Got a question for you all. I have become quite frustrated and need
direction. Here goes:
I have a 2003 Hyundai Sonata LX with Premium Sound (Cassette and CD).
I bought a JVC KD-DV5100 Deck.
The Deck came with an HWH-1102 wiring harness.
I wired everything up correctly and there really are no shorts (so
please don't go telling me I have a short, unless you are just making a
joke at me ;)).
The deck turns on and functions correctly. The CD plays, the FM Tunes.
***No Sound comes through speakers***
When I put my old deck back in, sound works fine.
NOW HERE IS THE INTERRESTING PART:
Counting the wires in the harness that is physically wired to the car,
there are 15 wires. I looked on Hyundai's site for any information as
to explain which wires are for what systems in the car. Not any good
info there that is readable(www.hmaservice.com).
Counting the number of wires coming from the HWH-1102 harness, there
are only 14 wires.
This means one wire in my car is not being connected to anything when I
use the adapter harness.
I am now at the point where I believe this one wire is the reason my
speakers are making no noise when I connect the new stereo, but they
work fine when I connect the old stereo.
The wires that I have connected from the car are as follows:
Left Front Pos
Left Front Neg
Right Front Pos
Right Front Neg
Left Rear Pos
Left Rear Neg
Right Rear Pos
Right Rear Neg
Dimmer Ground (I have been grounding this wire, as the deck does not
have an input for this wire.)
The wires from the deck that are not connected to the car system are:
Parking Break (I have this grounded)
I am going off of memory, but I believe that is all the wiring info.
So to reiterate:
The new deck works fine, except no audio comes out.
The old deck works 100% fine.
The old deck receives 15 wires from the car.
The new deck's adapter harness only receives 14 wires from the car (one
wire is not connected)
Does anyone know what this mystery wire is, and is this what is causing
my pain and suffering?