Question about JVC AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO
JVC head units go into protect mode usually when there is a short circuit on one of the speaker wires. Sometimes this is just caused by moisture in the doors or wherever the speakers are located. The first thing to do would be to reset the unit and see if it fixes the problem. To reset the unit there is a small button behind the faceplate which you will need to push in with a pen or other sharp object. Hold this button in for a few seconds. This will reset the head unit to factory settings which does mean that you will lose all of your saved radio stations, audio settings, color settings etc. If this does not work then one of your speaker wires is probably damaged. To find out which one unplug all of the speakers, reset the unit and plug them back in one at a time. When the unit goes into protect again you have found which speaker is causing the issue. Cheers, Dan
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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