Question about Car Audio & Video
First thing I would recommend would be to check your fuses. If the fuses seem to be good, then pull the radio out and check the connection on the red wire. If the wires have a good connection then use a tester to see if the red wire is getting power. Remember RED is +. If you have a good connection and you know it's getting power then you may want to try and see if the ground (black) wire has a good connection. If it still doesn't seem to be working then you may also want to test the connection of the Yellow wire (the Yellow is also a + and should only have power when ignition is ON)
And if all the wires seem to be well connected, and you tested them all to see if they had power then it may be a problem internally with your radio.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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