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Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

I've had the same stereo installed for quite a while now using the "quick connect" connector for my HU. A few weeks ago, my stereo started cutting in and out and sounded like it was shorting out the speakers and it would just shut off by itself. I determined this to be the quick connect connector and the guy at my local car audio store said they are pos'es and often go out after a few months.

So, to fix that problem I cut and spliced each of the wires yesterday afternoon. My stereo now works GREAT and actually sounds even better than before when using that connector.

The only problem is, I woke up this morning and drove to work at 5am and discovered I don't have any gauge or dash lights!? I didn't notice this yesterday since it was still daylight outside when I was working on it.

Any ideas why this is? I cut each pair of wires individually and spliced them together so not to get them confused. Looking at the quick connect connector, there was an orange/white wire that was labeled "Illumination" but it was NOT in the same slot of the connector...so, I didn't splice it together. I haven't tried it yet (since I'm currently at work), but is that one wire what controls ALL of my dash/gauge illumination??

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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

I would start by checking the fuses. The Illumination wire is for the radio itself I believe.


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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

Yeah, I figured the Illumination wire would be for only the stereo...and since it liiuminates just fine without it connected, I guess I'll leave it alone.

Would splicing the wires have caused the fuse to blow, though? Or, could it just be a huge coincidence? I guess I need to go through and look at the fuses and figure out which one controls it.

I do know that there are other cables that plug into the dash panel, but I THOUGHT I plugged them all back in. Guess I need to check those, too. The airbag and clock light are on, but the gauge lights and lights for the A/C knobs don't come on...the A/C still works, though.

I've taken the dash off several times before just like I did yesterday and never had it do this. Any idea off the top of your head what fuse it is? Perhaps I can stop by and pick up another on the way home from work.
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Would splicing the wires have caused the fuse to blow, though? Or, could it just be a huge coincidence? I guess I need to go through and look at the fuses and figure out which one controls it.
if the wires touched some metal than ya it could have blown a fuse ,did you leave the positive for the battery hooked up ?

i would check this one, but it can't hurt to check others


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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

The illumination (dimmer) wire is to dim your radio's brightness when you turn on the lights just like the factory stuff does!

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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

Cool, thanks...I'll check that one when I get home.

As for the positive battery cable left hooked up? I'm guessing I did!? I just cut the wires off the after-market harness and spliced them with the wires on the JVC harness...I cut/spliced them individually so not to get them mixed up.

Whatever the positive battery cable was once hooked up to it should still be hooked up the same way. I do have a subwoofer running to it and I'm pretty sure that's the wire it's connected to. On the connector, there was a ground loop wire (I'm gussing that's what it was) that was plugged into the same slot as another wire. I just put those 3 wires together when I spliced them.

Also, when I first installed the aftermarket stereo, I had to cut one of the wires on the harness because the vehicle harness was for <06 models and had the "speed control" or whatever wire running to a different one. Without the wire cut, my speedometer didn't work and all my gauges went crazy.

Now that I'm writing this, it may have had something to do with that blue wire with the loop on it that was also connected to the sub...I'll have to check on that one!
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Cool, thanks...I'll check that one when I get home.

As for the positive battery cable left hooked up? I'm guessing I did!? I just cut the wires off the after-market harness and spliced them with the wires on the JVC harness...I cut/spliced them individually so not to get them mixed up.

Whatever the positive battery cable was once hooked up to it should still be hooked up the same way. I do have a subwoofer running to it and I'm pretty sure that's the wire it's connected to. On the connector, there was a ground loop wire (I'm gussing that's what it was) that was plugged into the same slot as another wire. I just put those 3 wires together when I spliced them.

Also, when I first installed the aftermarket stereo, I had to cut one of the wires on the harness because the vehicle harness was for <06 models and had the "speed control" or whatever wire running to a different one. Without the wire cut, my speedometer didn't work and all my gauges went crazy.

Now that I'm writing this, it may have had something to do with that blue wire with the loop on it that was also connected to the sub...I'll have to check on that one!

no no lol i meant you should always unhook the battery cable before touching wires and such so that they don't ground out and possibly blow a fuse ,i hope you figure this out


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no no lol i meant you should always unhook the battery cable before touching wires and such so that they don't ground out and possibly blow a fuse ,i hope you figure this out
OHHHHH!! Wow, I feel like a complete dumbass right now; lol. I thought you were meaning the power cable wire or whatever going to the stereo that was connected to my car battery (for the amp fuse, or whatever)! LOL

Anyways, I did not unhook the battery cable. Never thought it to be a problem since all I was dealing with was the stereo wires. Guess I COULD unhook it and see if the lights come back on some how. I kinda doubt that will happen, though. I'll be sure to check that fuse and get a replacement. Hopefully that's all it is!!
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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

always disconnect the battery. and its one of the two

on my hyundai, its the orange wire that the dimmer. note, i have an accent. so you need to hook that back up

or you blew the fuse for dash lights. but if you did that, the ac and what not would not light up either


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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

Well, I checked 3 fuses on my lunch break after I looked in the manual to see what other fuses it could be and they were all fine...none of them were blown.

As for the lights on the A/C, they don't light up but the A/C still works. The only lights that are working is the light in the middle of the dash that shows the mileage, the light for the clock, the ambient temperature light, and the passenger airbag light. The lights on the HU also work.

The only lights that are NOT working are the speed/tachometer backlight, the backlight for the gauges in the center dash (torque, voltage, etc), and the backlights for the A/C knobs and cigerette lighter.
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Check your illumination wire. Ensure that it is hooked up properly to you stereo or it is capped off. All the lights you mentioned that are out only come on when your lights are on. That is what the illumination wire does as metioned before. It dims your stereo when you lights are on.

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Re: Hard-wired Stereo and now DASH LIGHTS DON'T WORK!

hmmm........ it might be the bcm then


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Check your illumination wire. Ensure that it is hooked up properly to you stereo or it is capped off. All the lights you mentioned that are out only come on when your lights are on. That is what the illumination wire does as metioned before. It dims your stereo when you lights are on.
You don't have to hook it up, it is only hooked up if you want the radio to dim like the factory does.

As for the blue wire you were talking about, that is most likely your remote turn on wire; that is what turns on the amp when your radio turns on! Might try undoing the three wires you have spliced together, and doing them like they were done before!

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have you checked that BCM fuse that was pictured above yet? (the one in the yellow case thing)

10 bucks says thats it, I popped mine 3 times within like 5 minutes, I hate it

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You don't have to hook it up, it is only hooked up if you want the radio to dim like the factory does.

As for the blue wire you were talking about, that is most likely your remote turn on wire; that is what turns on the amp when your radio turns on! Might try undoing the three wires you have spliced together, and doing them like they were done before!
You are right if youi don't want your lights to dim on your radio don't hook it up. If you have it hooked up wrong or the wire is grounded out, even though you are not using it it will affect the dash light when they are in use. That is why he should at least check that wire out. The illumination wire comes from the cars stock radio harness to the after market radio.

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not using the illumination wire WILL NOT EFFECT ANYTHING

Helping is the act of offering good advise that is based in FACT

What you guys are doing is called guessing.


Sorry for the rant, but its first thing in the morning and this is really starting to urk me for some reason.

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You are right if youi don't want your lights to dim on your radio don't hook it up. If you have it hooked up wrong or the wire is grounded out, even though you are not using it it will affect the dash light when they are in use. That is why he should at least check that wire out. The illumination wire comes from the cars stock radio harness to the after market radio.
You are right, hooking it up wrong would hurt something. But he didn't hook it up to anything; reread his first post! He didn't know what it was for so he didn't connect it! I was just clarifing that not using it will not cause the gauge lights and such to not work. He does need to pull it back out and make sure he has everything connected correctly, and wires not in use securely isolated so they can not ground out!

As for guessing I am not guessing! I am taking what he has put into the thread and using it to help! You need to go back home and roll out of bed the other way grouch!

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that obviously was not directed at you, you gave correct information.

But "even though you are not using it it will affect the dash light when they are in use"
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not using the illumination wire WILL NOT EFFECT ANYTHING

Helping is the act of offering good advise that is based in FACT

What you guys are doing is called guessing.


Sorry for the rant, but its first thing in the morning and this is really starting to urk me for some reason.
on my accent without the dash illumination light, it will not work...

i guess all hyundais are different


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that obviously was not directed at you, you gave correct information.

But "even though you are not using it it will affect the dash light when they are in use"
come on now...
Please don't take my comments out of context.
Obviously, Kartunez got the point I am trying to make. Even if the wire is not connected to the radio if the wire is not secured properly and touching another wire or is grounded out it would affect his dash lights. That is the point I was trying to make. It is FACT that the illumination wire runs from your light switch to the stock radio that is why it dims when the lights are on. If you hook that wire up wrong or ground it may affect the operation of your dash lights. Without physically seeing his car I can only comment on the info that was given. He removed a quick connect for his head unit. He did not hook up the illumination wire from the radio to the light switch. The illumination wire was labeled wrong. His stereo works but now his dash lights don't. He checked his fuses they were fine. Checking that wire, at least to me, would be the next step in troubleshooting.
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that obviously was not directed at you, you gave correct information.

But "even though you are not using it it will affect the dash light when they are in use"
come on now...
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I just really need to know where to get the little led lights in the climate control thing... Does anyone have an idea?
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I just really need to know where to get the little led lights in the climate control thing... Does anyone have an idea?
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this really isnt the thread for that, i would try the interior section not audio.

and 2 this thread was ~3 years old until you decided you didnt need to read dates and bumped it from the grave.

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I am bumping it back from the grave because you all said alot but still didnt solve the issue! sorry but my aftermarket radio wont turn on my dash lights and dome lights dont work my ac lights and odo lights and time light ALL work and ALL my fuses are good every single one yet no radio or dash light or dome light
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In the future it would probably be better to start a new thread rather than bump one that has been dead for years, and reference said dead thread (hehe rhyme tyme) in your post like "I've checked this post (LINK) and am still having issues."

Anyways, we'll need more information about your setup. Did you splice directly into the wires or use a wire harness to plug directly into the stock harness?


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