Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have the wire connector it's easy.....give the negative conection to the body of the player..find the wire from the battery with has the power supply even when the switch is off..and connect it to the yellow wire.that is for the memory...find the wire which has the power when the switch is on ,and connect it to the red wire from the player....what i mean by switch is the ignition switch... u can easily find the speaker connections...most speaker wires comes as blue,ash,green,white...there are two wires from each colour......
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
you have one of your speaker wires shorted out to the body of the car somewhere, or the speakers that you installed are bad. That is the only two reasons it will go into protect. Correct the problem, then reset the deck - it should work fine.
Kenwood builds this feature in to protect the outputs - so they dont burn up in the case of shorted speakers or wiring.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
first the door panel must be removed, once inside at the bottom of the door glass you will see it is attached to the regulator bar with to bolts, remove them separating the door glass from the regulator. (most of the time you must move the door glass up and down for the bolts to line up with an access hole so they can easily be removed...I assume your motor is shot and the bolts may be difficult to remove). the regulator has to be removed as the motor is attached to it. I'm not familiar with this one, but there is usually 3 or 4 bolts around the motor area and 2 bolts on the idler arm track, once removed the regulator should be free to wiggle out. remove the motor from the regulator.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
When facing the engine it is in the rear right hand side.
The knock sensor is a piezo electric crystal, when they go bad the must be replaced.
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Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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