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If you cant google a wiring diagram for your car the only way to do it is using a multimeter to chech which wires are permanant live , ignition live and ground. The speaker wires can be done trail and error when its working
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This issue is solved with an update available from the Alpine website. The way it was explained to me is that every time you turn the unit on, it loads that overlay warning screen (even if you don't select navigation), so when you do go to the navigation, there might be 5-10-20-however many times you have turned the unit on overlays. Basically you can keep pressing it and eventually it will go away (if you have turned the unit on 100 times it would get a little annoying though) or you can download the update from the Alpine website and the issue will go away.
You can obtain adapters to simply wire up your alpine with your car without any modifications of any wires at all, Making the whole process of installing new stereo easy and simple to do at home.
Contact your local auto spares shop and ask about radio wiring adapters/harnesses.
sounds likes some wires are crossed when it was installed...just take the radio out and make sure all wires are connected to the right ones. colors of the wires are the same as the harness used..if one was used..hope that helps if not i apologize