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| Originally posted by chowder@Feb 28 2005, 05:59 PM |
will the car start? did you cut the old harness off? or did you buy the plug+play adapter? check the fuses?
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| Originally posted by chowder@Feb 28 2005, 07:14 PM |
bmw e36 wiring diagram
double check your wiring and make sure all wires are connected well. i just installed a new deck for mine too, and i got similar problems. i couldn't get sound with the cd player, but difference is you can get sound with the am/fm. so the problem is slightly different. i would (if it still doesn't work) get a bench test done to see if the deck is good. have it done at a shop...could be bad deck?
| Originally posted by da_bull@Feb 28 2005, 09:38 PM |
yeah what you did was not have the factory amplifier turned on all the time, hence no noise. The blue wire is a power antenna lead which is designed to raise/lower the factory power antenna and is only active when in AM/FM mode, and shuts down in CD, whereas the blu/wht wire is a power amplifier wire and tells the amplifier to turn on, regardless of source. Kenwood, Sony, and Clarion are the more popular ones that use the 2 blue wires instead of just one.
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