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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As a sanity check run a temporary wire directly from the battery positive to the radio. Twist the red and yellow wires together and connect it to the wire from the battery. If this works either your red or yellow wire connection under the dash or to the harness is not hot like you think. Yellow usually goes to a constant 12 volt source (to keep radio memory) and the red wire to 12volts when the ignition is on. In some radios this is reversed. The test I mentioned will determin if the problem is in the wiring or the radio.
Posted on Jun 29, 2007
did you check the fuse on the back of the radio. it should be a small maxi fuse that might be rated any where from 5 to 20 amps. most of the time it might be helpful to unplug the radio harness and re plug it after 1 minute.
Posted on May 28, 2008
I can probably help you but I need more info.
Lets start with the vehicle, What year ,? What specific model?, What type of head unit came out? Was it factory?
Did you use a wiring adapter, or just cut the plug off and hardwire it?. If so give me the color code of all the wires that you used in the dash. are their any left over but not hooked up? How many speakers? All Factory?
I don't need any info about the JVC Head unit.
Lets start with that, and we will take it from there.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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You can call JVC for this concern so they can also provide you the user manual for that call this number 800‑252‑5722 Press 3.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
SOURCE: JVC head unit problem
Do you have a "RESET" button on your stereo? Check your owner's manual to find it. I have a JVC unit in my car and the reset button is a small hole behind the detachable face. Take the end of a pencil or a pen and insert it in the tiny hole and hold for a few seconds. This should reset the stereo so you can get the CD out. Hope this helps...
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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