Some radio sets run on batteries, others run using domestic power. They all run on electric power.
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There should be a radio fuse in the fusebox that you will want to tie your radio wire into.
If the display is not on when you turn the ignition on. First you check the fuses. radio memory is usually run with the courtesy light fuse. The main radio fuse is marked radio. Second you pull the radio out and test the power leads to the radio. If you have no power then there may be a short in a wire. If there is power on the power leads then the radio must be replaced.
Yes and no. Some high power ham radios do not run on batteries, but use 12 volt power supplies. You can hook this up to a car battery and use that, but a higher power radio will exhaust its power quickly, so it is impractical. Smaller, handheld radios do run on batteries, and put out a lower power signal.
well it is run on power so it is not energy
Check the fuse in the fuse panel. Also look and see if there is an inline fuse blown. I already checked the fuse panel and the fuse on the back of the radio. I don't know what the problem could be. The radio is not burnt because I replaced it and still no power. There may be another inline fuse somewhere between the fuse panel and the radio. Do you have power at the radio? I assume you do not. I would check, with a multimeter, where the radio power cable is connected at the fuse panel and see if you actually have power. If you do then you know that somewhere between that point and the radio you have a problem. As a last resort you could just run a new power cable to the radio from the fuse panel. Be sure to install an inline fuse if you do this. How do I run a new power cable to the radio from the fuse panel and install an in-line fuse?
The lights are using too much voltage and there is not enough power to run the radio at the same time.
The output of a radio transmitter is ac power at a radio frequency, designed to run into a load with a specified resistance, often 50 ohms.
take a red power wire run it from the positive side of the battery to the amp. Take a yellow wire run it from the amp to the fuse panel and tie it in to the radio fuse. Then run your jacks from the radio to the amp and speaker wires from radio to amp.
First, Disconnect battery from vehicle, negative then positive. Run speaker inputs from the radio to the amp. Supply fused power from the +battery terminal connector to the amp. Ground the amp to the body/frame. Find a circuit to supply remote power (something that is only powered when the stereo is on... powered radio antenna works well). Run remote power wire from this powered circuit to the remote power input on the amp. Run your speaker wires from the amp to the speakers. Connect battery, positive then negative. Turn radio on. Test.
Because it provides electrical power to run equipment like a torch, a toothbrush, a radio or a computer.
I know that if you have an aftermarket radio it will make it go off. the stock radio goes through the computer. you have to run a separate constant and acc power to your radio. or if you have a draw on the power to the fusebox in the engine compartment. .
run a wire from the battery to the radio with an inline fuse... or check ur fuses and see if its blown
you an use the orange wire for your battery, and the red for the memory. Get a tester if you are afraid. how do you run it from the amp, that's new to me , i wouldn't advise that .
There are not radio stations that are actually run by Sony at this point. However, Sony does sponsor an annual event known as the Sony Radio Academy Awards.
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Run the yello wire of your new radio to a constant power wire (usually orange). A good one is the orange wire running to your cigarette lighter.
Try taking the power lead from you radio and run a wire directly to your battery. This will bypass anything that will cause noise on your radio. Just remember to turn it off when you get out of the car!
Its a radio that uses a solar cell to generate the electricity to run it.
Yes, internet is required to run Pandora Radio.
yes! run it to the trunk
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Sure there are those old, or emergency radios which you wind up this handle a bunch of times and it will run for a little while!
just run a new power lead thru the fire wall with new fuse and hard wire it its Moor efficient