|01-28-2011 04:18 PM|
|1992wranglersahara||Figured out the issue. I had installed the after-market wire harness from Crutchfield when I installed the new Pioneer head unit. That harness was made for the stock radio in a 90 base model YJ, which had no rear speakers. I disconnected the rear speaker wires from the radio to that harness, and then attached them to the rear speaker wire coming from my rear speakers. Voila! Done.|
|01-02-2011 08:47 PM|
|01-02-2011 07:47 PM|
Most likely there is something wrong with the deck.. it should function right if it was wired correctly. You may know but here are the wire colors.
FL- white /white black
FR- grey/grey black
RR- purple/purple black.
|01-02-2011 07:36 PM|
I am reading that the head unit has 14 watts RMS system power (50 watts peak). The speaker system has 60 watts RMS system power (300 watts peak). Is it just that I need an amp to drive up the head unit wattage?
|01-02-2011 06:08 PM|
Trouble with Fader...
Hey all -
I have a Pioneer DEH-1100MP head unit (Pioneer DEH-1100MP CD receiver at Crutchfield.com) in my '90 base model YJ. I used an after market wiring harness in the install process.
I also replaced the front speakers a while back with some replacement 4X6's that I bought from Crutchfield.
I just got a cheap speaker box for Christmas (RTS3000T - Speaker System Enclosure) and installed it this weekend.
I used 16 gauge speaker wire from the head unit wire harness to the speaker box in the rear, following the color code of the wire harness (green, green/black, violet, violet/black) for the left and right rear speakers.
For some reason, I cannot get the fader to work correctly after the install. If you adjust the fade setting to 0, you hear music out of the front and rear speakers - grand. If you adjust the fade to complete front, then you still hear music out of the front and rear speakers - bad. If you adjust the fade to complete rear, then there is no sound at all, just complete silence from the whole system.
Help me, please...