Question about Car Audio & Video
Get a voltmeter(multimeter) and check the voltage on the
(from the car)
when the car is turned off and when the car is on
one should be 0V when the car is off
and both should be 12V when the car is on
then you need to match that up with the radio using the manual
but im guessing that you dont have a manual so...
i want ot confirm that
when you connect red to red and yellow to yellow
try the oposite way
red to yellow yelolow to red
Posted on May 29, 2010
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