Trying to replace the volume knob on the face plate. I ordered a knob and spring from Pioneer.
Cannot figure out how to install. The face plate
has single black stem to which a knob will attach. Appears I have the correct knob/spring, but still may be missing a part? Any ideas?
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if it s the right knob then it should fit
pull out the old 1 from the device
slowly.... soo if there is some kind of a spring or a spcial place that the spring was then you can see where it was and the install will be easyier
take the new 1
hook the spring at its place (you can use the old 1 if its still in place
and push to its place, adjust the slots inside the knob to the stem
make sure that it sits still and working good
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parts.com but you can fix it with jbweld. just remove the plastic with metal piece that is stuck to the volume button ON the faceplate and place it back in the center of the volume button knob. mix both pastes together and apply it aroun the plastic center of the knob. Ps don't add inside the hole where it attaches to the face plate. just follow the directions behind the jbweld pack.
This sounds like the voltage regulator in the alternator of you car is the problem - take it to an auto repair electrician and get him to check it, as this may cause all sort of other problems too
Hope this helps, please post again if the regulator is not the problem (though i'm fairly sure) and we can hopefully help more :)