Question about Kenwood KRC-479R Cassette Player
I painted my dash (needed removal) for the first time. When I put it back in I pulled the radio wires through and hooked up my CD Player. I set the player by the shifter to grab something and it slid into the metal frame under the dash and sparked. I grabbed it quick.
Now my player doesn't work. I checked and changed all fuses even though none were blown. I bought a test light and touched it to all the wires, the only one that had power was the yellow which I think is the battery.
Some people say i might have shorted my ignition wire. I have no way to hook this up to any other car to see if it's the cd player. The ignition with the key turned though should light the test light correct? There shouldn't be just one wire that activates the light?
The red wire should light the test light all the time.
The yellow wire should light the test light only when ignition is on.
the black wire should be tied to the body of the car. Red and yellow should be only wires with power to light test light,
you have blown fuse if the red wire is not lighting the test light.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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