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Audio/Visual Electronics FAQ

Old 01-06-2007, 06:09 PM
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Q: I have a 96-98 and I just got an aftermarket head unit, why doesn't my keyless work anymore?
A: Because, your factory keyless reciever is in the factory head unit. You'll need to get a special wire harness and stuff your factory head unit back up under the dash if you want your keyless to work again.

Q: I have a 96-00 LX, can I get factory keyless? / How do I program my keyless remotes?
A: Yes! All 96-00 (Maybe 01- up too)Civics with power locks have the reciever for keyless, all you need are the remotes. Once you get the remotes look here for programming instrucations.

Q: What's an Ohm?
A: Ohm is a unit of resistance or, in our case impedence since sound isn't DC. The symbol for impendence is Z. Anyways, here's how to calculate your total impedence.
Z(total) = Z1 + Z2 + Z3 + ...
1/Z(total) = 1/Z1 + 1/Z2 + 1/Z3 + ...

Q:I still can't find what I'm looking for, what do I do?
A: Check out www.the12volt.comfor almost everything you'll need.

Q: I'm a newb, what system should I get?
A: do some homework, the search button is in the top right.

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