|1.||Turn the ignition switch to the ACC (I) or ON (II) position.|
|2.||Turn off the audio unit.|
|3.||Push and hold the ‘‘No. 1'' and ‘‘No. 6'' buttons. While holding the buttons, push the ‘‘VOL push PWR'' knob (A) to ON. Release the buttons and the self-diagnostic function will begin.|
|4.||By pressing a preset button, the input will trigger the diagnostic mode that is assigned to that preset switch.|
‘‘No. 3'' button
Entire LCD lighting/light-out mode: Turns on/off the entire LCD to show the presence or absence of an LCD failure.
‘‘No. 4'' button
Duty (for the Illumination dim) indication mode: indicates the duty for the Illumination dim.
‘‘No. 5'' button
Vehicle speed pulse indication mode: Indicates the vehicle speed pulse.
‘‘FM'' button (Push and hold 5sec.)
Reception level check mode: Indicates the reception level. When entering the reception level check mode, the AM/FM button is used to change the main/sub antenna.
‘‘CD'' button (Push and hold 5sec.)
DRAM residual quantity indication mode: Indicates the DRAM residual quantity.
|5.||The self-diagnostic function will end when the audio unit is turned off, or the ignition switch is turned off.|
|6.||Turn off the audio unit.|
|7.||Push and hold the ‘‘No. 1'' and ‘‘No.3'' buttons. While holding the buttons, push the ‘‘VOL push PWR'' knob to ON.|
Release the buttons and the speaker check mode will begin. Low-Frequency hum should sound for one speaker. Change the test speaker by push the ‘‘SKIP'' button. If you find a speaker(s) with no sound, check the speaker and harness connections. If the connections are good, replace the speaker and retest.
|8.||The self-diagnostic function will end when the audio unit is turned off, or the ignition switch is turned off.|