Post by Tavarish ...
[–]Brinder Bhamra• 11 days ago
Hi Tavarish, have you considered a latching module for front lift see : https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KNACRO-DC-12V-2-Channel-Self-latching-Relay-Module-One-Button-Bistable-Switch/162820140641?hash=item25e8d62e61:g:hHIAAOSwXPNaQSLA this would allow the polls to swap when the standard push switch is pressed. I am not saying uses this exact one, however, this type of circuit may be an option. e.i - (push of button (momentarily)) output = Channel 1 output = 1 & Channel 2 output = 0, (push of button (momentarily)) output = Channel 1 output = 0 & Channel 2 output = 1
[–]Markus Rinta-Valkama• 50 days ago
Those wires are cut for a reason, ( green, red, violet,etc) you don’t need them because you have aftermarket amplifier and your radio is connected to amplifier with rca cables, and your speakers are connected to amplifier. Unless the amplifier is for subwoofer only, then you need those cables that are cut. I suggest to bench test your radio by taking a spare battery and giving it only the ground, power and switch. And if the radio still doesn’t work, open it up and check if there is any visual burn or damage or fuse and try to fix it rather than throwing it to trash.
[–]Ted Chrapko• 51 days ago
Hey man open the headunit up and check the capacitors. Cheap fix
[–]Billy Eastes• 71 days ago
Yo T! Looking forward to seeing your next Lambo Video. Maybe we can see it start up soon!
[–]Cody Houck• 74 days ago
Can't wait to see more been following the channel since the Toyota mr2 great content keep it up good sir #i am the warranty #wrencheveryday