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Re: Re: Fuses
Ordinarily you have two fuses specific to the radio that come with the radio. One for the main power to everything in the radio and one fuse to hold the memory in the radio (stations, time, etc.). The car itself will have its own fuse for the radio too. This will be located in the car's fuse block with all the other car fuses. It may only be 7 amps while the other fuses may be 10, 15, 20 amps or higher. The fuses that came with the radio will be inline fuses and will be located behind the radio in the dash of your car. Good luck.
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I cannot help with the fuse issue - but folding mirrors is achieved by holding the down arrow on the mirror adjustment button until they move and the same to move them back out. - BUT only if this option is included on your jag.
I HAVE THE SAME CAR AT THE MOMENT I HAVE MY DASH APART TO GET TO RMY RADIO THERE IS NO IN LINE FUSE ON HARNESS TO CLOCK RADIO. IF YYOU DONT HAVE A WORK SHOP MANUAL TO RETREIVE WIRING DIAGRAM AND SOMEONE THAT CAN READ THE CCT THEN YOUR OUT OF LUCK. TAKE IT TO YOUR AUTO SPARK IT WILL BE CHEAPER THAN DEALER. YOU CAN OBTAIN INSTRUCTION TO REMOVE CONSOLE BY TYPEING YOUR MODLE AND CAR ON U TUBE AND YOU WILL FIND A GUY TELLING YOU HOW TO REMOVE CENTER CONSOLE PROCEDURE THATS WHAT I DID. GOOD LUCK.
It sounds like you may have a bad internal output ic. If you know how to access the menu, some decks now have the option to turn off the internal output ic. I'm not familiar with that particular deck, so I couldn't tell you for sure.
check the fuses, there may be one in the deck itself, if those are all good then make sure there is power going to the deck and that all the wires are hooked up correctly "they will be color coated", if it still doesnt work then you will need to buy another deck...do not throw away your old wiring harness it is nessesarry to install the new stereo
Is it a factory or aftermarket radio? In any case you'll want to check your radio fuses. On aftermarkets there is typically a ten amp fuse bhind the deck and your owners manual will tell you where your factory fuse box is.
when it comes to fuses, take a look in your owners manual to see specifically what fuses do what. Because some fuses will be used to protect several circuits and the fuse panel cover will not tell you all of them.
sorry about the delay I was on holiday, if you haven't solved the problem yet I would suggest that you check that you are getting both power supplies (red and yellow) and if not the first thing to do is check the fuses in the car. Let me know if your'e still having problems.