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Old 11-16-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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Got my brand new Pioneer DEH-X3800UI head unit, grab my self a new wiring harness cause the old one was crappy plus I got itr for 2 bucks. Anyways everything is plugged in the right place the speakers work but only the LEFT side of my cars speakers work that means front left and rear left. I've tried to balance it all on the right side and I can only hear a feint sound coming from the speakers. Im sure people have had this problem before. Can anyone please give me some insight/advice?
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how did you connect the wiring?
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used the clear crimp connectors
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Re check your wiring. Also, make sure the harnesses are plugged all the way in.
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you might not have a good connection if its crimped. Soldering is the best method.
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you might not have a good connection if its crimped. Soldering is the best method.
Honda advises against soldering and actually recomments butt connectors. Fun fact.
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Oh yeah, you might have a pos and neg swapped.
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Honda advises against soldering and actually recomments butt connectors. Fun fact.
Engine bay i can see the reasoning. But for the radio i would rather solder that stuff together or buy a pnp harness.
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Update: Sound coming from all 4 speakers now, problem was my auxiliary cord I think was shorting the head unit. One more problem though..right rear speakers has this buzzing soft feint noise coming from it while theres no sound on. I'll have the radio on with the sound all the way down but that buzzing I can still hear. Anyone had this problem before?
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Also tried disconnecting the wires, splicing more wire and re-wiring them still same problem
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bad ground somewhere
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bad ground I would say also
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