Yes, but I made a big mistake, even when I did made the connections properly, I didn't disconnect the ground battery. The new device started to fail after I unpluged the iPhone from its attached socket, so I re-installed the old one for a while. After disconnecting the old one (again today) and installing the new one -to show in the video the failures- the car electric system started to fail: The AC comes On everytime I turn the ignition key On, the gauges of the fuel and temperature are frozen and won't go down, the car door light won't come on when the car is Off but they work with the car On, the electric door locks work with manual use of the key but won't work with remote control, the flashing light work but the clock won't do it.
About the new device, the problem was primary the losing of the screen with lines like interference until the screen came blank.
I have disconnected everything, this is to say, antennas and whole wires are loose, nothing is connected to the radio system, neither the speakers. I have disconnected both battery terminals for a few minutes, I have checked all the fuses, and the problem still the same. I have the feeling that if not a grounding problem, something needs to be reset.
I know that it is my mistake to install the new device without disconnecting first the ground terminal, but now I want to know what to do to fix this problem.
Monday, June 6th, 2011 AT 5:56 PM