Question about Car Audio & Video
Trying to install a Durabrand DB1215 CD Receiver into a 1995 Plymouth Voyager with a wiring harness. Got all the wires hooked up except the orange illumination wire(in vehicle harness). Keep blowing fuses trying to figure it out.
Well if your trying to actively wire it up with the car battery still connected that is why you are blowing fuses. just a heads up too if you have a live connection while hooking up the cd player you could short out other electrical devices and you could be in alot more trouble thatn just blowing fuses. the black wire is what is blowing fuses its because you have it hooked up wrong to a wire that is sending voltage not recieving voltage. ground the black wire to the actual chassis instead of hooking it to the ground wire from the harness or whatever color its grounded to which shouldnt be anything but black if you have the black wire hooked up to ANYTHING that isnt black that is why you are popping fuses. so hook up the red yellow and make your own ground you shouldnt have any problems after that.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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