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|Publicado: Sab May 19, 2018 9:04 am Título del mensaje: 1970 Bug - Stereo Wiring
I recently purchased a 1970 VW bug sedan. Here is the problem; when I am driving and I have the Stereo on (Aftermarket stereo – Custom Autosound “Concourse Series USA-230) and when I use the left turn signal the stereo cuts out (no sound) and the light on the stereo blinks with the blinker. However the issue resolves it's self when I turn the left blinker off, the stereo goes back to sounding and working normally. I have a 10 fuse - fuse block The stereo's Yellow Wire (Battery - constant power, always ON regardless of the position of the key switch) is hooked up to fuse block in the number #2 (second row from the left / passenger side of the car), see Photo #1. The stereo's Red Wire (Ignition - Switched OFF when the key is in the OFF position) is attached (via a yellow plastic coupler), see Photo #2 and Photo #3 up to a black/white wire that come off a TR Top Relay TRP 412.400 – 49a (I believe). According to my research I think this wire (49a) is the Emergency Switch & Turn Switch. Is there an easy fix to this? Seems like the problem is the Red Wire (Ignition - Switched OFF when the key is in the OFF position) correct?
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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