Nothing works but the eject button and the red led light
Please help. I am sure that i hooked it up right. and the fuses are good. none of the buttons work except the eject button. it will take a disk and eject it, but the display doesn't come on and it will not play.
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Re: nothing works but the eject button and the red led...
It is a common issue for the Avic N series. If it is out of warranty then the guy on Ebay will fix it for you for around $100. Try SAME DAY AUDIO SERVICE, his name is Rick and he is very reliable. Goodluck
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okay , well you need to make sure all your conections are in the right spots, and that your IN LINE FUSE, between your amp and battery, the big glass one is not burnt, just take a look at the metal piece inside , if its a sold metal piece its good, if its burnt in half like a broken bridge it needs to be replaced. the next thing is the fuse on your amp, you need to make sure it is not burnt also. Check your remote that it is hooked up to the right wire. then check that your sub/speaker wires are connected properly and secure. YOUR GROUND WIRE IS HUGE HERE also. MAKE SURE IT IS GROUNDED TO A GOOD SPOT, YOU MAY HAVE TO MOVE IT AROUND A FEW TIMES TO FIND A GOOD GROUND!!!! if you check all of these things, it should work fine.. you can fiddle with your amp and bass settings levels. turn em up so when it works you know it, but not too much you dont wanna blow nothing :)
did ya sdo it self cuz if soo you probly forgot to hook up the ignition wire because cds will eject while car is off check for power at ignitiion wire the red one coming from deck harness and then get back to me
So I decided to verify all the connections after I got frustrated with it. Everything was correct except one wire that was on the new harness I got that for my car that was labeled "12V fused" (supposedly the key on power source). I tested it with my volt meter and it did not have power at any time, even with the key on. The constant power source wire was hooked up so that's why I was able to open the face and eject CD's and DVD's but not do anything else (like when your ignition is off). So I ran a new wire from my fuse panel and everything works now. Just like my Thermodynamcis professor says "nullius in verba" (take no one's word for it), just because the wire was labeled doesn't mean it's right! Hope this helps.....
Yo, I've got the perfect solution to your problem. Pull out the head unit from your dash. Then, remove the wiring harness carefully from the unit. Now, push in the yellow power wire (even jiggle it a little) making sure it's tightly snug the small port of the wiring harness. Then, plug the harness back into the unit and try turning it on. I've found that the wires come lose easily on this unit. hit me back up at Darkintel74@aol.com.
If this unit uses a switched power wire and a memory back up. usually onewire is red and the other wire is yellow. off of the head unit. but the car wiring uses two fuses for these wires. A lot of times thet will be mixed in with dash light dome light, or something like that. But there will also be a Radio fuse. But if one wire is not getting power it can case the unit to malfuction. I do not know what kind of car you drive. But different cars put fuses all over the place from under the dash to under the hood. Also be sure to check fuses on the unit itself.