Question about Naxa Electronics Nca-675
Yellow is your constant +12 volt wire, and red is your switched +12 volt wire. It sounds like either your Red or Yellow wire isn't supplying the +12 volts it needs to. Only one of the wires is supplying voltage. You will need a multi-meter to check the voltage coming out of the Red and Ground, and the Yellow and Ground. The Yellow wire should have +12 volts at all times, even without the key. The Red wire should only have +12 volts with the key in the cylinder, and pointed to On. Find the wire that isn't supplying 12 volts, determine if it is switched, or constant, and then find a 12 volt wire that is switched or constant, depending on your findings.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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