I unhooked everything to move it all as the carpets were getting replaced. Once everything got put back in order I discovered that my right center channel no longer works. Is there any way to just replace the connectors. If so I would love to only spend like $50 instead of another 300. Or does anyone else have any other suggestions.
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Fold the top of the back seat down. My 1990 civic lx has a place to put your key at the top to release the seat. Remove the trunk carpet from the seat back by pulling out the plastic screws. Remove 2 bolts (10 mm) on each side holding the seat on a bracket. The top part of the seat should now slide out. Once you get the top part of the seat out, a bolt should be exposed just to the right of the center of the seat bottom attaching it to the floor. Unscrew the bolt. Now tip the seat bottom up and forward. There are two hooks to the front of the seat bottom. You will have to move the seat back and forth a few times to unhook them and then pull the hooks out of the slots on the floor.
Once you get the turbine out, open it up by unlatching the three latches and unscrewing two screws. Pull the gears out and WD40 everything. Let it sit for a bit and start turning the solver gear at the back with a pair of pliers. Once it is loose, put all the gears back together and return everything to it's place. FIXED! without buying a new turbine....
Remove all the wires from the amp including the remote turn on wire. Once you do that, after about 30 seconds the amp will reset. Hook the power up first, then the ground then the remote. Turn the unit on and check for power WITHOUT the speakers hooked up. If you get no power by now it's a good chance that the amp is cooked. If you do get power, try hoking up your speakers first on one channel then the other channel and then bridged. If it cuts out or off when you touch the speaker wires to one channel or the other, then that channel is no good. Hope this helps.
maybe when you were moving it, one or more of the springs that keep the drum centered came off,unhook everything,drain it,tip it over face down on a piece of clean carpet, make sure everything is in order,all supports are in place, 2 people to tip it
If you're looking for the fuel level sensor, then it's part of the fuel pump assemble, which is located inside your gas tank. In order to access it, you have to drop your gas tank, unhook everything attached to it, and you'll see a ring on the top where the lines come out of the tank. You have to turn this to unlock it, and the whole assembly comes out, and you can replace the fuel pump assembly. You'll want to empty as much gas out of it as you can, as it makes it easier to put it back up in the car once you get the pump back in. Once you do this, put everything back like it was when you unhooked it, and put the gas back in it, and you're set.
Have you tried unhooking the battery terminals? Most recommend you unhook them anytime you work on anything electrical. when u unhook them, open the door to make sure all the charge is gone out of the computer. This should reset everything.
had the same problem with a friend's 5560. it was a resistor on the rear center channel board, which is mounted right behind the middle of the heat sink. unhook the two ribbon type cables running to it from the board.
everything will work, except the rear center channel speaker. my friend never used the rear center channel anyway. in the meantime, he bought a new receiver, so i have an extra one for my workout room. woohoo. hope this helps.