I got a home stereo system for a gift second hand. there was no wiring diagram for the components. i have an equilizer, a receiver, a tape player, and a cd changer. i have some of it hooked up right, but i can't get anything hooked up to the equilizer. can anyone help me?
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Well check your fuse panel diagram for those components and see if the fuse is there ,maybe they forgot to put them back in or make sure they are good. If so than you might have a headache on your hands if they didnt bother to hook them back up. Or they could have ripped them when they installed the wheel I would have them do it if you have a warranty and if they worked prior to the install. Wiring diagrams can be found inside the back of a Haynes manual that you can get at your auto parts store,it's pretty time consuming and a royal pain. Probably the simplest way would be to pull the instrument panel and just wire it back to the fuse panel off each component(looking at the Haynes manual).Cause by the time you chase down all those wires you could have rewired it.
This usually means an overload. On my daughter's system it was because she had extended the speaker wire and where she has spliced the wires the two sides were touching. Try un-hooking your speakers and turn on the system. If it works without shutting off then you can reconnect the wires one speaker at a time. Maybe you have a short in the wire or speakers.
GPS systems are standard features in many new vehicle .
A GPS system communicates with satellites to provide directions through
unfamiliar locations. However, older vehicles don't come with GPS, and
many drivers purchase aftermarket systems for their vehicles.
Installing a GPS system in your vehicle can increase its value and help make traveling a much more enjoyable experience. Instructions And Materials Needed Below.
Plastic putty knife,Flat and Phillips screwdriver set,Wrench set,GPS system
the edge of a plastic putty knife under the edge of the radio face and
lift the plastic housing off. Most aftermarket GPS systems incorporate
a radio or CD player to replace the old stereo.
the bolts on the left and right side of the stereo and pull it gently
out of the dashboard. Unplug the connections at the back of the stereo
and unscrew the mounting bracket on each side.
the mounting bracket from the stereo to the sides of the GPS system. If
you've purchased the correct GPS unit for the make and model of your
vehicle, the bracket will attach with just a screwdriver.
the wires into the back of the GPS system and slide the unit back into
the dashboard. The ports on the back of the unit will be color-coded to
correspond with the proper wire plugs, so there is no confusion when
connecting the unit.
the GPS unit by inserting the bolts back into the bracket and
tightening them with the wrench. Replace the plastic cover over the
face of the unit and press it down until the plastic holders click into
place. Turn the vehicle on and follow the instructions on the screen to
program your new GPS system.
this is the layout below. But in my personal experience i just buy an adapter harness. But if you want to hardwire the information is below.
1994 Nissan Pathfinder Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Red/Black Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Blue Car Radio Ground Wire: Chassis Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Yellow Car Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Radio Antenna Trigger: N/A Car Radio Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: 5′ x 7′ Front Speakers Location: Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/White Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue/Yellow Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Brown Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/White Rear Speakers Size: 5′ x 7′ Rear Speakers Location: Roof Mount Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Green Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Pink
if you need further information please let me know and i will be glad to assist you further. Thanks, Midwest-tek