Question about Kenwood KDC-X659 CD Player
I have had my car for 6 months now and it came with a Kenwood KDC-X659 MP3 player. It worked great 'til 2 weeks ago and it won't play at all! Any suggestions? I have changed the fuse but it still doesn't work.
I think you need to have at least 11 volts or more on the yellow and the REd wires for it to turn on. Using a volt meter set on DC volts and at least a range of 20Volts, you can read the REd wire to the Black wire and see if you have at least 11 volts. Do the same for the yellow wire and reference to the black wire. you need at least 11 volts, Your car should be running about 13.6 volts across the battery.
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
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