Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CTVPGX011 connected to RD4 does
If your RD4 unit doesn't recognise that there is a new source then try the following:Connect up everything as explained in the instructions that came with the kit. Turn on the ignition of the car. You will notice that there is a small black rectangular box that came with the kit. Disconnect this i.e. unplug the connector from the black box. Wait a minute or two. Reconnect it. All other connections must be connected and the ignition should be on during this process. The RD4 should now recognise the aux source. You can test this by pressing the 'SRC' button. It should indicate that it is changed on the display.
Posted on Apr 17, 2012
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