Question about Car Audio & Video
There is a constant power wire and a switched power wire. The constant must be hooked up to a constant power (one that doesn't lose power when the car is off). Either the YELLOW or RED wire will be the 'constant on'. Or you can hook that one directly to the battery. The other power wire from the deck should be hooked up to the switched power (or plugged in with a fuse that turns on with the car). Voltometer is your friend here.
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MISWIRING OR CHKWIRING is displayed when there is a DC offset voltage detected at the speaker terminals ('+' and '-').
This is normally caused by connecting a '+' or '-' speaker wire to either GND or Vcc (+12V).
1. Collect cable not being used and make sure they are tapped off and reset
2. Remove a connected cable one at a time and press RESET
3. If after a cable removal and reset the error goes away, last cable removed was fault. Examine cable for short.
4. If you remove and reset all cables except for (RED, YELLOW, and BLACK) and you stilll have error, the short is internal of unit and requires service
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