Question about Car Audio & Video
I have put a new stereo in my car. I have double checked all the wiring against the wiring diagrams for the car original stereo and the new one and the stereo lights up, the CD plays but no sound comes from the speakers at all. A friend tells me there is an on line factory amplifier under the passenger seat of my car (Honda Ascot Innova 1992) which is not as powerful as my stereo and this might be the problem. Any ideas? please. Also the previous factory fitted stereo had both the +12v ignition wire and the +12b battery wire wired together and the stereo only works if I leave it the same - when I try to seperate it as per the wiring diagram it does not work at all, but I have noticed that now the clock only works when the display button is held in? odd. Help... please
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.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
I have a 1999 escalade i got a avh p-5700 pioneer my truck has a built in amp and when i hooked up i cant get sound
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Posted on Nov 13, 2012
Try installing the unit into another vehicle and see if it works.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Your problem is that you need to hook up your blue/white wire to the blue wire. Your cars obviously have built in amplifiers. The adapter harness probably calls the wire the "power antenna wire"... hook it up to your cars amp.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
For all of you not able to get sound frome the headunit u may b able to bypass all problems with AMPS by running direct wireing.......itd b the lowest cost solution instead of screwing around with the amp and all jus buy a 50ft roll of speeker wire and hardwire it into the green grey white and purple wires that wud b the quickest way its wat i did for my truck when i had the same problem
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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