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Re: no power to my player
A Pioneer DEH-P2500 power wiring would include: * Black - chassis/body ground (GND) * Yellow - always on B+12 such as the + terminal of the battery; * Red - switched on B+12 such as the ACC terminal of the IGN switch.
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The harness might not match. Check the wires find out the where the speaker wires are and see it they go to the radio. I have had the same problem before in my shop someone cut off the harness got one from a year older and it didnt match few wires where off it would light up but no sound. Easy fix.. If thats not it got a few ideas let me know.
all your wiring is color coated. if you have your harness from the the new reciever and you have purchased an adaptor harness which plugs into the vehicles existing harness enableling you to wire every thing as it is color coated you have red wire a yellow wire a black wire. your red and yellow are power and your black is your ground wire .your red should be be your acc or ignition wire which gives you power to the unit when the ignition is on should tie directly to the red wire on your adaptor harness, the yellow is your constant 12 volts which is for memory and keep your presest along with your time and features such as that it will tie with the yellow on the harness as well then the black is your ground the unit and will tie with the black wire on the harness. that takes care with powering the unit next you have a set of wires that you will be using to tie your sound to they are color coated as well and will tie to the new harness your front left and front right channels are white/white and black and usually gray/w a gray and white for the right channel thats your front. your rear is green/w green and purple and purple/w purple and white stripe for the rear speakers i hope that helps you out a bit
the easy way is to buy a 5$ harness from pepboys or a auto stereo store ask them a harness for your make and model car to hook up a after market radio that harness will plug into your factory harness also the new harness will give you a wire diagram telling you what wires are what if you dont know about what wires are what on your after market radio they are sometimes listed on the top of the radio its real easy most radios are red power yellow aux -only power when ignition is on and black ground speakers are most of the time one color for all negitive and multi colored for positive good luck I hope this helps good luck....
You connected your blue alpine wire (power antenna) to your blue wire (amplifier remote on) on the BMW harness adapter. You need to undo this, amputate your blue alpine wire (because your E36 has no power antenna) and connect the alpine blue wire with white stripe (remote power) to your blue wire on the harness adapter.
When you switch source from the radio, alpine is shutting off your amplifier through the connected power antenna wire. Since you're not listening to the radio anymore, it sees no reason why it should give it power.
You need to get an installation kit that also has the universal wiring harness to connect to the factory harness in the car. That way you only need to match the wire colors of the Pioneer harness to the wire colors of the universal harness and made good connections and insulate those connections. Then the Pioneer harness plugs into the Pioneer radio and the universal harness plugs into the factory harness in the car.
Let me know if this helps, or if you need more help.
you can buy the proper harness for any vehicle at most stereo shops or even some at WalMart, but you have to hook it to the one that plugs into the radio. The colors on each harness will be identical- just match them up.
HI. search pioneer no sound on this board. i have already walked another guy through this...
if everythng works but no sound is outputted.. 99 times out of 100 the audio output ic "chip" is bad. Its a common failure for pioneer cd players as well as others. The part is about $20 if you know where to look... if you decide to repair this yourself you will need to be very skilled with solder and desoldering braid...
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