Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
best thing is to pull the radio out and check the red and yellow wires red wire is the ignition switch and your yellow is the always on for your memory if you like you can connect the red and yellow wires to the yellow one that will work with engine on or off but every time you get out the car you will need to turn the radio off manually i suggest pulling the radio out and checking the 2 leads as far as you can it could also be a fuse gone but it wouldn't work when engine is off.
There could also be a short most likely in one of the speaker wires. If not a speaker wire, then one of the power wires is touching ground. This short shot through your radio and blew the fuse. On the way through the radio, it burnt an internal circuit. It can be repaired at an electronic repair shop so the short can be identified.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
It appears you have the Constant power and Switched power reversed.
Have you used a wiring harness adapter - or have you cut the factory plug?
What car is this going in?
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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