Wondering how do i get the cable that is meant to go from the car battery into the boot of my car into the car itself so its not showing on the outside its a 2001 ford fiesta i've been tryin since boxing day now an cant seem to do it
Probably you would be best off drilling a hole into you car wherever theres more space, depending on the gauge of the wire you should make the hole size. i would recomend drilling it above your pedals where its not visible and then passing it through the side clips or under your rug
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• Connect the ground wire to the vehicle first(Chassis) (clean dirt and paint to bare metal).
• Connect the remote on (blue wire). This wire will be on the back of your stereo
• Connect the RCA cables
• Connect the remote level controller with the supplied lead.
• Connect the 12 volt (red wire) to the positive battery terminal. (Make sure to use a power wire that has an in-line fuse.
• Check all connections.
If you need more help let me know
Well depending on the model of your stereo you could either connect with blue tooth or with a usb cable. Some stereo's have a mini jack on the front of them you could plug into. If your stero desn't have any of these options then you can buy a variety of FM transmitters that connect to the iphone and transmits the signal to a certain FM frequncy like 89.5 or something like that. Just google Iphone accessories or take a look at your local electronics place. Also google the model number of your stero and you should be able to get some info on your stero and the options that it has.
if this is an electric antenna it has a motor that makes it go up and down. Either the wire from the car stero is not hooked up to send to the signal to the motor or the motor itself needs to be replaced.
You have it wired wrong. With the fuse out it is like disconnecting the wire, thus removing the fault. Be glad it is shutting down. It is protecting itself from damage and electrical overstress. Trace the wire, my guess is it is a power wire that is grounding. Check all of your wiring again.
CHECK ACCESSORY ,BATTERY BACKUP OR GROUNDING WIRE ON STEREO TO CAR CONNECTION FOR LOOSE OR CORRODED CONECTIONS BECAUSE A POOR OR CORRODED CONNECTION WILL CAUSE A LOW VOLTAGE .HENCE ONLY WHEN THE CAR IS RUNNING IT WILL WORKE BECAUSE THE ALTERNATER WILL PRODUCE A LITTLE MORE VOLTAGE U KNOW WHAT I MEAN
hi there the wires what come out near the ariel are for aux in reverse camera and front aux and video in and out hope this helps i have got one of these steros and never use these cables just the main power and speaker ones
In the caravan are 2 types of Radio.
1. Normal sound system.
1 Premium sound system.
Note: If you don't want to cut the original wires,
You can buy a harness connector to install the aftermarket Radio. The connector are made by aplication, and are plug in.
The colour of the connector are the same colour with the Aftermarket Radio. Just you need to soldering or just put joint connectors.
Normal: colour of wires.
Pink = Battery voltage.
Red/withe = Ingnition Voltage.
Brown/red and Dark green. = Left front speaker.
Dark bku/red and Voilet = right front speaker.
Brown light blue and brown/yellow. = left rear speaker.
Dark blue/orange and dark blue white = right rear speaker.
Ground is a single wire behind the radio.
If you have a premium sound. You need to use the front speaker out to connect the speaker on the door and the speaker on the dash. To complete the 6 speaker.