Question about Vector 985 Radar Detector
Everything else seems to be working... it gave me a sound burb once but since then, nothing... help!
Sounds like a bad piezo. (speaker) If you want to replace it yourself it's pretty simple if you can use a soldering iron. it's either 2 or 4 pionts to de-solder the old one. the make and model will be stamped on it. Then goto Google or yahoo and enter the make and model, you'll find tons of styles to choose from and or the exact replacement. Should be under 10 bucks. If you have any troubles with this, post a comment and I can help you some more. (note) I spent 16 years in the world of custom automotive electronics and audio & I still love this stuff. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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