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Way easier to do last time..
Posted 04 March 2011 - 03:35 AM
FFWD to today, when I decided to just put each wire to a meter using the black as the ground, I got these results:
W/ BATTERY Green - yes
W/ BATT AND IGNITION Green - yes blue/yellow - yes
W/ BATT, IGN, ILLLUM Green - yes blue/yellow - yes red/green - yes
with negative results for the red wire and yellow wire all the way through.
So I assumed that that meant that:
Green= Battery 12+
Blue/yellow= Ignition 12+
That made sense to me because ealier when I had the red/green wire as the "Battery 12+" one, the stereo would only turn on if I had my headlights on.
When I put those wires together and went to turn on the car, it freaked out for about a half of a second, and now it wont start at all with or without anything connected.
Which probably means that I fried something...?
but the wierd thing was that even after all this, I disconnected the battery completely and was still consistently getting about 5V from the green wire and .5V coming from the blue/yellow wire. So where is that energy coming from?!?
Also, I connected my car battery to the wall outlet so I can get it started at least, and now all I'm getting is a rapid ticking sound from behind the steering wheel. Great...
Also, if anyone could tell me what are the real codes, I'd be really appreciative....
Posted 04 March 2011 - 09:06 PM
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