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Clock setting for Alpine CDE-7826P

Push the clock button until it flashes. Then push '5' for hours, '6' for mins until you get to desired time.
11/8/2014 10:03:02 PM • Alpine CDE-7826P • Answered on Nov 08, 2014
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Hey I have a alpine cde-7826 receiver its not

Please check carefully the format the CD you burn. Your player should has at least same format or better to make it read the CDs.
For example standard dvd player will not able to read mpeg 4 CDs.
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3/13/2011 12:07:14 AM • Alpine CDE-7826P • Answered on Mar 13, 2011
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get a bigger power supply
7/29/2009 5:18:23 PM • Alpine CDE-7826P • Answered on Jul 29, 2009
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Alpine CDE0-7826P Cd Player doesn't always work

If It dosent play burned cds its not an mp3 compatiable cd player as far as the other problem kinda seems like its time for a new cd player
6/14/2009 3:15:15 AM • Alpine CDE-7826P • Answered on Jun 14, 2009
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Cd player

how do i set the time on my cde7826p reciever
9/5/2008 4:56:16 PM • Alpine CDE-7826P • Answered on Sep 05, 2008
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Wiring Diagram for a Alpine 7901 CD stereo

You can find a wiring diagram for an Alpine 7901 CD stereo online. You can search for the specific make and model of your stereo to find the diagram. Alternatively, you can contact the manufacturer of your stereo to request a diagram.
1/29/2023 10:48:02 AM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered Yesterday
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No light in Alpine 7294R radio.

If there is no light in your Alpine 7294R radio, it could be caused by a few different issues. Some possible causes and solutions include: Fuse issue: Check the fuse for the radio and see if it has blown. If it has, replace the fuse with one of the same rating. Power supply problem: Make sure that the radio is properly connected to the power source. Check for any loose or corroded connections and fix them if necessary. Bad wiring: Check the wiring for the radio and see if there are any frayed or broken wires. If so, repair or replace the wires as necessary. Defective light or display: If the above steps do not work, the issue could be with the light or display itself. In this case, you may need to have the radio serviced or repaired by a professional. Dead battery: If your radio has a built-in battery make sure it is charged. It's important to check the owner's manual for troubleshooting steps and to identify the specific problem before attempting to fix it. If you are not comfortable with troubleshooting the problem yourself, it is best to contact an Alpine dealer or a qualified technician.
1/22/2023 10:42:17 AM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Jan 22, 2023
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What is the color code for the stereo wires in an 08 land rover l

Battery BROWN/LIGHT GREEN(+)IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 1 WHITE (-) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Accessory 1 WHITE/PINK (-) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Starter 1 WHITE/RED (-) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Tachometer WHITE (-) AT IGNITION COIL
Speed Sense YELLOW/GREEN (AC) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Parking Lights ORANGE/RED (-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Brake Lights GREEN/BLUE (+) AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Power Unlock BLACK (-) AT MOTOR IN DRIVERS DOOR
PowerLock BLUE (-) AT MOTOR IN DRIVERS DOOR
All Door Trigger VIOLET/GRAY (-) IN HARNESS TO RIGHT OF STEERING COLUMN
Trunk Trigger VIOLET/YELLOW (-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Hood Trigger VIOLET/WHITE (-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Parking Lights ORANGE/RED (-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Headlights-Lo BLUE (-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Wipers-Lo PINK/LIGHT GREEN(-) AT MODULE UNDER PASSENGER SEAT
Trnk Release WHITE (-) AT TRUNK RELEASE SWITCH
Battery RED/WHITE (+) RADIO HARNESS
Accesory YELLOW/RED (+) RADIO HARNESS
Ground TAN (-) RADIO HARNESS
Illumination GRAY/BLUE (+) RADIO HARNESS
LF Speaker (+) BLUE/WHITE
LF Speaker (-) TAN/WHITE
RF Speaker (+) RED
RF Speaker (-) TAN/RED
LR Speaker (+) RED/GREEN
LR Speaker (-) TAN/GREEN
RR Speaker (+) BLUE
RR Speaker (-) TAN/BLUE
Radio Security YES
(thats for 07 but shoe to what u need)
11/21/2022 7:05:53 AM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Nov 21, 2022
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How can I get out of demo mode in alpine cde 153bt after I take the battery cable and return

When you first turn on the Alpine CDE-153BT after restoring power, Demo Off displays for 30 seconds. While this is displayed, press Search/Enter (the center of the rotary ring). See page 9 of the manual. To permanently avoid the Demo Mode, see below. If you didn't press the button in that time, you need to enter the Setup menu. Press and hold Audio/Setup (the button is to the upper left of the rotary knob) for at least 2 seconds. Use the rotary encoder (knob) to get to General and press Enter. Navigate through the menu options to Demo Mode. Press Enter. Use the rotary knob to change the setting and press Enter to save. This is described on page 21. To ensure that the receiver does not return to Demo Mode On when the battery is disconnected, choose Quite Off, instead of Off. Then press Enter. (This is covered on page 22 of the manual.) The manual is available from Alpine Electronics here: https://support.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM_UTE-52BT_CDE-153BT_EN.pdf . I hope this helps. Cindy Wells
9/30/2022 11:36:48 PM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Sep 30, 2022
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Alpine 3552 amplifier manual

This is so so so f-ing ridiculous....I just can not find a picture of the inside of this Amp there is an orange wire on THE INSIDE OF THIS ALPINE 3552 DUO B CIRCUIT 4,3,2, AMP that is coming from 3 different places and tied to gether with a nother wire that was sticking out of the Amp my instinct tells me,... it's orange so probably needs power,,so I gave it power and the Amp come on but the light is orange not blue or green....and being on for a couple of minutes it shuts off ..I CAN NOT FIND A PICTURE OR WIRING DIGRAM OR SCHUMATIC the only pic I can find is to dam blurry to even see the wires uuuuuuuuhhhhhhgggggg
9/15/2022 9:16:30 AM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Sep 15, 2022
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Alpine 7164 cassette deck wirring

https://www.repco.com.au/en/in-car-technology/car-audio/facia-kits-and-wiring-harnesses/aerpro-radio-wiring-harness-alpine-to-iso-16-pin-app8alph/p/A9391632# get a universal wiring harness then you get what every car you have universal harness and plug them together talk to a car accessory shop about this universal wiring harness for the alpine unit and then ask if you need a universal harness for the car you have .
8/28/2022 11:51:37 AM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Aug 28, 2022
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Bought a car from Japan with Alpine X9NX2 headunit. Unfortunately, all is in Japan. Can I somehow switch language to English?

Some units are only in Japanese because they are specifically for the Japanese home market. There is a trick. Get a smartphone with the Google Translate App on it and use the camera feature to translate what is seen on screen. Look for Settings / Language. https://www.google.com/search?q=alpine+x9nx2+change+language+to+english ..
7/16/2022 9:46:38 PM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Jul 16, 2022
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Hi all, I need to know the location of the fuse for the reverse/backup lights on a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK 3.0l CRD, also the colour of the wire in the reverse light circuit. Anybody?

that is so easy, the glove box users manual fuse chapter covers that as does the factory service manual , and all 3 top online service manuals for sure Mitchells. DIY site. (oops no CRD there) 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK 3.0Liter CRD(diesel) no country stated at all and guess what, the wring and colors are regulated by laws there.. we say color you said Colour so your car is not USA spec is it? what transmission is there. for sure diesel is special. for the transmission used most times. but seems same as my GAS, WK. but tiny 3L is not a torque monster, (good) gee remove tail lamp lens, see white (USA) backup lamp see color there clear as day but that goes to the BCM that runs that. not hard wired directly to the unstated, transmission PRNDL switch. not wired to R pin of PRNLD,. (TRS) then or now. I own 2010 wk, USA with NAG1 German trans, one of 3 transmission based on engine torque max. my Backup lamp is white/lt-green wire)_USA only. GAS only no diesel here. is your car 4wD ??? if yes wiring can be different. why not just wire up to the lamps rear, what could be more easy no books needed. my WK is complex. uses a network to command that on. the CAN_BUS, my gear shifter is a computer that only talks via CAN_BUS, and there is no PRNDL connections at ALL. and on the 2007 (same) USA> CRD ive no clue what is there. but CRD has 5speed transmission Mercedes Benz W5A580, aka 5G-Tronic.and NAG1 (usa name) nag = not american, but Germane? lol (seems yes) and this. WA580, W5A380, or W5A580. The W5A580 stands for:
    • W = Transmission using a hydraulic torque converter.
    • 5 = 5 forward gears.
    • A = Automatic transmission.
    • 580 = Maximum input torque capacity in Newton meters.
My WK has no CDR due to failing USA EPA, tests, USA> zero , what matters only is the lamp reverse color (BACK_UP) << jeep named. wht/ltgreen or how old SKOOL PRNDL is wired (not here) evolution of this 1 wire, jeep: PRNDL switch (on the transbox) to lamp rear. then PRNLD to BCM and BCM runs the lamps. then shifter is a puter, and has no wires to lamps ever.. just Can-BUS comms to the IPM brain and IPM runs lamps rear and vastly more. end history ,.2010 end. IF THERE WAS A FUSE IT BE MARKED REVERSE OR BACKUP. but sorry it is NOT THERE at all, in any fuse box cab /or;bay so that is why you posted, Look ma' no fuse.? MY CAR THE MAIN JB FUSE BOX HAS NO SUCH NAMED FUSE BACK-UP, AT ALL THE MODule THERE IS ELECTRONIC AND uses a current regulator (an electronic fuse) to do all. that. this fuse box is called in IPM integrated power module now you know if a fuse is missing like this one, the why. why matters most on cars, they are complex now. 2007 jeep made huge changes it is water shed year, that I do no like. buy the FSM book and read it. I have mine, buy the factory service manual for you country and car CRD see section 8w (means all wiring on this car is here) every inch. on mine 8w-51 -3 shows rear lighting, and path F source (backup) where it goes, my guess is PCM is IPM not present this car. the IPM is a computer too and is a save to the commands sent on the CAN_BUS network, from the shifter, puter. best way to do this is not rip dash asunder go to tail lamp, put wire there and 10 amp fuse inline to the CAM TOY' that why if you short it out by accident, or toy fails.? you do not blow up a $500 , PCM / IPM or BCM brain on jeeps never add things lacking a new fuse in line. power or lamps feeds need a fuse added. back-undefined-undefined-0.jpg my year 05 to 2010 shows this in 8w chapter rear lighting there is no snap out fuse at all. it is electronically fused.
7/6/2022 1:15:07 PM • Alpine Car Audio... • Answered on Jul 06, 2022
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