I have gone through the wireing 3 times now, and cant seem to find anything wrong with that, but there is still no sound comeing from the cars main speakers, just the subwoofers. Any ideas would be helpfull really dont wanna take it in to have it reinstalled.
On your cd player hold down the f button for few sec. It will take you to the setup screen. You will then scroll till you see POW-IC make sure it says ON if it is OFF then only your subs will play and no door speakers.
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if it has totally stopped playing cds just throw in the towel , unless you somehow have a warranty which u probably o not b/c that is an older model .if it plays sometimes get a lens cleaner it may help . there are local stereo stores that can fix it but its probably not worth the money . My advice go on ebay or craigslist and get a new one . good luck
There is a very tiny dot located either on the actual face of the alpine head unit or on the front plate of the radio once the face has been removed. Once you find this dot(if on the actual face) you need to make sure unit has power turned on and witha tiny needle or pick you may push this reset buton in for about 2 seconds. The face will automaticaly fold down and the disk will eject itself. Once this is done do not place the same disk back into the unit. Hope this solves your problem
make sure that the acc and ground are hooked up right. acc has to be 12v. if you hooked it up to any other wire it will work until you(turn it up) draw more power than the wire you have it connected to can produce. or you have speakers that are faulty or too big for the alpine head unit.