As soon as I see the channel comming up the radio dies out , I have to
unplug the radio for 20sec and re-plug for it to comme back up , I also re-run new power to it thinking a bad connexion , groud , still don't work , I also unplug all the speaker , still do the same thing , the radio is on my boat .
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hello, if all your wiring to the deck to the speakers checks out well, and if every speaker connected to the that wiring is in good working order, then chances are that the internal amplfier circuit is faulty. also try the "reset" feature before checking the speakers/speaker cabling. good luck.
Visit the new website siriusxm.com then turn on your radio and put it to channel zero get the radio id which compose of an alphanumeric characters. Then on the website refresh.siriusxm.com enter the radio id of your radio and then put your radio channel to channel 1 the go back again to the website after inputting the radio id click refresh after 5 to 15 minutes turn on to the channels that you want. Make sure that your car antenna is facing under a clear view sky.
Enrique - I am having he EXACT same problem w my golf cart...did you ever solve this? email@example.com
I am sure its because of the electric motor - thinking a monster electrolytic capacitor across the positive/negative wires of the radio could solve the problem - just wondering if you ever found anything out?
Well your car radio should have a Blue wire with a white stripe for the remote, in case you are interested in the user manual (wich im guessing you dont have)
Go to: http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/pioneer/car_audio/deh-p5500mp.html
it has a diagram of the harness and it shows a blue/white remote wire, so im guessing that you bought it used and probably got a different harness with your car radio... but then again thats too weird
you could do a check to see if thats really the problem... just feed 12V From the power terminal of your amp to the remote terminal, that should turn your amp on and you should be able to listen to your car radio's output (id suggest not setting the volume all the way up when doing this XD)
Goto sirius.com and login to your account. Check the account status and see if its active and enabled. If it is contact the 800 number for customer service to have the radio reactivated.
Does channel 184 work?
you are taked the wrong cable to turn on your amp......alpines have a two blue cables one of theme start the power amplifier and the other one start the electric antenna when you turn the radio,if youre earing the cd or tape and change to the radio this cable have 12 volts to startup the antenna.....solution .....just try change the other blue cable.