On my radio harness there is an additional portion to the radio plug the factory harness not my new adapter that has multiple pins is rectangular in shape and is white in color and there is a smaller female cable that is with the antenna connector. I would grab a repair manual, it would have the connector info and wiring. I don;t do much with aftermarket components. But I'm not aware of any aftermarket units which supply such an output. Please email me where I can contact you guys.
I am not 100% sure if there is one for bluetooth. September 18, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I apologize if it is confusing, I am answering your questions, your wiring descriptions are not accurate and I can't guess, as damage can occur. As far as I understand it. October 11, 2011 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the input on this one. I would call the manufacturer of the aftermarket radio for help. Remove the antenna connector by simply tugging on it.
If this doesn't help, you will h ave to trim the wiring harness. Confirm that the remote line is not shorted when connected. Also, the adapter has 3 heavier gauge wires: 1 Brown; 2 Red-White; 3 I forget. What could be the problem? I would check a wiring diagram from the new radio and compare it to the factory radio. I've already shortened the wires in the harness as much as I dare and it's getting pretty annoying not being able to accelerate quickly without having the headunit shoot out and hit my hand on the shifter.
The second problem is the power stays on without the key in the ignition. What does the instruction booklet tell you to do? They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. The book was released in August 2006, and is available for ordering now. I'm using the metra 8591 harness with rca connections and my volume is very low and have to turn it up considerable to have much volume. El Diablo, thank you for posting the solution! Date Description of Revision 2001. Also, I have loud popping noise from the speakers when I turn off the car, when blinkers, or brakes are activated I head a brushing like noise. January 26, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I am not sure.
November 7, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: If the head unit is aftermarket, you'll have to go with their recommendation. With no power button, how will it turn on? Sometimes there is a release tab on them. Then the screws beneath it removed. So the stock stereo works, but everytime I take it out and try to install an aftermarket stereo I bought a new one also just in case it was my Alpine unit it doesn't work and I put the stock one back in and it requires a code again. October 15, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Is the radio your removing factory? After research to determine if this car even had an antenna amplifier was undetermined, I looked into this deeper. Straight from the Amp, and to the antenna connector behind the B pillar, is one, is there a second or third? The problem that I see is the following: 1.
August 8, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Check if you have terminal 30 constant power connected to the right place. I would appreciate the help, this noise seems to drive me crazy sometimes. If I lock it with the key in the door, it locks, but the alarm system is not enabled that is probably normal. Will it be a case of plug and play after that? Where does it co next to? I have a year with a the car been trying to detect a bad ground, but can't find it. Could the problems be related? They can help you find the right part. I have a bmw 320d se. The entire group of wires is held together by a tag with 1 381 718 0 among other numbers.
Maybe it isn't turning on. On the back of the unit, there is a large black connector, and a smaller antenna connector. Check the signal into the amp and see if it is fluctuating, if not, the amp is likely at fault. Obviously a short or connection. The fluorescent indicator tube displays the number or special message corresponding to the button pressed.
I put some spade connectors on the ends of the harness adapter, and the connector that plugged into my new radio. Any tips for getting it to fit? Where can I get these? This is the bracket that comes with your new unit, and typically has tabs that you bend into place once you position the bracket. The book contains 272 pages of full color projects detailing everything from performance mods to timing the camshafts. I'm actually changing it Bacause it didn't have bluetooth, navigation and all those stuff are vary handy when your driving, seems like the connection from the speakers to the radio is thru an external amplifier via optical fiber, it there any way I can bypass it or can I find any converter, because so far the speakers are not working. If I reverse the negative and positive on the speakers, could I cause damage to the car or speaker? The white may be an antenna connection, but does it connect at multiple locations or just one? I opened a post in our forums. Could it be a bad antenna, or brake switch? When turning the volume to its max, I do hear sound, but it's just barely audible.