Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi,the problem is from the control board or the power IC,one of them has either lost its connection with the pcb board,or they are weak and probably needs a replacement,the solution is to take out the radio and check on this components and do the necessary replacement if it applies.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2010
what you need to understand is that it is an indication of a sensor error or low power supply . That there is a loose wire connection on the unit
what you need to do to fix it up properly is firstly put off the system for some minute then put it on again and operate it, but if that does not solve the problem then you will have to unscrew (open) the system and trace the wire down to the device sensor which flash up light when trying to operate it do some clean up on it by using soft brush on it if there is any form of dirty on it for proper indication of the device then couple it back .
please you will have to check on the remote control if the battery is still in good condition it could be the cost of the problem.
thank you and thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Resistor sensing contacts are
located in the ignition key lock cylinder. These contact the key
resistor pellet on the key when it is inserted. When the
lock is rotated, battery voltage is applied through a fuse to the PASSkey(R) decoder module. The pellet resistance is then compared against a fixed
resistance in the module.
If the key pellet is the proper resistance, terminal A3 is grounded, energizing the starter enable relay. At the same time, a signal is applied at terminal A2
to enable the Electronic Control Module (ECM). When this signal is received by the Electronic Control Module (ECM), it allows fuel injector pulses to
If the key resister pellet is the wrong value, the PASSkey(R) decoder module will shut down for 2 to 4 minutes. During this interval there will be no
output at terminals A3 or A2.
If the ignition switch is turned on again during this interval, the timer will remain shut down for another 2 to 4 minutes. The PASSkey(R) decoder
module will continue this process even if a key with the correct pellet is used to turn the ignition back on. The timer is restarted by the ignition switch
voltage at terminal A1 when the ignition switch is turned to RUN.
Once the timer has completed its 2 to 4 minute cycle with the ignition off, the PASSkey(R) decoder module and timer are reset. A key having the correct
code can then be used to start the engine.
The security indicator is controlled directly by the PASSkey(R) decoder module. If there is a PASSkey(R) failure this indicator will be grounded by the
PASSkey(R) decoder module with the ignition in RUN, BULB TEST, or START. When the ignition switch is first placed in RUN, BULB TEST, or
START the indicator lights for about 2 seconds as a bulb check.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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