Hi, I have recently replaced the Symphony 2 with the 2+, I used an RNS-E harness, but when I connected the radio it did not turn on, we had to connect a power point to the fuse box, this does not look good. When turning on the radio does not turn on, you have to do it with the power button. I think this can be corrected by properly using the harness pins. Thanks for the help
Question: The documentation from this site states that the tach wire is pulled to ground for every revolution of the fan. How long is it pulled to ground ? the entire revolution until the next ? x number of milliseconds ? I don't have a setup right now were I can measure it. But I wanted to know if someone had some documentation on what its supposed to be.
Doing an engine swap and trying to locate the pin layout for identifying which pin is what. Have the part number and V.I.N. for both vehicle. One is a 2011 Ford F250 and other is a 2017 Ford F450. Do not want to cut and solder but swap the plug if possible. If anyone knows where I could locate the layouts for both , it would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Anyone have a source for a 32 pin harness for connecting to the wiring that goes into the Bluetooth Handsfree unit? This is in a 2014 EX without navigation, with i-Mid.
I want to replace the factory radio without cutting into any of the existing wiring. The Axxess HDCC-01/ASWC-1 combo comes with a harness for all the other connectors, but not that one. I want to use the phone controls, and maybe the built in mic that are in that connector.