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Sep 5, 2013 - Uploaded by Mx Car Audio
I recently bought the Alpine W940 and the bluetooth that connects to ... A simple reboot at the shop and the ...
sp?ciales, de l'actualit? d'Alpine, et vous aurez une chance de remporter des prix. Gracias por adquirir ... MANUAL DE OPERACI?N .... Listening to the Radio .
what year is your car?newer cars 1999 and up the radio wiring harness goes thru the ecm (electronic control module).if that head unit is not supported it wont work correctly.in a bad case senario the head unit could damage the ecm.
you must contact alpine with model no.because this is so you dont get ripped off for your system.you will also need to get id numbers off box of head unit.they will ask for them.if for any reason you think this head unit was stolen at one time or another.alpine will be able to tell, if it was reported.just a warning.if you have paper work from this head unit,THAT CAME WITH IT,it should be in there.the code .good luck.ps alpine may want a fee for the code.ps make sure all fuses are checked and grounds before you contact alpine.or if your lazy best buy can handle it.getting the code unlocked.FOR A PRICE.hope i could help.ps make sure you write the code down,because it will happen again,thats for sure.
You need to run the RCA cables from the head unit to the sub for the audio signal, and possibly a turn on wire (the blue one on the back of the head unit), unless the sub has an automatic power feature.
The sub also needs power and ground wires attached, but those do not connect to the head unit. Power should be run directly from the battery with an inline fuse, and ground should go to the nearest good ground point (Trunk latch, seat bolt, etc).