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Re: bluetooth microphone is it in the radio
From what I can tell, the radio doesn't have Bluetooth built-in. If the optional Bluetooth module is also installed, I believe the microphone is a separate wired mic that gets routed to somewhere near the front. Either way, the mic isn't in the radio. If your having trouble with your voice being heard, you may have to trace the mic cable from the Bluetooth module and make sure the connection is good and the wire hasn't broken. I'm afraid that's the best I can do with the info I have!
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it plugs in to the the plugs you unpluged from the original radio if there are no plugs then your going to have to wire it all up from scratch new power wires new speaker wires and just alot of work so I hope you didn't cut the plug off the old radio
If your radio and phone are synced up together, it probably muted the
radio when the call came in then didn't un-mute. I'd try to reset the
radio (disconnect the power for maybe 10 minutes) and try it then.
I assume the signal sensing switch you are talking about is the remote turn on for the amp. The amp should turn on when you turn your radio on, not your truck.
First try disconnecting the remote turn on that comes from your radio. After that is removed turn your radio on and them run a jumper wire from the positive voltage terminal of the amp ( the main power input) to the remote turn on terminal of the amp. If the amp turns on and you hear music, you have a problem with the remote turn on from the radio. If the amp turns on but you hear no music you have a problem with the audio input of the amp or the wiring of the speakers. if the amp does not turn on you have a problem with the amp.
I think you may have a problem with the remote turn on output of your radio. if so, you need to get the radio looked at by a service technician.
If the amp is turning on sometimes, you may just have a loose wire or faulty ground. Double check all the wiring.