According to the instructions on my inno, both the CD-INHOME2 & CD-INCAR2 install guides, I'm supposed to to press the "XM" button, select "Settings" and then select "FM Modulator" to program in the radio station that I'll be using for my inno. One little problem: Under "Settings" there is no "FM Modulator" to select, only "Preferences" and "Setup". Under these there's nothing else that solves my problem. Help me please. I'm beginning to hate this little paperweight.
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I would get an stereo installation kit from Auto Zone or a local automotive audio store. It will come with the surround for the new stereo to fit where the old stereo went, and a wiring harness to hook the new stereo up to and plug into the existing car wiring.
When its in the car dock, the Inno sends an FM signal to the car radio. It does not receive a signal from the car radio. You must have the external antenna correctly installed outside the vehicle for the Inno to work. The built in antenna is disabled when the device is placed in the car dock. Make sure to test it outside, since garages or car ports will block the signal.
problems with the panasonic cd stereo system for some days.
The model no is SC- AK640 and i have been experiencing such problems such as "F61" and in the operating guide it says to check and correct the speakers cords i have done that but the problem can not be fix so please if you can assist me that willl be great thank you
You can connect the inno via the home doc and the provided cable in the home kit. You may have to connect to an unused component on the receiveer (VCR comes to mind)...You move the VCR source on your receiver and you should be good to go.. I have a Pioneer Elite receiver but Pioneer makes no cable to connect those two ..no matter... I wanted to control the Inno from outside the receiver's controls.. Sam
I had this problem as well. On my harness was a wire for connecting the factory amp. You have to connect the Automatic Antenna wire to the Factory Amp Turn On wire. Should be a blue wire to a blue wire with a white stripe.
There is for sure a hook up problem my friend. There should be a memory wire that always has power to it even when the car or the ignition is off. Then there is a switched type wire that only comes on when the cars ignition is on. Check both of these wires in the car. Check the car wiring diagram to confirm this. To confirm the wiring in this vehicle, I
Good Luck with this install. And if all else fails, don't take a chance and blow out the unit, take it to a pro to be installed. Good Luck found the right wiring diagram for your car. Confirm this wiring diagram with this one you have. Go here:http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/stereodetail/955.html