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Re: Is WMS303 compatible to hook up mp3?
If your unit has an AUX IN then use that, otherwise you need to utilize the IP Bus system (the place where a CD change would hook up). If that's the case you will need to purchase and adapter from the manufacturer or Crutchfield.com
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No code or series of buttons, sounds like you blew a fuse.
Check your vehicle's user manual for fusebox location and check the fuses. There is also a fuse on the back of the deck itself that may have blown.
Those RCA connectors on your stereo are preamp outputs not inputs. Take it out of your MP3 player or you are gonna ruin it. If you wish to listen to an MP3 player with this stereo the you will have to use a wireless FM transmitter. https://www.myjupiterjack.com/?tid=3740&gclid=COKv-4n2nagCFYRa7Aod_T-wIQ You will put this item in the little jack on the top pf your MP3 player and on that little transmitter you will have 4 station selections to make sure you can find an empty one. You will turn the radio to the radio channel selection and your MP3 will come out of your deck on that frequency. You can use it for your cell as well. At 2 for $10 buck plus shipping it's a great deal. I use them myself.
First to start you need an amp something that is a little stronger than your subs. What you want to do is 'T' off your speaker wires into RCA's to hook up into the amp. There is a device you can buy or you can cut some RCA cables. There are a few down sides to do it this way because as you turn up the volume the Subs will get louder and start to distort a lot faster than hooking up proper. The best way to do it is to get a deck with RCA sub outputs. Good Luck
first of all the rca jacks in the back of your radio are for plugging in an amp, not your mp3 player. there should be an auxiliary jack(looks like a headphones jack) in the front of the head unit. if there is no auxiliary jack in the front then you will have to go buy a new head unit with an auxiliary jack.
It sounds like if it only works a day or two and then you disconnect it and re-connect it, and it works again for a day or two, I don't think the problem is how you are connecting it. I think the radio needs to be reset every couple of days. If it has a reset button, just press that and it will at least keep you from disconnecting it and reconnecting it.
This also sounds like it has an internal electronic problem. When you disconnect the radio, it resets the microprocessor. You should have it checked out by a service center, or if you do not want to spend any money on this radio, just get a new one.
you can buy the proper harness for any vehicle at most stereo shops or even some at WalMart, but you have to hook it to the one that plugs into the radio. The colors on each harness will be identical- just match them up.