2016 Challenger - Kenwood P-XR600-6DSP

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Re: 2016 Challenger - Kenwood P-XR600-6DSP

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where is the AR module? behind the radio or by the amplifier?
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Re: 2016 Challenger - Kenwood P-XR600-6DSP

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In the back with the amp
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try this out for me.
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I will try that, but it may be a few days before I get time.
I will let you know the results.
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I finally got time to do this. Unfortunately it didn't work.
At this point I'm willing to just live with the system as is, unless it would help you for me to try something else.
I still have the warning display showing on the dash when I'm getting close to something and the music volume drops.

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with it set up like the diagram i attached if you turn the radio completely of and activate the the rear sensors you should be able to then adjust the volume from the radio.
Also try taking a some speaker and connect it directly to the red and re/black wires and activate the rear sensors and see if it plays out of that.
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I was listening to the radio when I attempted it.
I'll have to try again with my aux cord plugged in and nothing connected (There's no option to turn the radio off)

It will have to wait until I get the system working again though. I drove to work Wednesday and it was working fine. After work there was no sound. I tried radio, ipod, and bluetooth to phone. I checked the connections and everything appeared fine. Last night I checked the fuse in the HRN-DSP-CH3 harness and it was fine. While messing with it, I did get sound twice. Each time was for about 8 seconds then it was gone. The amplifier power light is on. Should the Maestro AR have a light on?
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kwkride wrote:
Thu Jun 11, 2020 7:38 am
I was listening to the radio when I attempted it.
I'll have to try again with my aux cord plugged in and nothing connected (There's no option to turn the radio off)

It will have to wait until I get the system working again though. I drove to work Wednesday and it was working fine. After work there was no sound. I tried radio, ipod, and bluetooth to phone. I checked the connections and everything appeared fine. Last night I checked the fuse in the HRN-DSP-CH3 harness and it was fine. While messing with it, I did get sound twice. Each time was for about 8 seconds then it was gone. The amplifier power light is on. Should the Maestro AR have a light on?
No the AR will not have a light on it when powered up
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