Question about Car Audio & Video
I just bought a new JVC receiver for my truck to replace the factory one that had stopped working.
When I hook up the yellow wire (unit is grounded, red wires connected), the unit will start up, buzz a second or two (::think CD ejecting sound::), then go off. Pushing the I/O doesn't do anything, but if I hit the eject button, the unit will try to eject, then go back off.
I had this same problem...you probably have the wires wrong. Double check your connections for the red and yellow wires from the headunit. Make sure that your red wire is going to a 12 volt source that only switches on with the ignition.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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