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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-08-2018, 04:28 PM

 
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Did you turn the key on?


I found the manufactures site: https://www.soundstormlab.com/produc...storm-ddml65b/

Here's the manual:
Manual: http://images.soundstormlab.com/manu...L65B_EN_UM.PDF

Here's the link to the knowledge base:
https://bossaudio.freshdesk.com/support/solutions


You can post questions there or call their support center:https://www.soundstormlab.com/customer-support/

If you don't get any sound out of the head unit, they suggest checking for the presence of a factory installed amplifer:https://bossaudio.freshdesk.com/supp...-has-no-sound-

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Did you turn the key on?


I found the manufactures site: https://www.soundstormlab.com/produc...storm-ddml65b/

Here's the manual:
Manual: http://images.soundstormlab.com/manu...L65B_EN_UM.PDF

Here's the link to the knowledge base:
https://bossaudio.freshdesk.com/support/solutions

You can post questions there or call their support center:https://www.soundstormlab.com/customer-support/
Yeah I did!!! Thanks for sending these over, Iíve put in help desks with them and will try to give them a call tomorrow. Also posted on their forum yesterday but it doesnít seem to be as active as on here.

Really appreciate your help and patience!
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You're welcome!

Came across this:

FIXED ISO CONNECTOR A (POWER SUPPLY WIRING)

PIN# 1. (no connection)

PIN# 2. (no connection)

PIN# 3. (no connection)

PIN# 4. CONSTANT +12 VDC (Color YELLOW wire)

PIN# 5. AUTO ANTENNA B+. Outputs a +12 VDC when radio is turned "ON" (Color BLUE wire)

PIN# 6. (no connection)

PIN# 7. ACC +12 VDC. Connects to a Switched Power Supply like the ACC of the Ignition switched. (Color RED wire). Needs to be connected to a +12 VDC power source to turn "ON" on the unit.

PIN# 8. GROUND. Connects to the vehicle GROUND. (Color BLACK wire)


Both the YELLOW and RED wire should have a +12 VDC at the same time, the BLACK ground wire should be connected to GROUND) for the radio to turn "ON".


FIXED ISO CONNECTOR B (SPEAKER WIRING)

PIN# 1. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (RR+ )

PIN# 2. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (RR -)

PIN# 3. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (FR+ )

PIN# 4. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (FR -)

PIN# 5. FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (FL+ )

PIN# 6. FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (FL -)

PIN# 7. REAR LEFT SPEAKER (RL+ )

PIN# 8. REAR LEFT SPEAKER (RL -)


I would go back and check that you have 12v and ground where you should, and whether or not you have a factory installed amp.
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You're welcome!

Came across this:

FIXED ISO CONNECTOR A (POWER SUPPLY WIRING)

PIN# 1. (no connection)

PIN# 2. (no connection)

PIN# 3. (no connection)

PIN# 4. CONSTANT +12 VDC (Color YELLOW wire)

PIN# 5. AUTO ANTENNA B+. Outputs a +12 VDC when radio is turned "ON" (Color BLUE wire)

PIN# 6. (no connection)

PIN# 7. ACC +12 VDC. Connects to a Switched Power Supply like the ACC of the Ignition switched. (Color RED wire). Needs to be connected to a +12 VDC power source to turn "ON" on the unit.

PIN# 8. GROUND. Connects to the vehicle GROUND. (Color BLACK wire)


Both the YELLOW and RED wire should have a +12 VDC at the same time, the BLACK ground wire should be connected to GROUND) for the radio to turn "ON".


FIXED ISO CONNECTOR B (SPEAKER WIRING)

PIN# 1. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (RR+ )

PIN# 2. REAR RIGHT SPEAKER (RR -)

PIN# 3. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (FR+ )

PIN# 4. FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER (FR -)

PIN# 5. FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (FL+ )

PIN# 6. FRONT LEFT SPEAKER (FL -)

PIN# 7. REAR LEFT SPEAKER (RL+ )

PIN# 8. REAR LEFT SPEAKER (RL -)


I would go back and check that you have 12v and ground where you should, and whether or not you have a factory installed amp.
Thanks! I will go back and check. I had the yellow wire from head unit attached to red/Lb from car and the black ground from head unit attached to black/yellow ground from the car. I was able to hook onto the cigarette lighter for the red wire from the head unit. Perhaps I just need to make sure itís a secure connection.
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Speakers are next upgrade!
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Anyone know if this will work for a 2008 patriot or not ???
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Anyone know if this will work for a 2008 patriot or not ???
the procedure should be very similar, just different looking panels, but can't be sure since I don't have an 08. I know there are LOTS of people out there that have replaced their radio in your year of Patriot, so either wait for someone to chime in, or take a crack at removing the panels to access the radio yourself and learn as you go.


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wire harness

what do I need if my 2009 JP has no steering wheel control? It's a basic stock radio.
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