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Re: LEDs don't light
only on fixya would we get a complaint that speakers that are supposed to make sound work great but some lights on them dont work....
ugh.. ok with most of the spealers that have l.e.d.s typically have a seperate connection for the lights. The red wire goes to a switched 12 volt power source, the black goes to chassis ground... if they have power and ground but dont light up then they are junk...
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Question: Did you use a wiring harness to install the radio? If not, I recommend you get one and use it. You run the risk of frying you entire electrical system if you don't. Of course, you may get lucky, but not usually. The wires on the wiring harness will match the wiring of the radio you are installing. All radio wires are standardized in color. If you did use a harness, check the crimps on the wires. Hope this helps
Head unit - JVC Camelion
Front - Sony Xplode 4 way 8" 150w (will need door pods)
Back - Kenwood 7x10, 4 ways, 320W, (these will act like subs for you)
Wiring - Make sure you use competiton wiring in the system.
the brown wire is the LR+,yellowLR-. The drk blue is the RR+,lt blue is the RR-.If this dose not work test speakers.IF speakers work make sure you have a good output from stereo with the old speakers.Are you using the factory deck?
the problem you are having is most likely electrical noise generated by your alternator one way of fixing this is to get a noise filter or noise suppressor other wise make sure your power cable don't run adjacent other wires this itself might create interference this includes your aerial wire