I NEED PLEASE ONE TO SHOW ME HOW THE ELECTRICAL SOCKET IS NAMED.
ESPECIALLY THE ELECTRICAL UNIT.THERE IS 4 PINS ABOVE AND FOUR BELOW I DO HAVE NO IDEA WHERE TO PUT THE 3 WIRES, THE ACTIVE 12 VOLT THE MINUS AND THE 12 VOLT MEMORY.
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hi, seems like you may have a faulty aux jack socket(if the socket is mounted onto the face) or you may have some dry joints on the socket, or even a cracked pc board around the aux socket connections. also try cleaning the face connection pins both on the unit and on the face. if you not technically minded, check out you jvc repair center. cheers!
You need to provide Clock n Data signal to activate Bus Audio Source. Actually this Bus Control Socket is to attach Multi Disc Player of Sony. Here is 2 pictures attached of bus related area for info. I am sorry, its difficult to hear MP3 sound at Bus Audio input in this model. Have nice day.
Pull the face off, and examine the small gold pins between the face and the chassis of the unit. lightly scrape them with a fingernail then re-attatch, could just be dust buildup, liquid, you name it... If it still has problems, you may need to get it serviced. Hope this helps
buy a 3pin toggle switch
add a wire to the red wire (12v) in back of unit
do the same with the ground (black)
now install theses wires to the toggle switch (toggle switch has pictures of ground and positive pins)
install the brake wire to the pin that is empty on the toggle switch
power everything including the new installed switch and DVD should show
if not just switch the brake wire with the ground wire on the toggle switch
but the navigation should work with the unit while your driving...........this is the real trick to solve your problem
remve face of unit (if applicable) insert pins into head unit and push outwards, the whole head unit should slide out from the cradle. Simply unplug aerial and plug. (Hope it's that easy) removal pins can be fiddly....
Rob, I had the exact same problem, I kept searching on line and came upon Alex in Australia, he deals in Nakamichi products, and has the part (plug/wiring harness). He charges $55 for the part and $30 for express shipping.
I have also found a site with the Manual: http://www.nakremotes.com/default.htm
Click on "Model List" and look for your model, in the manual there's the wire color code for the pinout.I also have the pinout by wire color, no room to include, will send in another response.
TOP /-------------------------\ [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ] Looking @ pins in socket [ 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ] Naka CD45-Z deck Note: The above diagram is done from the perspective of looking directly on to the connector pins. If you are having trouble figuring out which way is which, just use the ground wire, which is always black, as a reference for making sure you are doing the pins correctly.
Keep in mind that there are always two fuses in any vehicle that provide power to the radio. One fuse is for switched power, one for constant power. Both fuses need to be good before the radio will work. Often one of the fuses, especially the constant power fuse, is shared with other electrical circuits and may not be labeled as a radio fuse.
Check all the fuses in the vehicle, including any fuse box under the hood. See if any other electrical systems in the car aren't working, especially the dome light, cigarette lighter, door chime buzzer, or clock.