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the rca connections should run from the back of your stereo to the amp, the remote wire should be a blue one in your radio wiring harness. now for battery power, its best to run a seperate wire from the positive post on your battery. the ground wire should be ran as close to the amp as possible. hope this helps, if not let me know what i left out.
probably lost its line source for the memory. a dead car battery or removing or bad contact on your car battery would do it. or a bad crimp behind the stereo in the dash also, check the wire colored yellow and its connection/splice. some manufacturers use the blue wire for line power, but usually that is the antenna control or power amp line control.
310-327-2151 is eclipses new main number. try giving them a call and tell them whats going on. the eclipse radios had a anti theft thing that messed everyones world up. if power is disconnected from it it locks down. good luck
It plugs into the power antenna cord on your radio if your radio does not have a dedicated remote cord. The remote switch is so that you amp can detect when your radio is on and turn on too, or is off when your radio is off so as not to drain the battery
Try head cleaning. These things get a real beating, cars vibrate a lot, and potholes does no justice to anything. There is a chance it is on its way out. I bought a 400 dollar pioneer, and it broke after 3 months! I couldn't get it repaired because i lost the receipt. Lat time i buy from best buy, or pioneer...
depending on the power consumption of the amp u will need to run a 4-12 ga wire to the positive battery terminal. then u need to ground it with a wire connected to a clean ground like a chassis bolt. next u need preamp outputs on ur deck to send audio signals to the amp. lastly u need to hook up a remote wire to the blue wire in ur cd player harness
you should bypass the factory cd player. I installed a panasonic cd player in a 1994 gs 300 and it was hell. there are alot of wires that have nothing to do with the radio i believe one or some of those wires may be whats causing your problem try this solution if that doesnt work you may have a serious electrical problem
The lights may work because the might be tied in with your parking lights, allowing them to illuminate at night for visibility. First thing's first, did you check the fuses in the fuse panel? Check them all since cars have circuits mixed around and the radio is no exception. OK since all the fuses are good, you'll have to pull out the radio and unplug it from the harness. You will have to use a multimeter which you can get anywhere (wal-mart, etc). Set the meter to DC, put the probe on a bare piece of metal in the radio cavity and use the red probe on the harness. Scout the web for a diagram of your car's harness to know what to meter. Now since everything there is ok, you will have to dig a hole and throw the radio into it because the radio is dead. A new one can be bought for as little as $100. You will need a trim kit to fit it into the weird hole from the the radio and a wiring harness as well to make it match up to your car's harness. Both can be bought on e-bay for cheap. Actually the radio can too.