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AT THE BACK OF THE HEAD UNIT SEE IF A WIRE FROM THE CAR THAT FEEDS THE LIGHTS IS CONNECTED TO THE HEAD UNIT AS IT MAY BE INCORRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE MUTE LEAD FROM THE HEAD UNIT, TO TEST USE A TEST LAMP OR A METER AND TEST FEEDS WHILE SWITCHING LIGHTS ON AND OFF, YOU DONT NEED THIS LIGHTING FEED ON A AFTER MARKET HEADUNIT
that is what the reset button is there for! we were just saying the other day has anyone ever used a reset button the a headunit and we couldnt fing one person who had now i found some one thanks let me know if it works okk!
Hey jshaff, try taking off the detachable front, and you will see a reset button, press and hold in for 10 secs, this should solve your problem. if it doesn't work first time keep trying. you must have power to the head unit for this to work. you will hear the cd make a noise and that should be that, try and let me know.
Its not too hard to change. I have done this once before. Open main unit. Remove cd mech to get to the other end of the ribbon. Remove this end first. Manually rotate the motor worm gear until screws on head unit are visible. Install ribbon in head unit then main unit. Make sure the ribbon contacts and ribbon are positioned/routed the same way. Rotate that motor (end to end) again to see if the ribbon hangs up anywhere.
I have the same HU and the same processor as you. First I only used the chinch cables to the processor, and from the changer.
The improvements you make; your headunit DAC and your chancher DAC wil not be used anymore. The differens; normal with a cd you convert a digitalsignal into analoge, in the HU or changer, and then you make it digital again in the processor, en put the signal analoge into your amp.
The advantage is; the processor uses the famous Burr Brown DACs and that is know by its good sound processing.