Ok, so I took out the old JVC receiver and labeled all wires that I disconnected. I then connected the Dual MXD55 W/6/5 SP CD Weather Receiver and nothing.... The red light flashes, but nothing comes on. I push the power button, and nothing comes on. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Make sure the speaker grounds are connected to the speaker ground wires on the deck and not the "chassis" ground. also make sure both power wires are hooked up to a power source. the thinner power wire is supposed to be a switched source (like the ignition key or an accessory switch) that turns the unit on and the thicker one is a constant source which actually powers the deck once the switched source is turned on.
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its most likely a short in your speakers, try disconnecting all over the speakers leaving only the remote ground and power wire connected and see if it still has an error. if not, hook up each speaker individually and turn it on after each one, and once you connect one and it fails again youll know thats the bad speaker. if it still errors with the speakers disconnected then its almost certainly your ground, if thats the case youll want to find a bolt behind the cd player thats attached to metal and make a new ground wire.
the best thing to do is not to cut factory wires and buy a wire harness from walmart or miejer and the wires will be color coted match up and tape them up them plug the two harness's together that is the best way to wire up a aftermarket radio
well it sound like your ground wire is not connected the properly way this wire is black make sure
the other 3 are connect right are Yellow is constant power ,Red is acc.ingnition,Blue is the remote.
that would complite your conection done.
The harness looks like what is depicted on this link: http://cgi.ebay.com/JVC--16-PIN-WIRE-HARNESS-FOR-CD-PLAYER-BLACK-BRAND-NEW_W0QQitemZ370214069143QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090612?IMSfp=TL090612198008r8862 This
connector fits the following JVC Car Radio/CD/MP3 Players with
16 pin connection.
All wires are labeled. Hope this helps....................sodeep
ok you nee d to go to walmart or your closest car audio center and purchase the wiring kit for your year model vehicle the kit will have the plugs to plug into your factory harness do not cut your wires these plugs will have the wires labeled wire them to your new radio and it should plug in and play you may also need to aquire a face kit for mountring the sterio
My guess, guess, check CLOSELY the SPeaker wires - "Check SP wire" make sure all of the bare portion of the wire is into the terminal. No bare wire touching another bare wire both at the receiver and at the speakers. Also, if the wiring is not continuous, check all connections of speaker wire. Disconnect all but one, play it like that. If no problem, label that as good, disconnect another for several days, when one shuts Rec. off, check wires closely for that speaker.
There is an internal short that is being detected. This is probably a defective output transistor that is somewhat sensitive to heat. This should be a straightforward repair with a parts cost in the $20 range. Add in the local labor rate for the total cost.