Question about Pioneer DEH-P80MP CD Player
This does not happen when i crank my radio all the way up on the radio. but when i put it a CD and try to crank the volume i get to right about 42-44 and then it says ACC line error... does any1 know what i have to do to fix this? or if i culdve installed soemthing wrong
Your stereo is trying to pull more juice then your electrical system wants to dedicate to the accessory line. Thats why Pioneer provides a secondary source wire that is attached to the inline fuse. Mkae sure that the fuse is no more than 10A as the larger fuse will provide too much resistance. Another problem that could be happening is that many auto manufacturers(foreign especially) have gone with lower voltage wiring harnesses. Use a multi-meter and make sure that you are getting a minimum of 12-14volts constant with key in the on position. If voltage is reading 9-10 volts which is common in some model cars, you may have to upgrade your system or just live with 3/4 volume. Good luck guys.
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