- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
When the unit fell no doubt the wire that connects the two units was damaged and the speaker is not being energized. Check for a disconnect at either end of the wire and check both wires for continuity.
Don't worry - you do not have to buy a new speaker and it is a relatively easy fix.
Hi you probably have a faulty bulb but it hasnt blown yet check for blackning of the bulb glass
or even that you have the correct wattage of bulb its embossed on the side of the metal part of the bulb ,also check for any water seepage into the lamp unit or wiring that might cause corrosion
the bulb warning selfcheck system sends a control voltage through the lighting circuit on your car any high resistance in the circuit like a faulty bulb will put the warning light on the dash on to let you know theres a fault
Can you elaborate on this, "I'm wondering if it has to do with a speaker not being in correct post./negitave place"? --- What did you see or do that makes you wonder?
You didn't answer if the fuses were blown or if you just changed them for lack of anything better to try, like checking the manual, which says to suspect shorted speaker wires if "- - - - - - -" is blinking on the display.
Disconnect the speaker wires and see if that helps the receiver boot up, then diagnose the short.
If it doesn't come back to life I'd suspect it got fried by a power surge or static. I hope not.
trouble shoot the reciver and the wire connecting it to the ignition on the car, if you need help troubleshooting message back with questions and i will give a basic set of tests you can use to help fix it.
I had that problem to last winter too. i took it to a shop and they told me it was the 4x4 switch. it is a common problem. I changed it and so far so good. It was an very easy fix. you just pop off the dash all the way around then you can take the switch out. there are two clips one on the top and one on the bottom. then all you half to do is un plug the wires and you are ready to put in the new one. it only cost me around $130.00 canadian.
I don't know this radio individually, but heres the common thing that happens:
Sounds to me like the 8 volt regulator chip has blown after overvoltage. I expect the power supply has gone too, putting 18+ volts into the radio.
Repair the power supply. (Check its 13-13.8 Volts).
Then check the regulator (7808) is putting out anything, should be middle pin ground then 13V one side and 8V the other, if nothing, its blown. Replace it if gone.
Hopefully thats all thats gone and it should work again.
Suzie, your reciver is going into a protection mode. There is a problem with one of your speakers, the wiring, or +with the reciver itself. If you know how to use a multimeter, then you can test the resistance of the speaker, as if one speaker was partally shorted this problem would occor. If you have another set of speakers, try them. If not then you will need to have the reciver bench checked for a fault.