Question about Car Audio & Video
There 2 power supplies that feed the radio 1st one is nornally red main power controled by key 2nd one often yellow controls screen and channel memory and clock it is allways live check these first. second check for blown fuses as it will be controled by 2 of them. check in line fuse and fuse built in to the back of the radio. hope this helps
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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