I just bought a new truck and i was putting my stereo into my new truck. I have power to my deck everything comes on. I can go to settings change time and date all of that. but as soon as you put a cd in it says "INTURUPED" you also can not switch to the radio either it says the same thing INTERUPED. Can somebody help running out of ideas. Thanks.
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Re: error message "INTERUPED"
Check the pink wire at the back of the deck. It shouldn't be connected to anything, and you need to make sure it isn't pinched or shorted.
"INTERUPED" means that the deck thinks that it's connected to a hands-free kit for a wireless phone, and that you're receiving a call. The pink wire is the interface wire for that type of system.
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Did the vehicle come from the factory with a jvc stereo or did someone install it ?If the stereo was not installed by the factory whoever installed it hoooked up the power wire to the blinker power wire and if the factory did install it i would buy a new blinker relay .
You have two wire of 12V + going to your stereo, one is hot all the time and one comes from the ignition switch ( which turn on the stereo when you switch on the car), if it's the +12V one which is hot all the time, you can take another wire from your car's cigarette lighter 12V outlet. if it's the ignition +12V one, you can trace back the wire to ignition switch and change the wire if it's broken.
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you should try trial and error, for example test the wires on your car with a power tester and find your power when you do hook it up tp the power wire on your car. after you get the stereo turned on you test your speaker wires with the right & left functions on your stereo and the front and back functions on it untill you figure out wich go,s to wich.
check the speakers in the rear deck, in the rear hatch or trunk, often the two wires that come out of the speaker touch if that happens it will short out the speaker drivers in the radio most times no permanant damage will occur. separate the wires so they do not touch,or touch the metal speker base, that may not be the problem but its a start..
This is caused because the stereo you have put in, is a high power output, or higher than the factory and puts that extra power into the factory amp systems causing the amp to surge the power to the speaker resulting in the pop sound,most newer cars use a stereo system without an internal amp so as to reduce heat and a external amp in usually under a seat or dash and a high power stereo boost the output of the amp.
it might be new cd's they have come long ways older players are not excepting newer cd's for some odd reason maken you go out and up grade your players
(thats just wrong)
but try this put in one of your older cd's if it plays that then its the new format cd's that just came out
i havent heard of conversioned cd's dvd's yet but everything bought in 2007 new or older than 2007 is being outsourced to new source cd's dvd's
my opinion if old cd's work then your going to have to upgrade to better system