I connect everything, but i can't get the blue screen out. and here is another thing, i don't have the ground wire with the adapter that i bought it. its only have amplify ground wire. so i don't know where i can connect the pink wire to.
so do you have a idea that how to do it. i have 2001 nissan sentra.....the head unit is jensen vm9311 with touchscreen...
thank you. i'm looking forward.....
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The blue wire from the stereo is for something else, like a retracting antenna. So don't connect the blue wire there. The Blue wire of the suppressor is the 'new' Red hot wire that connects to the red wire (12 volts input) of the stereo.
The blue/white wire is amplifier remote turn on, so if don't have an amplifier you don't need to worry about it. Just cap it off so it doesn't short to anything. I'm not completely sure, but I think the brown wire may be a phone mute wire. You don't necessarily need it either. If you have no sound, you may want to check your speakers and speaker wires for any shorts, grounds or bare spots.
Here's a list of things to check. The meter itself will have a wire that supplies it with 12V and a ground wire. It could have another wire that powers the dash lights. Either of the former could have a corroded or loose wire connection somewhere. Also check the wire between the sensor and the meter for the same problem.
Hall Effect Sensors normally work and then quit completely, although they may "wake up" the next morning when everything has cooled down. Other times they work fine and then die totally. Since the meter works on and off, then I don't suspect the sensor. The other possibility could be the circuit board inside of the meter itself or the little motor the needle is attached to if it's an analog meter (digital displays don't have the motor). I guess a solder joint could be broken loose inside, but were it me, the sensor and meter would be the last things I'd suspect. also check the speedo couplings and connections, a good ground is essential
1) To test the timer, put it on another Load, for example a light.
2) Also you can test your wires. Take wire nut off Black-black connection and test to bare ground >>> tester should light up. Next take wire nut off Black-blue connection and test to bare ground >>> tester should NOT light up until push button is activated and countdown begins.
3) Another thing to try is reversing the blue and black wire, just to double check your wiring.
First thing to consider is size of Load. Leviton countdown-timer Load rating is 1800 Watt, 120Volt. Look inside Jacuzzi at rating plate on motor. Rating plate on motor should give Volts, Watts and Amps. Formula Volts x Amps = Watts. Sometimes motor shows VA which is Watts Is Jacuzzi on 240Volt breaker or 120V breaker? Leviton countdown timer is not for 240V load.
A) If 120Volt electric Load checks out, here's how to wire timer if 1 cable enter box. Timer-black-wire connects to jacuzzi-black
Timer-white-wire connects to ground.
Timer-green connects to ground. Timer-red connects to jacuzzi-blue.
B) Here's how to wire timer if 2 cables enter box. 120Volt cable coming from breaker box has black, white and bare copper wire. Timer-black-wire connects to black-wire-from-breaker Timer-white-wire connects to white-wire-from-breaker-box. Timer-green and jacuzzi-ground connect to ground
Timer-red-wire connects to jacuzzi-black-wire.
Jacuzzi-blue-wire connects to white. I am puzzled why this wire is blue if circuit is 120Volt.
The brown wire labeled parking brake -12v should be connected to the parking brake switch. So that to watch a DVD the parking brake needs to be set. but can be bypassed by connecting to ground. if connected to the lights it could be your problem