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hi, was there a static when playing on CD or USB?i8f no then the problem is on the tuner of carstereo this requires a bench repair and can only be done by a skilled personnel or a service center.thank you.I would suggest to bring it to the service center

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Aug 17, 2011


I just got an A-male to A-female USB extension cable to hook up to the back of my Alpine CDA-9886 headunit and connect to my 32GB USB. All of the songs are MP3 and works with my brother's headunit. But when the USB is plugged into my headunit, it says error. How can I fix this?

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Jun 12, 2011


sometimes a solder bridge is put on the cable going from the laser assembly to the board, that solder has to be removed.

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011


Here is the best I can do for you, it's a link to a forum where someone has given details of an 05 Tuscon. I doubt very much that the wiring would have changed between models. http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~114297~PN~1#553130
You then match up the colours/purposes to the table you will have in the book for the CD Player.
It will be quite easy to do.
Alternatively, buy a harness/loom which will do the conversion for you.
If you need more help, then let me know somehow.. I'm not sure how this site works, as I've literally just stumbled across it looking for something else through Google, and figured I'd have a shot at answering your question.

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Dec 15, 2010


the unit may see a short in one of the speakers that is causing the transistor to protect itself by shutting down. Try changing the balance and fade settings to listen to one speaker at a time. If any speaker isn't working, that would be the one causing the problem. If you disconnect the speaker and the problem resolves, the speaker is bad. If the problem doesn't resolve, the problem is in the wiring or an internal short in the head unit. In fact, you may want to start at the head unit and disconnect the bad channel from the head unit. That way you can discover right away if the short is internal. You can even disconnect all the speakers at the head unit and turn up the volume. If it cuts out, it has to be an internal short. If you're good with electronics, you may be able to find the short inside. OK?

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Dec 07, 2010


Are you using the factory wire harness for front and rear speakers? The amp should have a fuse in the rear of it, and the car should also have a fuse that's linked with your stereo. It is common that one of these fuses popped when you placed the deck back into it's home especially if a power wire has an exposed part. If you use quick connectors and did not solder and use shrink tube then this is more than likely the cooperate.

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Nov 19, 2010


http://support.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM_CDA-9886.PDF Give it a second takes a little time to load to your microsoft word.... this should be what you need

Alpine CDA-9886... | Answered on Nov 08, 2010

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