dark blue,-light blue.i hope that helps you if you have other questions go to carstereohelp.com.
Sounds like you have
1) the rear speaker cable is plugged into the wrong colored hole
2) the audio software thinks you have a subwoofer, but you don't? Check on the audio software for ways to configure the speakers, the latest chips auto-detect when you plug in a cable, and ask you what that was you plugged in.
Has it always done this, or is this a new problem? If this is a new problem you may need the unit serviced. It may need the lens cleaned, or laser replaced. If the laser is getting weaker it can do that. They also have these small oil filled dampers used like shock absorbers. If one of those is torn and has leaked a little oil out it will skip much easier. They also use springs to support the cd mech, if a spring has streched out or come loose, that can also make it skip on big bass hits.
You can always try putting some foam or something around the radio to help keep those heavy bass hits from vibrating the radio. But then the radio may get too hot.
Make sure the radio is very secure in the dash.
If this problem has been going on since you installed the radio, you have an installation problem. The radio is a little loose and prone to move around a little.