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Duak XDMR7710 The radio gets power but it wont turn on

I installed it step by step..had it working..unhooked it to hook up the antenna and now all that happens is only the power buttons lights up and nothing else happens

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The wires may have come loose from your harness or from your tapped locations. Re-check everything you did. Use this guide to see where you may have gone wrong.

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Could be to late. Could have blow the BCM. Unhook the radio and see if the other things start working. If they do, your lucky. Then find some to hook up the radio. I can install radios, but I use a volt /ohm meter. You can not trust the diagrams the radios come with. Or the diagrams I buy.

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If you do not have a power antenna you will not hook anything to the blue wire, if you have an amp you can use the blue wire for a remote turn on for the amp, otherwise leave it unhooked and tape the end so as not to cause a short. The yellow wire should be your constant power and the red wire should be your key on power (or vise versa) Not sure what radio you have, but you should be able to google your model number and get a diagram for it. You will hook either the red or the yellow to constant power to save your station and clock settings, and the other hook to a keyed power source so the radio will work when you turn the key to acc or on positions.

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What all do i need to hook up my realistic TRC-11 CB TRANSCEIVER. WIRES,CABLES,BATTERY etc.


You'll need to decide what style of antenna to use first. Once the antenna is mounted and the coax is run from the radio location to the antenna. Use a SWR meter to tune the antenna to the radio. Use ONLY 50 ohm coax not the coax used for cable TV. If you hear spark plug noise in the radio, then install a choke in series with the power wire. It's best to locate a wire in the fuse box that is only powered when the ignition switch is on or in the accessory position so the battery wont run down if you forget to turn off the radio.

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Need to know location of the fuse for power antena for 95 jagur xj6


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I have a Galaxy 73 V when I install it in a Nissan Truck, I get lots of Noise, I have attached a Commercial Noise Filter in Line but the Radio Audio becomes muted. I can install a Galaxy DX 959, same...


Where does the noise filter go? if it goes inline with the antenna, don't use it!!! It's bad for a cb radio.

The problem is that the V73 has a very sensitive receive. It is picking up noise in the car. Most likely the smog pump, or fuel pump.

Here are a few things you can try.

First, lets make sure where the noise is getting into the radio. It will either be getting in via the power wire, or the antenna.

To find out, here is what you do.

  1. Turn the car on, and the radio on.
  2. unscrew the antenna from the back of the radio. Make sure you do not key the radio without the antenna hooked up. It will hurt the transmit section.
If when you take the antenna wire off the back of the radio, the noise goes away, then the noise is getting in via the antenna system. Solutions for this could be any of the following.
  • Bad coax or connectors. Replace the coax with new coax.
  • Antenna not ground, or poorly grounded. If its a mag mount antenna, make sure the membrane on the bottom is in tact and there is nothing in between it and the metal of the car. this is how the antenna is grounded. If its a rigid mount to the body of the car, make sure it is free of rust or paint where it is mounted.
To find out if the noise is getting in from the coax, or antenna.
  1. Hook the coax back up to the radio. The noise will be back.
  2. Disconnect the coax from the antenna if you can.
If the noise goes away, it is the antenna. Try a new antenna. If the noise doesn't go away, its most likely bad coax.

Now if when you disconnect the antenna wire, the noise is still there, then the noise is getting in through the power wire.

Here are some things you can do to get rid of the noise.

  • Connect power wire direct to the battery.
  • Twist the power wire.
  • Put a not in the power wire right at the plug.
  • Use power line noise filter. It is a ground loop filter.
Some vehicles are noisy. You can't get away from it. Even with all of the solutions you may still have some noise. It's like that in my f150 pickup. I can't completely get rid of the noise, but most of it. In my blazer, I can hear the ignition noise if I do not use the ANL. In my friends dodge, he has no noise at all. Even without the ANL on. It's amazing.

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I have a pioneer DEH 525-W car sterio harness and colors do not match to that of the Saturn L2 1999. How do I connect this car sterio?


Just go to Best Buy and buy the Saturn L2 1999 Harness . then it will match. Harness cost like 20 bucks.
1st STEP
Things to get from BEST BUYor RADIO SHACK.
1. Black electrical tape
2. (Optional) for quality connection Solder & Solder gun
3. GM (General Motors) Antenna Adapters
4. GM 1999 Car Harness
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STEP 2 = Match the colors of the car harness you just bought to the harness of the radio (DONT PLUG IT INTO THE CAR YET CAUSE YOU MAY SHORT OUT THE POWER WIRE TO GROUND) twist the same color wires together and then tape them so it wont be exposed to get shorted out and damage your radio or blow fuses in the car.

STEP 3= plug in the complete harness to the radio and the car and also plug in the Antenna adapter to the small antenna jack of the car that converts it to a larger jack so you can plug it in the back of the new pioneer radio that has a larger antenna hole. Now test the radio it should work unless you had blown your radio fuse in the car already which is easy to replace.

STEP 4 Unplug everything from the radio and install your CAR KIT. Then slide your radio sleeve in the rectangular hole all the way flush and use a flat head screw driver and bend the tabs of the sleeve(Radio Cage) so that the sleeve wont move.

STEP 5 make sure your harness & antenna is sticking out of the sleeve so you dont have to fish it out later when you have finished mounting the car kit to your car. Put your car dash back together and you will see only a rectangular hole with a harness and antenna adapter sticking out only.

STEP 6 plug in the harness and antenna back into the radio and slide it in halfway only and test the radio again making sure everything works. If it does then move it all the way in till it locks into place. last snap in the face trim ring into place to cover the silver cage lining.

THERE YOU ARE FINISHED


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I hook a radio up in my 94 camery now everytime i turn on my light i blow the fuse for the inside dash help what can i do besides unhook radion and also my atenna doesnt go up since i hooked up radio


Hi there,

You already halfway there. The circuit that is powering your radio has become over loaded. Even with the radio off, it still draws power.

Ideally, you would run a wire to the battery (with an in line fuse) to power the radio.

The antenna may be triggered by a different signal than your radio provides.

If you provide the make and model of the radio, I may be able to look up the pinouts.

Comment back with any additional info.

Best regards,
Mike

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Look in your local phone book yellow pages under stereos for a local (not big name) stereo installation store (there will be one) and go there.....you will thank me!

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