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Do i need an antenna to recieve FM radio?


Yes. Stereo receivers typically have either screw terminals or a coax connector on the back for an FM antenna. You can use a TV antenna for this since FM radio is in the middle of the old TV VHF band. However, if the station you want is nearby, you can pick it up with a piece of telephone hookup wire (solid 28 gauge copper) connected to the antenna screw terminal (strip the insulation off the end of the wire that is connected to the terminal, but leave the rest of the insulation on). If you have only a coax connector, slip the end of the wire into the center terminal on the connector. The wire ideally should be about 30" long, but you may get by with less.

For more distant stations, you may want a long-range TV antenna.

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What are the blue wires coming out of the wire harness for


The wires are usually: Blue - Remote turn on for an after market amplifier Blue/White - Used to power an antenna that requires power to turn on.

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When playing cds in my sony cdxgt500 the sounds come throught the door and rear speakers fine, but not through the subs. everything works as it should while playing the radio.


Hello.... it sounds like you have the remote wire for the amplifier hooked to the solid blue wire behind the radio. You need to hook to the blue/white wire behind the radio. What happens is that the solid blue wire turns on the power antenna when you are listening to the radio and it turns off (lets the antenna down) when you listen to a cd. There should be a blue/white wire that is the amplifier turn on wire that will stay on as long as the head unit is on. Hope this helped!

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What is the solid blue wire go to? I know its not the remote or power.


Hi, the blue wire is used to signal an amplifier to turn on. If you do not have a separate amplifier, the blue wire can sometimes be used to operate an antenna motor. If your antenna does not retract, the blue wire is not used.

Mar 29, 2011 | Panasonic CQ-DPX153U CD Player

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Sony xplod am/fm cd model cdx-m610 will play cds but the radio want play. i have tried to reset radio still will not play


Make sure that you have the antenna plugged in and if you have a power antenna make sure that you hook up the solid blue antenna wire behind on the radio harness to the power antenna wire from the car plug.

May 21, 2010 | Sony CDX-M610 CD Player

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I cant find which onw is the power antenna wire is coming out the cd player


The wire is coming to be the blue with a white stripe for power antenna, if that wire isn't there you can always use the solid blue wire.

Oct 10, 2009 | Dual XDMR-7700 CD Player

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Aftermarket radio does not work


The wires in the radio are more likely:

RED : Main Battery Power
YELLOW : From Ignition Switch
BLACK; Ground
BLUE: Output for Accesory (Antenna o Amp)

Car;

Blue/Red: Main Battery Power
Pink/Black : From Ignition Switch
Yellow/Gray: Illumitation(Don't use)
Green/Black: Same

I may be able to email you a copy of the diagram (just to be safe...)

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JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT PIN RECIEVES THE B +


Ken,

Most common for all car Stereo wire color coding are:

Solid RED wire = +12V
Solid Black wire = negative ( - )
Solid Yellow wire = +12V (power ON /OFF) can add additional toggle switch for switching on and off the car stereo

Solid blue wire = Power antenna

the rest of the wires are for car speaker having positive and negative polarity.
note: for the speaker connection wires, all the solid colored wires are positive side (+) of speaker. those solid colored wire with stripe black line are for negative side (-) of the speaker

cheers,
mark

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No antenna detected


The wire is soldered to the board after going through the white insulation inside the connector barrel. After opening the unit, place the solder iron in the hole provided where the barrel is attached to the board. Push the broken piece out using a piece of 18AWG bare solid wire. This is a little tricky... make sure you don't damage other components on the board while pushing the old piece out. Then use the same 18AWG wire for the repair. Push it though from the outside of the barrel. Use the small lower opening to get the solder in place. Leave some space to move it back further when you solder into place. Then cut the wire flush with the outside of the barrel. Warm the solder again, and pushed the wire back in a little so it is recessed in the barrel. Let the solder get hard, and that's it... Works perfect. Should take 5-10 minutes.

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Sound problem


sounds like you have the antenna wire connected to the power amplifer lead in the car.

Go behind the radio, there is a solid blue wire that will be connected to a wire in the car, take the solid blue wire off, and connect the blue/white from the radio to where the solid blue was originally connected. This should solve your problem

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