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yellow battery red accessory black ground purple right rear + speaker purple/black right rear - green left rear + green/black left rear - white fr left + white/black fr left - grey fr right + grey/black fr right - blue auto antenna blue/white rem amp brown phone mute orange/white illumination grass green handbrake but if u want to play dvd's whilst u drive connect this to earth
simple thats because you must have forgot to plug the small adapter in the back of the deck that has a yellow and black wire coming from it. if you have then one of those two wires are not hooked up to the right place. and if that fails then either u have a bad connection somewhere in ur car wire or in the inside of ur deck. i had the same problem when i hooked up mine i just forgot to hook up that adapter because its really small
The best solution is to google Clarion and serial # to deck, also include manual. EXAMPLE: Clarion VRX935VD Manual....And in that manual there will be a wire connection page. It will show you the best possible way to install the deck into your car.
I love Clarion
1st RED is + direct to battery
Yellow is + pwr to ignition so when you turn the car off the radio can still say on if you choose
black is - and ground
these are importantant first. once you have pwr you can easily work out which of the 8 other wires are pairs 2 frnt spkrs and 2 back speakers if theres 2 extra plugs for the amp or woofer(if screws run a nice thick speaker wire. But with Clarion I dont beleive you need an amp or woofer thats how good they are just have kickass speakers frnt an back
you should be able 2 find the pwr cables from the existin radio if not the yellow wire leads to the igniton and you can run a red wire staight to the battery and screw the black wire to the metal chasis(oh the blue wire is for a pwr antenna or aux and is not needed unless youve got a pwr antenna.
your speaker color code will be like eg.grey and grey with white stripe,will be one pair green another pair ,but the 4 spker pairs are skinner than th pwr cables
Spkrs have a + and - too the difference is you cant blow the spkr by trial and error its just if its wrong it will sound muffled so try both ways then youll know whats best. pwr must be correct make sure red on red and blacks on black then press on then play with your speakers then find the yellow cable that runs to the ignition then to the radio so when you turn the ign the radio comes on and when you turn the motor off you can turn the radio on cos youve also got a direct to battery connection.
Man you are gonna love your sound system
Im happy for you
I have had a 935VD(Clarion) for about 6 months now, and i decided to add headrest monitors. After i did the physical installation, i moved onto the wiring (obviously). The way i decided to hook the power up was to tap into the accessory power feeding the brain of my 935VD - that may have been a bad idea, but whatever, i did it. Anyway, when i was installing it i accidently grounded the accessory wire and blew the accessory fuse under the hood. Thats fine, i just finished wiring it up and replaced the fuse after completion. The problem is that when i turn the car on now, the deck will not go on. On the deck - in its closed position - all the buttons light up, but the front display does not go on, and it acts like it is off (the eject button works but it will not take a CD in). I was wondering if you guys have any suggestions. I would apprecaite it. Right now im nervous that i fried the brain, but i where it was grounded was between the battery and the brain, so it should not have done n e thing to it... who knows...