Question about Car Audio & Video
I brought a new kenwood Kenwood KDC-237SA CD Player for my nissan almera last week. I was able to remove the old stereo no problem. Connected up the my new stereo and when I went to turn it on the lights on the stereo flashed then went off. I automatically assumed that the new stereo was at fault so jumped the gun slightly and got on the phone to the supplier and had a right go. Long story short, removed the new stereo and fitted the original stereo only to find that the old stereo also stopped working. I assume that something with the internal wiring has gone wrong somewhere. where do I begin checking to try and find a fault?
CHECK YOUR MANUAL. SOME KENWOOD (AND OTHERS) USE A DIFFERENT WIRING CONFIGURATION WHERE ONE OR TWO WIRES HAVE TO BE SWAPPED AROUND FOR CERTAIN CARS. ITS NORMALLY THE RED AND YELLOW WIRES THAT NEED SWAPPING.
OTHERWISE, CHECK THE LITTLE FUSE AT THE BACK OF THE UNIT. THE POWER MIGHT HAVE SPIKED WHEN YOU CHECKED YOUR UNIT AND BLOWN THIS.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
Check the fuses
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
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