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First All Check: 1.Confirm whether same sim card is working in other h.s or not. 2.Make sure the sim slot is o.k. only try these two. 3.If all the above steps fails, check the SIM card connector pins for damage. if so try to get serviced. 4.if ur sim card is good then it is problum form sim card ic u have u raplace it with SMD. u can make it jumper mean u can fix this prob with out sim card is for this contact. 5.take sim connector slight up by pin then cheak by inserting sim. 6.hot air gun on sim i.c. then cheak it. Last Option: IF make sure that the sim card hasn't been damamged at all sO Please You Go to Service & Sim Office and Get the Duplicate Sim Same Your No From Office Oprator Problem will Solved Quickly
If you are not getting any network from your phone it my be be due to:* sim card issues* network / outage issues* phone issues SIM Card issues:1. turn off mobile phone2. remove battery3. remove SIM card and memory card4. clean the SIM card from any dirt or dust5. wait for 2 minutes then plug back battery6. insert memory card and SIM card properly7. turn on mobile phone8. check if you will be provided with a signal from the upper right corner of your phone's screen. if not, try a different SIM card. Outage:1. call your service provider and confirm if there are outages in the area or outages from the BTS where your SIM card is registered. Phone Issues:1. if the phone is open line, try to enter a different SIM card2. try to insert the SIM card into a different phone, check if it will be provided with a signal3. if the second phone still dont get any signal and your service provider stated that there is no outage that may affect signal issues from your phone, check it from them if your sim card is still active.4. last resort is asking for a SIM replacement with the same phone number
Check for these power supplies on the Sub deflection board first on the right side of the board there are two Connectors one is a 12 Pin connector CN803 From the top of the connector the wires should read;
Next is the connector below that one which is a 10 pin connector CN802 they should read
Next is a 14 pin connector on the top left side of the board CN801 those should read
Check those supplies and see if they are correct or if any are missing
it will ask for the PUK code when you try inserting the wrong pin for 3 times ...
so to get the PUK code follow these steps: 1. call to your network provider s customer care from some of your friends number of the same network ... tell your number & ask them for the PUK code.. 2. they may ask you the details of sim like in whose name it is etc.. answer that ... 3. after that they will provide you the PUK code note it down 4. enter the noted PUK number to your cell ... 5. your sim will get unlocked ....
if you try inserting the wrong PUK codes for more than 5 or 10 times it
will completely block the sim after that you must contact the network
provider s shoppe only to get it unlocked .. remember this ...
solves your problem ...
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To activate factory wigwags in a 2007/2008 Police Dodge Charger, connect pin 1 of the 24way upfitter connector found at the console (near the radio) to battery voltage -- the 47k series resistor is only required for MY2006.
That connection causes the VSIM module (located under the AM/FM radio) to send a CAN message to the FrontControlModule, where the front control module drives the headlights in the wigwag mode.
Pin 2 of the upfitter connector does the rear wigwags.
Some of the pinout of the 2008 upfitter connector from the VSIM to the console is different than 2006/2007 -- a Chrysler harness booboo for 2008.
Note that the VSIM (also known as PTIM) module is only on factory police Chargers -- civilian cars do not have this module.