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2000 Mazda 626 Problem

When put Parking or Neutral, the car turns off after 40 seconds.


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Re: 2000 Mazda 626 Problem - MTX Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer/Mazda Navajo 1991-2001 Thunderform Loaded with 10 Inch...


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Hi, I have Mazda 626 year 2000 and I won't to

Four (4) total. 2 (6 x 8 inch) in the rear and 2 (6 x 9 inch) in the rear deck.. See my site for more details

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I have a jvc kdavx1 trying to hook up to a 2000 buick reagal need to know how the wires hook up

Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

2000 Buick Regal Car Stereo Install Diagram jvc kdavx1
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Orange yellow
Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow red
Radio Ground Wire: Black/White black
Radio Illumination Wire: Gray/Black orange/white
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Tan white
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray white/black
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green gray
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green gray/black
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Brown green
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow green/black
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Blue purple
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue purple/black
parking brake: blue light green

For this last wire, access the back of the parking brake to find a switch with a blue wire. Peel some insulation from the wire and wrap the stripped end of a 3 foot piece of 16 or 18 gauge wire around the stripped section. Solder and wrap the connection with electrical tape, route the wire to the jvc, then strip and solder the other end to the pigtail of the head unit.

If you are also installing a camera seeing behind you when backing, you will need to run a wire to the back-up light on the driver side reverse light (light green) wire along with your video cable.

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Rough idle on 1991 mazda navajo

It is the throttle positioning sensor about 40 dollars at your local parts store.

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Parking brake wire override

DVD head units have one extra wire in their wiring harnesses, compared to a standard CD head unit. On my Jensen, it's a peach-colored wire, and is the activation wire for the DVD feature. During the installation, the instructions call for this wire to be tapped into the emergency brake indicator light wire. The reason is this:

The e-brake indicator light is what is called a "ground complete" circuit. That means that the bulb always has power applied, but when you pull the brake, that puts a ground to the wire and completes the circuit, allowing it to illuminate. The head unit sees this ground, and activates the DVD player.

In my Jensen unit, I simply ran this wire to a ground (I used a screw near the fuse box), and I put a switch on the wire, so I could break the ground contact at will. Jensen calls for a procedure to activate DVD playback. In their instructions, they tell you to select DVD from the option menu, and when the "lawyer screen" comes up (the one warning you to park before you watch a movie), you release the e-brake for 3-5 seconds, and then reapply it. To simulate that with the switch I used, I leave the switch closed (activated), and select DVD. Then I flip the switch "off" for 3-5 seconds, and flip it back "on". This tricks the head unit into thinking I put the e-brake off for a few seconds and then put it back on, and the movie will start. Then I can drive away.

Basically, ground the wire that is used for DVD activation, and put a switch inline on it. Then you can break and reapply the ground in whatever manner is required by the manufacturer of your head unit. If there is no off/on sequence with yours, as there is with mine, simply ground the wire to a screw inside the dashboard and you're done.

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Purchased my son a second hand Mazda 626. Its fitted with a Philips Logic Control radio Philips No CW077A or Fujitsu Ten No CE-3434TY1. I obtained all the owners manuals with the vehicle but unfortunately...

Unless changed cby the owner it should be the last 4 digits of the VIN number which can be read from the label on the driver's door panel. If it has been changed, I'm afraid there is no way to retrieve it unless you can contact the previous owner.

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1997 mazda 626

black rubber nob big hose from air filter to motor its behind that big hose on the driver side let me know pierre if you have any more question

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How to bypass video nav cd override

If its an aftermarket device, it has a sensor that is connected to the electronics of the vehicle to indicate that it is parked. Check the wiring, find the wire and move it to something that is always on, radio, a/c controls, etc. Best of Luck.

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