This makes good sense ill try it mine done the same thing and when out in had hook strait to battery i was trying to find the short thinking face plate or wire harness i found i can lightly squeeze the unit and it go off what would be the best shim
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I would suggest you check the wiring loom around the headstock as you were able to cause symptoms when moving the handlebars. You may have a broken wire inside the loom so you will have to open it to inspect it.
Check the battery voltage. It should read around 12 volts. I have the same unit that did the same thing. The battery voltage was down to 6.5 volts. That was enough to power the LED but not enough to run the unit. Once I used a known good battery everything worked fine. Good luck!
Hi Once you have the screw out, the top will slide forward. Don't try to pry the top up or you will break the mounts. The face will move with the top as they are connected. When you put the top back, the face slips into a grove in the top and everything slides back.
Oh boy, Chevy uses 3 important wires to make up their tail light harness. Brown is used for your parking lights and yellow and green are your signal and brake light wires, yellow one side, green the other. You have some seriously crossed wires. Start with tracing the lic plate lite since that works. Make sure it leads into your main parking lights and the ground wires from these tail lites aren't cut. The lic place lite will work with just power because the body of the lite is grounded with the bumper. Then make sure that there is power to the signal wires. You can do this with a test light and the signal light switched on. You don't need anyone to step on the brakes since it's the same signal, only interepted. Most importantly, Remove the tail lites and check grounds!! Good luck
I assume that u replaced or tried a different ear phones? The female SOCKET on those things are small and special..Imagine a question mark [ ? ] one facing left, the other facing right, One just slightly BELOW the other. You wil notice that the MALE has a metal tip, a RING of plastic, then another metal ring with the plastic holder at the other end [the wires extends out of this end] If you can see down the hold, u may see the two(2) "" question Marks "". The 1st metal tip should touch the lowest and the 2nd metal ring on male plug touches upper "" ?? "". push plug in and SLIGHTLY move around while the unit is ON AND PLAYING MUSIC. If the unit can be heard in stero, then the INNERS are loose. If the female socket moves, then one of your contacts are "desoldered" called " cold solder joint. u may need a tech. Delicated operation!!!