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Sony mex 2600.

How do I switch the unit off completely so that the panel is not illuminated when I leave the car. I've connected the red and yellow wires to have power with the ignition key out.

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The red wire needs to be conneted to an ekectrical system that is only on when the car is on. Try running a wire from the head unit into the fuse of a system that only works when the ignition is on. like the horn, turn signals, or cigarette lighter.

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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u probably didnt connect the wires right or got them mixed up...the red wire should be connected to the switch wich means there should onle b power when the key is turned on and ur yellow to constant if u got both yellow and red to a switch power the memorry wnt store and thats why everytime u turn it off it goes back to factory settings ....

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Hello i recently had to disconnect my sony MEX-5DI stero and now it wants a security code which i dont have, i have no manual either. is there anyway i can find out the code?thanks


Hope this helps, if so please feel free to rate? (I have added a link for your manual also)?
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, you must reset the unit. Press the reset button with a pointed object, such as a ball-point pen. After the reset is complete, the pre-stored images are displayed. Press (image) on the card remote commander to show the clock display and set the clock and calendar. * Pressing the reset button will erase the clock calendar setting and some stored contents. * The unit starts to perform initial setling for IO seconds after you press the reset buttof). During this, do not insert a disc or "Memory Stick," othetwise the unit may not be reset. Should this occur, press the reset button again. * The unit makes some noise during the initial settings, this is not a malfunction.
http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crutchfield.com/Manuals/158/158MEX5DI.PDF

Mar 28, 2011 | Sony MEX-5DI CD Player

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Im not sure about power wire red black ground and yellow not sure?


Connect black to earth or battery negative.
Connect red to battery positive or the acc lead from your ignition switch. If connected to acc the unit will power down when the vehicle is switched off. If connected to battery positive it will remain on irrespective of ignition switch position.
Connect yellow to battery positive for memory power. The moment this lead loses power all the settings/memory on the unit will be lost.
Leave a comment if you require further assistance

Dec 29, 2010 | Sony XPLOD CDX-GT200 CD Player

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Got power to cd but no display


One idea that comes to mind is,if I remmeber correctly, that model has a removeable faceplate, try this, remove the faceplate,take some denatured alcohol on a Q-tip,clean the electric contacts on the back of the faceplate and also on the front of the deck where they mate together repeatedly for about 4 to 6 times letting them dry between each time that you swab them clean, then replace the faceplate onto the deck being sure that you are seatting the faceplate completely and properly.
This has worked for me sometimes and sometimes not, its worth a try.
Good Luck !

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MEX-BT5700U, no sound in speakers in CD source, tuner source OK.


What many people do on this model is connect the remotes wires improperly. Use the solid blue wire for the amp and the blue with white stripe for the connection to the car.

Dec 06, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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How do I install the Sony MEX-BT2500 wires?


http://www.docs.sony.com/release/MEXBT2500_install_EN_ES_FR.pdf
Here is a link to Sony installation wiring for your MEX-BT2500. You didn't say what car that you're installing in.

Oct 17, 2009 | Sony MEX-BT2500 CD Player

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WIRING


Hi,

This is the complete installation manual for a Sony MEX-5DI which includes the wiring and color codes.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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Memory hold on CDX-CA400 CD Player


The correct wiring is constant power on the yellow wire, switched power on the red wire. I'm not certain why you weren't able to get it to work in this configuration; the unit needs power on both wires before it will turn on, but if you lose power on the yellow wire the settings will be lost.

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You are correct, the unit powers entirely from the red and yellow leads. Your symptoms sound like a unit that isn't getting power on the red (switched) lead. The most likely cause is a blown fuse in your vehicle's fuse box.

Mar 13, 2007 | Sony CDX-MP40 CD Player

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