Question about Eclipse Car Audio & Video
When i change my car Battery Eclipse AVN4405D car stereo software got deleted and needs to re install. plz help to get a software CD so that I can keep it in car when it corrupted or deleted i can install it easily... thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MDA779JB Car Stereo
The manual appears to only be available in Japanese. Sorry. http://www.alpine.co.jp/alpine/owners/oml_images/pdf/mda-w779jb_om02.pdf I have however been able to badly translate the japanese for the clock setting - check page 50 of the manual (page 17 of the pdf file). It reads: To set the Time: keep pushing "Disp 1" until you get the time set mode (possibly means 'hold down' not keep pressing) press "Clk Adj" for 2 seconds or more and the time blinks If you push "H" within 5 seconds you can adjust the time. push "M" to change the values, then if you leave it for 5 seconds it is set. The first footnote says this directly translated - sorry I have no idea what they mean on this one (i think carries means saves in this case)- "When liking to adjust to time signal, when ?the time? ?, CT? is pushed after the setting ?amount? indication becomes with ?00?. ?: When indicating which exceeds 30? when ?CT? is pushed, ?the time? it carries" Second footnote says this; You can do this procedure starting from any mode. Hopefully, with the pictures in the manual to show you which buttons they are talking about, this can get your clock set. If so, then if you want to try and translate other parts of the book, just copy and past it bit by bit into; http://translate.google.com/translate_t?langpair=ja|en seems quite good as these things go. Hope this helps, if not please ask again and tell me what you got trying the above procedure. :)
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
SOURCE: stereo lock up
Yes, there probably is a hack to unlock your stereo and reset with a new CD you can put in a wrapper and tape to the inside of you vehicle above the stereo should this happen again.
Me I would suggest you discuss this with one of our real audio techs such as Robotek. You can tell him I sent you.
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Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: Car CD stereo
Either you blew the memory fuse or didn't connect the radio to the proper wire. Check fuses inside and under the hood.
The memory wire to the radio needs 12v all the time. If it's not connected or no power at the lead the radio will reset every time you turn off the car.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
you can check out
this website has lots of wiring diagrams and manuals
if no help there then go to local jeep chrysler dealer and go to parts dept they can order you a new manual from dealer, you might even get lucky and find a 97 on the lot with manual still in it. good luck and let me know what you find out, not sure if i still have my manual or not i also have a 97 grand cherokee. i might be able to help a bit more.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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