Jvc deck same problem, powers on and functions but no sound
My g/f has a 97 chrysler lhs with an inifinity factory stereo and speakers, i used the factory wiring harness adapters to the cd player and when all the wires are hooked up correctly there is no sound, but i test one of the set of wires to from the deck with a speaker i get sound, im baffled, please help!
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It sounds like you have the "Infinity System". The accessory/antenna wire has to be hooked up to the power wire for the factory installed amplifier (should be located under the passenger's seat). Locate the wire from the original harness and hook it to the amp wire. I hope that helps. Please rate my assistance and leave a testimonial.
You have 4 wires because 2 are from stereo and the other 2 go to another speaker like a tweeter. You can either hook up the ones from the deck and leave the other 2 at the lose of tweeters. or hook the + together, and hook the - together
DOES THE RADIO PLAY? HERE ARE THE FACTORY WIRING COLORS FOR THE RADIO HARNESS, RECHECK YOUR WORK. IF U FIND NOTHING THEN IF THE RADIO PLAYS THE CD PLAYER IS DEFECTIVE, IT HAPPENS BELIEVE ME.
2001 Chrysler 300M Car Stereo Wiring Diagram Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Pink Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Red/White Car Radio Ground Wire: Chassis or Strap Car Radio Illumination Wire: N/A Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Orange Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Orange/Red Car Stereo Cell Phone Mute Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: Located under the rear deck in the trunk. Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Red Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Blue/Red Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Light Blue Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue/White Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Blue/Orange
This is caused because the stereo you have put in, is a high power output, or higher than the factory and puts that extra power into the factory amp systems causing the amp to surge the power to the speaker resulting in the pop sound,most newer cars use a stereo system without an internal amp so as to reduce heat and a external amp in usually under a seat or dash and a high power stereo boost the output of the amp.
Don't see a LHS for 1998, just compared 96 and 97, 2 different parts although same engine. They must have modified the heater/ac system in 98. From what I can tell, the 96 has a bracket attached to the motor whereas the 97 doesn't . If you were to remove the old blower motor and bring it to the junkyard and check it against the 97 or newer blower motors, it's possible that its just a matter of retrofitting the bracket off your broken motor to the newer model. Hope this helps and Best of Luck to you!
you have to get the cable that conects your factory deck harness to the aftermarket deck, and that will allow you to use your factory speakers and amp, the wire harness is availiable at canadian tire or any stereo shop
in order to make those speakers sound good (if they can sound good at all) you need to use equalizer box witch came with them.
If your receiver does not have tape monitor loop or preamp to amp jumpers you can not use those speakers.
To be honest you do not loose much...
none of this stuff is any good (sorry for bad news), but if you like those speakers (I know they have big fans, even if in HI-FI world, they not consider as good) you have to change you receiver.
Currently you have the blue wire from your Kenwood head unit connected to the blue wire in the Chrysler wire harness adapter. You need to disconnect this wire, and reconnect it to the blue/white wire coming from your Kenwood head unit instead. You probably already have the remote wire from your subwoofer amp connected there; both wires need to be attached to the blue/white Kenwood remote output.
Your LHS is equipped with a factory amp. The blue wire in the Chrysler harness activates the amplifier, but it's connected to your Kenwood's power antenna activation output; therefore it's only being turned on when the tuner is selected.