20 Most Recent JVC KD-G801 CD Player Questions & Answers


Look for a pinhole button on the face, just left of the #1 radio preset. Use a ball point pen or paper clip to lightly hold this button for 2-3 seconds. You may do this with the key on. This will reset the radio's microprocessor.

Let me know if this helps.

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Dec 22, 2013


Which external jack plug? Please be a bit more specific

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Oct 21, 2013


Please check if the wiring was done correctly. check the ground the all time +12 volt and the swittched +12 volt. If the set does not power up then I suggest that you MUST take the warrranty claim being a new set. Refer to the dealer before you can open the player so as not to void the warranty

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Jul 02, 2011


you need to make sure 3 wire are connet the right way one is constant power,2 ground,3 acc. ingnition also there is 1 more wire you need to connect is the remote blue or blue/light blue.

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Dec 27, 2010


need to check the yellow constant power wire on wire harness to see

1. connected to battery with constant 12 volts
2. if wire has power 12 volts

if no power check fuses to see if blown

with out this wire working right you will never have pre set station on radio or clock
with correct time

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Dec 23, 2010


Yes... the wire designated for constant power which powers the clock and some of the lessor memory functions is disconnected.
I would remove the radio and look for the lead that is disconnected and have a constant power lead attached to it to cure this issue.
Have the mechanic who did it the first time do it.. as it was already paid for him to do so in the first place...

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Oct 06, 2010


Hook your power wires and ground up to a cordless drill battery , 12 volt, or 14 volt. Or use jumper wires from car battery. Hit eject. You don't need all the speakers etc hooked up.

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Feb 13, 2010


it's not for running your ipod or whatever else, it's for steering wheel control for those cars that have the feature. that's what it says in the manual anyway, there's gotta be a way to run the ipod through though for sure

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Jun 06, 2009


well if there is alittle hole thing on the radio, you have to buy a wire addapter at walmart, then plug one end in the headphone hole and one end in the radio hole.

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Apr 03, 2009


ebay or craigs list or do a search head unit parts

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Jan 10, 2009


disconnecting the main harness will reset the microprosessor it is possible that it just locked up and resetting the unit by unplugging it may help. or you might have a bad switch in the face of your unit
if unplugging your jvc doesn't help you can e-mail me at [email protected]

JVC KD-G801 CD... | Answered on Oct 01, 2008


Find and replace defective components.

JVC Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 21, 2020


Not sure if this will help any other owners since my answer is 4 years late, but this is what I found from another user. Apparently if you mess with the wiring too often, it goes in a safe mode which you need to do some button trickery to unlock the device from it's safe mode. These are the Steps.
1.Disconnect power supply
2.Press [MENU] and [UP arrow] buttons and keep holding.
3. While holding the buttons [MENU] / [UP arrow], connect the power plug again
A. The display will show "DC ERR"
*** if it still shows "Chk wiring ..." repeat the steps above until you get "DC ERR."
4. Press [UP arrow]; the display shows "DC1 ERR"
a. Press and hold [UP arrow] and it will show "DC1 OK"
5. Press [Down arrow], the screen will show "DC2"
a. Press and hold [DOWN arrow] and the display will show "DC2 0"
6. Disconnect the power from the back of the unit.
7. Remove the Face Unit.
8. Reconnect the power from the back.
9. Use a sharp object and press the [RESET] hole for 3 seconds and release.
10. Reinstall the face unit and turn on the power.

JVC Car Audio &... | Answered on Sep 13, 2020


It can be due to the lens of the player, or it can't take the command properly.

JVC Car Audio &... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020


It is due to the bad connection to the battery or your battery can be weak and also check all the connections sometimes loose connections can cause sound, a weird sound.

JVC Car Audio &... | Answered on May 30, 2020

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