Question about Rockford Fosgate RFX-9200 CD Player
To clarify, are you talking about your general dash lights, or a varying light level on the player?
If it's the dashboard lights, you could bypass the potentiomer by probably disconnecting one wire and joining it to the output. If the player display is controlled internally, in the player, you would have to open it and physically bypass the control circuit, but chances are that it's a ribbon connector inside the player, or possibly a bad solder connection that merely needs to be reflowed.
I would think your idea about rerouting the dimmer wire would work, though I've never tried it, or known anyone who has.
Wish I had a definitive answer, but hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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