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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 04:39 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Killed my Sat-Nav - help !

My OE Kenwood FXDD07EF2 is dead.

I suspect that I've knocked/damaged the power connector while re-fitting. I can trace the +12v into the connector and onto the PCB, but after that there is no trace anywhere else on the PCB !.

I need a wiring diagram / service manual, but after lots of searching I still can't find one.

Does anyone out there know where I can locate one

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Send member SVXdc a PM. He's the Subaru audio guru around most of the Subaru related forums in North America and can probably offer some advice.

He'll know if your model is shared with NA vehicles and hopefully will be of some help. He'll likely be hooked up to receive notification of a PM or response in one of his threads like this one. OEM aux jack pics, info

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Thanks Doug. I've got my Sat-Nav working again by re-soldering the 12v pin on the PCB connector.

Now I can finish my original job of replacing a damaged Drive. And a word of warning, there is no way to manually eject a stuck/damaged CD/DVD. The whole unit needs to be removed and opened up, I found out the hard way.

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Another plea for help/info

I'm unable connect via the Blue-Tooth, and I'm not able to clear/delete the existing phones from the list. Even after 'RTFM'.

Is there a 'master/power on re-set' to clear everything back to the factory defaults.

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