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Old 04-15-2018, 11:53 AM
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Update I fixed it!!
I had this adapter with my Kenwood in my previous car moved it to my next car worked great for days then the speaker output quit?
Do you think my PAC module went bad? Thanks for any help

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I pulled everything out and double checked all my connections. At this point I believe the factory amp is not coming on due to the PAC?
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I pulled everything out and double checked all my connections. At this point I believe the factory amp is not coming on due to the PAC?
Unless the PAC is bad (or something is wrong with the wiring connections) it shouldn't matter. It's designed to mimic the OEM functions.
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Unless the PAC is bad (or something is wrong with the wiring connections) it shouldn't matter. It's designed to mimic the OEM functions.
Right Iím just trying to figure out if I need to order a new pac or is the problem with my head unit which I doubt.
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Right Iím just trying to figure out if I need to order a new pac or is the problem with my head unit which I doubt.
I would think the PAC would be the more likely culprit. Replacing it would also be the cheapest method to test the theory. Are you certain all of your wiring connections are solid?
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I would think the PAC would be the more likely culprit. Replacing it would also be the cheapest method to test the theory. Are you certain all of your wiring connections are solid?
Yes as I had this same set up in 2 prior cars with no issues, and just double checked them all especially the blue/white amp trigger connection.
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I put the stock head unit back in it for the time being, and ordered a new pac adapter. I sure hope this fixes it .
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I put the stock head unit back in it for the time being, and ordered a new pac adapter. I sure hope this fixes it .
Let's hope so. Crossing my fingers for ya.
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I yanked everything back out! Fun! tested the PAC at the blue/wht and got no voltage so I spliced into further up towards the 24 pin PAC connector the blue wire that actually connects to the amp turn on B3 at the car harness. Worked perfect, back in business...
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I yanked everything back out! Fun! tested the PAC at the blue/wht and got no voltage so I spliced into further up towards the 24 pin PAC connector the blue wire that actually connects to the amp turn on B3 at the car harness. Worked perfect, back in business...
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