Although this might not fix the problem it might help. It will help you get ideas for your new system. I can't find a thing based on that model number. Any ideas what is causing this and how it can be fixed? When they cut off the only thing on and working is unamplified sub. Did you need to use a different adapter cable from the deck to the car's audio wiring plug? Now, whether it's economical, or overly viable, is a different debate. So the question is; what am I doing wrong? The truck starts right up when I put it in park and turn the ignition.
I've looked around that box. I have the amp wire connected, and I verified the amp connection. Then rewired with the wiring adapter, that is suppose to resolve the anti theft problem and still get absolutely nothing. Or, bypass the amplifier all together. Problem: Installed An Aftermarket Head Unit and Now It Has No Power Possible Solution: — First off, check your wiring.
Make sure you always turn off your amp when you leave your car, it will overheat and drain your battery. I know there is a problem with the ignition switch wire so I believe I have just not connected those wires. Had a friend install it for me but if anyone has suggestions on how to fix it would be much appreciated! A subreddit specifically for vendors, reddit promotions, and introductions. Is there anything that can cause this? I have an amp and a sub hooked to it and it sounds great. So you want to use the 2 white, 2 grey, 2 green and 2 purple wires coming out of the wiring harness to power your speakers.
The next day it had no power, someone told me to pull out the bcm fuse and put it back in and that fixed it. I brought the correct wiring harness to fit my car so I could plug it straight in. Currently have a Pioneer head unit. If after connecting the speakers you hear distortion, simply adjust the wires until you get the best sound quality. You can connect the ground wire to any secure metal piece on the frame of the car that does not have paint on it. And what is the blue and white wire? How might I use the wires to support all the speakers? Once installed a few days later after driving the car and hearing music my speakers will sound like they are popping or staticky. Anyone with any suggestion on how to troubleshoot and prevent this from happening????????? Let us know if this helps! Any help would be appreciated.
After installation, everything works but the audio. Also when i speed up it will happen more frequently. It works and run except, when I press the receiver firmly or press a button hard on the receiver it resets… It will still have my custom lighting lit up but the song that I was playing will stop playing, then it will pick up where it left off 3 seconds later. But I disagree because it was doing it for a while before installing that specific module. If you're using After market Stereo there will be a blue wire coming from the wire harness in the back, mostly these are attached so you have to splice, just snip them and tape off the old end and run your remote wire to your amp. I tried a second head unit I have that I know for a fact works and it did the same thing. If you find that one of your power wires or ground wires are not correct, check your vehicle wire diagram and make sure you have the correct corresponding power and ground wires.
I tapped into the orange just as the illustration said and I get power but no memory and no right channel and I know the speakers work as I plugged old one back in and it works as intended. To create this article, 35 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. The radio has aux ports, 2 ports, for left and right channel. I then paired my iPhone 6 with the blutooth and now it is not functional. Every time I turn on my car I have to set up the clock, turn demo mode off. Before it was perfectly working, but now whenever i start the car, supposed to be the screen opens, read and plays music automatically. Factory stereo decks in many makes and models do not have rca connections.
The ground wire is connected and screwed down to metal inside my dash. This could seem like a no-brainer, but you would be surprised at how often this is the reason why electronics won't work. Finally I got it working then it randomly started losing power and shutting off. Radio has to be turned on an off also. Hook up both the positive and negative cables to the amp and find a grounding point within range of the negative cable.
There is bound to be some control that will let you select that input for playback. In the case of both remote and antenna wires the power antenna wire will only output 12 volts when the radio is on. I installed my pioneer radio about 2 months ago and everything worked perfect… Bluetooth connection, radio, aux, etc. I put in new door speakers last summer. After all the wiring is done I have one wire exposed from the head units harness that it came with which is the power antenna. I all returns to normal unit it happens again.
It holds all of the memory; but I have no sound. I hooked the speakers up before the deck, and they were working fine with the factory stereo. Im pretty sure they need to go to something, but the Kenwood doesnt have as many wires…. Basically, only thing i had to do was take the speaker wires out of the connector, and hook them into the converter and the rca jacks go from the converter to the amp. Sounds like you either have the wrong harness because the yellow wire is constant B and it sounds like it is grounding out and blowing the fuse.