Question about JVC AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO
I just bought a new JVC receiver for my truck to replace the factory one that had stopped working.
When I hook up the yellow wire (unit is grounded, red wires connected), the unit will start up, buzz a second or two (::think CD ejecting sound::), then go off. Pushing the I/O doesn't do anything, but if I hit the eject button, the unit will try to eject, then go back off.
Any ideas? Am fixinng the cd player in a '99 Ford Taurus. I believe the problem is in the wiring. Cd player will not turn on. Will turn on momentarily upon hitting the "Eject" button. One problem that i see is that whomever originally wired the cd player in the vehicle did something wrong. To the right of the CD player is a button controlling the Rear Defrost. If that button is on, the CD player will not function at all, including the minimal power it gets when presing the "Eject" button. I'm debating on whether I should disconnect the main power supplies for the CD player and rewire them to a different position (Different circuit).
Yellow wire is another power wire that goes directly to batt.,red goes to acc. or fuse box & black is ground
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Try rewiring it. Yellow to a full time hot 12v and red to an ignition switched 12v
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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