I would like to connect Nokia hands free CK-300 to radio CD6000 in my new Mondeo MK4 but I do not know how to remove radio from central console. Could explain how to disassemble and remove radio, please ?
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Radios are held in place by a number of manufacturers' tricks. Usually, if you can remove the decorative panel around the radio (just gentle pulls), there will be one or two tiny slots on the sides of the radio where a removal tool can be inserted to free the radio. You might be able to insert a thin bladed screw driver or knife far enough to release the radio. Without the tools (generally two) you'll have to do one side at a time. Of course, your dealer or an electronics store will have the tools and can remove the radio for you--for a fee. Or are you planning to steal somebody's radio?
plug your ground, battery, and remote wires only and see if it turns on when you turn your radio on, if not it must have blown. wiggle or move the connection block(where your wires are connected) and see if it tries to turn on. if so, your leads need to be re-soldered since they tend to go cold(they're not making good contact). But again, if that does not help, then your amp is gone.
the positive terminal is connected to the positive of the battery
the negative terminal is connected to a metal grounding point on the car ( find a metal spot on the car to connect the negative terminal of amplifier)(do not connect it to the negative side of the battery)
the remote terminal connects to either the remote line from the back of the radio blue and white wire
if the radio does not have a remote wire then use the red wire which is the acc (check this against your car wiring)
the speakers are simple connect the positive of radio to positive terminal ect
and the input comes from the radio as a phono jack connect that to the input of the input of the amplifier right left ect ect also if the radio has only left and right then you need a splitter for the phono cable because your amp is 4 channel
if the radio does not have phono jacks then you need to take the output that usually goes to the speakers and route them to the amp and attach pho no jacks on them
There is no remote turn on lead on a factory radio. The way the shops do it is to run the remote wire to your radio fuse which turns on/off with the ignitin. If you really wanted to know you can use a volt meter but it will still turn on/off with the ignition but takes a lot longer to find plus you have to remove the radio!!
Ouch, what a pain. Silly question, but did you check the polarity of the battery? The other thing to check would be fuses. You have to watch out when you connect the battery terminal, that spark can cause damage. It is best to use a resistor to prevent the spark. Those 2 things are really the only things I can think of.
you can use what is called a line level converter, which taps into your speakers to convert the signal to rca cables. that is about all i can think of since i don't know the model number of the cd player