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How do you remove the fuse to these alpine head units? the tweezers that came w/ my car to remove the car fuses are too big!

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A pair of needle nose pliers should work.

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Hi I was wondering if I can somehow power up my alpine iva-d100e head unit without the dc dc power converter unit? Maybe a makeshift one just to test head unit before I buy one


Yea run you new powers make sure you have inline fuse it an i always hook my red an yellow so it will cut on when u want it to

Sep 22, 2016 | Alpine Car Audio & Video

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Wont power on


If you take the face off of the head unit, you will see a reset button. Using a pen, press the button to reset the unit. The first time that you power the unit up, the volume will be at level 12. If this does not work, there is a fuse that is on the power cable of the unit. To get to this, you will need to remove the unit from the dash. You will also want to check the fuse panel in your vehicle to ensure that the fuse which operates the radio is in working condition.

Mar 08, 2011 | Alpine CDA-7897 CD Player

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It just stop working wanted to no if there is a fuse in the back of the unit


If your head unit was installed properly there would be 15 amp inline fuse on the yellow power lead.
Also check your vehicles fuse panel for a blown accessory fuse.

Mar 03, 2011 | Alpine CDM-7874 CD Player

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Intermittent power to head unit


no inline fuse? I usually just slip the wire inside the battery connector, remove connector lay wire across battery with stripped end running up the side of the battery terminal place connector down on terminal and wire, tighten connector back up.

Feb 21, 2010 | Alpine CDA-9805 CD Player

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Dead Alpine CDE-9852 Stereo


its the fuse behind your deck( Alpine unit has its own fuse) YOU WILL NEED to remove your deck to access this fuse

Jan 16, 2010 | Alpine CDE-9852 CD Player

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Head unit keeps blowing fuse for interior electronics of durango


go for a new fuse

if it is 10A go for 15A
add +5Amp fuse to your present fuse
and then try

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Sep 21, 2009 | Alpine CDA-9827 CD Player

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Connect alpine 7874 to alpine powered sub


You need to run the RCA cables from the head unit to the sub for the audio signal, and possibly a turn on wire (the blue one on the back of the head unit), unless the sub has an automatic power feature.

The sub also needs power and ground wires attached, but those do not connect to the head unit. Power should be run directly from the battery with an inline fuse, and ground should go to the nearest good ground point (Trunk latch, seat bolt, etc).

Mar 20, 2009 | Alpine CDM-7874 CD Player

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Not Working


My only suggestion is to check your wiring.
Be positive your accessory wire [red wire] is hooked up to the correct wire from your car's wiring harness.
To be positive this is the problem, connect both the red and yellow wires [accessory and battery] coming from your head unit to the battery wire from the car's harness temporarily.
Do not, however, leave your head unit wired this way. It will never shut off and drain your battery.
If your head unit still does not turn on, and you say the fuse is good, you most likely have a bad head unit.
Most head units now have a fuse in the back next to the wiring harness as well.
Don't forget to check that one as well, in case you missed it.

Dec 16, 2008 | Alpine CDA-7863 CD Player

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It won't Start


Remove the head unit from the rack. you will find a fuse at the rear. I might have lown. Replace with a new fuse and place in the rack. Now it should be good to go.

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Jun 13, 2008 | Alpine CDE-9841 CD Player

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Amp staying in protection mode


No, this amp is not a heavy power consumer- matter of fact it takes very little power to run.Maybe you should check the fuses on the amp to see if they are what is recommended.Also check your fuse kit to your amp- your fuse might not be big enough.If neither works take it back where u got it.

Jan 01, 2007 | Soundstream XTA880.2 Car Audio Amplifier

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