Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Is the converter powered or passive? Each RCA (red or white) connection represents a + and - speaker wire for one speaker or channel. So assuming you already have the amplifier you'll cut the speaker wire coming from the head unit. From the head unit speaker wires will attach to the input or hi-level connection on the converter. The other half of the wiring goes to the speakers in the doors. Those will go to the amplifier which is or should be fed by the RCA's on the hi-level converter box.
Passive coverters don't require 12v power but active ones will need 12v input from a remote signal such as from ignition circuit or a power antenna to turn the unit off and on so your battery isn't drained with the car off.
Posted on Mar 01, 2017
Check your gas cap. If someplace can test it you might luck out. This website advertises manuals and info online. The evaporator cannister is suppose to purify excess fuel vapors. But a system which is not sealed will code an error lamp.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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