I'm having the same issues. No sound from the unit. Display sits at 87.7 and doesnt indicate any reception from the display. Buttons dont function. Knob changes the volume, buttons beep and light up indication when pressed, and display tilts up and down.
When I had initially wired it up, it worked flawlessly. I have metered at all joining points with total continuity everywhere. Tuner worked and CD worked.
I have tried switching between the AiNet switch underneath with no change as well.
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Re: No sound coming from deck
I can't seem to find the manual online, so I'm flying blind. It's possible the wiring harness/connector that connects the deck to the (factory?) speaker wiring may be disconnected. That's the only thing I can think of that would affect all of the channels at the same time. Otherwise, there's always the possibility of the deck having internal issues.
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your amp turn on is hooked to the power antenna wire. Swap the blue wires and youll be good to go. Since the power antenna is not needed, when the radio goes off tuner, the 12V signal is turned off. and your amplifier will also then lose its remote turn on.
Reverse the 2 blue wires.
go to standby hold m-log button tell menu comes on display press up on volume control tell amplifier comes on display pess left on volume control tell display says amp on. the built in amp on the stereo turns of and on to provide better sound quality to the pre-amp out puts
MGBGT- This is a fairly common problem,you ford has a built in amplifier,there is a wire that needs to be hooked up.If you used an after market adaptor,this wire should be marked and needs to be hooked to the remote turn on lead of the deck.Let me know if you need help. cooltek Mar,4/08
you go to a stereo shop..(walmart autozone etc should also do) buy a mounting kit and a wire harness adapter. The wire colors on the adapter match the wire colors of most aftermarket decks. MAtch the wire colors and connect...make sure to tape wires well as if they touch you rick damage to your deck..
install the mount kit plug in your cd player and slide it in and you are good to go..
Your problem stems from the fact that the CDA-7892 is not equipped with an RCA aux-input jack. If you're plugged into RCA connectors at the back of the head unit, they're outputs, not inputs. The sound you hear is just feeding back through the outputs and into the head unit's amplifier.
If you want to play your iPod through this head unit, you need to purchase either the auxiliary input adapter (KCA-121B) or iPod adapter (KCA-420i).
if you have a amplifier to it you might want to check your remote wire there is two of them they are blue check and see if its connected to the one that says amp not antena remote.i think that that is you problem