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    When the ignition is off.

    I presume this drains the battery, but for the life of me can't figure out to how to turn it off (unless it's meant to stay on?)

    When the ignition is off, I can swap between radio and aircon controls, but nothing happens when I try to press the buttons.

    Spoken to Declan today about this, and it could be a sticky relay, although I just wanted to ask about here to see if anyone knew a quick way / setting to use.

    Cheers!

  • #2
    hey man never heard of it myself but most ppl have removed there by now 2 questions 1 where do you live and is it the early or late model tv system if its the early model i have a whole working tv setup might be able to trouble shoot it thatway

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GT-50-AR View Post
      where do you live
      ...in a place where they suck at cricket, and rugby, and literally every other sport they play Australia at...

      no seriously. i've had a similar issue with the aftermarket deck in my soarer. I have to manually switch off the deck when i hop out. I found its something to do with the wiring. thats where your trouble may lie..

      see the deck is supposed to be powered off two 12v lines, one red and one yellow.. but after i got the multimeter out on all the wires coming onto the stereo, i found that there was only 1 12v wire, wheras literally every other toyota has 2! I think the second wire has something to do with the ACC/IGN circuit (the yellow one). What i found with mine, was that someone had done a bit of a dodgy and taken both the red and yellow wires and soldered them onto the same 12v line and then put an inline fuse on the yellow wire for safety purposes.

      I cant tell obviously coz im not there, but i reckon its wiring. Yes you can switch between the controls of different things, but you cant use them coz those devices have effectively shut off with the IGN turned off. they're wired/working perfectly.. its the TV thats not.

      JZZ20 1988 Soarer GT Twin Turbo
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      • #4
        Thanks for the reply guys...

        It's a 1986 Z21 (older version?)

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        • #5
          Doh! Figured it out.. I have to turn the key fully, press the button on the steering column to turn off!

          Anyone know what the 'auto' button on the right side of the steering column do?

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          • #6
            By right, do you mean the "auto" button on left side of the steering column.if so, --> Depressing the auto button will make the steering wheel and upper column tilt upwards when the key is removed.When the key is re-inserted the column will auto tilt back down to your set position. Nifty little feature that makes getting outta the car easier. Especially when its lowered.
            Last edited by mini_me1209; 16-06-2008, 05:38 PM.

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            • #7
              hamgatan my installer at work could proberly sort that out for ya if ya feel like coming for a drive.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mini_me1209 View Post
                By right, do you mean the "auto" button on left side of the steering column.if so, --> Depressing the auto button will make the steering wheel and upper column tilt upwards when the key is removed.When the key is re-inserted the column will auto tilt back down to your set position. Nifty little feature that makes getting outta the car easier. Especially when its lowered.
                Damn, I wish my GZ20 had somethin like that.. I don't use the tilt cause it's too much effort.. but yeah it sucks having to "fall and slide" into the seat Getting out is easy cause the door sill acts as a handrail

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dee_Dee View Post
                  hamgatan my installer at work could proberly sort that out for ya if ya feel like coming for a drive.
                  probably..but i went over every wire hey, and only 1 12V showed up.. haha.

                  doesn't matter though, i completely took the stereo out now. i cbf with it. im stripping half the guts out of my soarer.. interior is going the way of the dodo and im whacking 2 bride fixed backs in the front. gauges are going to live in the stereo DIN. was going to be adventurous and fuck the aircon off as well but im going to hold off on that one just for a bit..

                  JZZ20 1988 Soarer GT Twin Turbo
                  1JZ-GTE + R154 + Garrett T04S/External Gate + 550cc + Bosch 040 + KoyoRad + Custom Plenum + 90mm TB + Kaaz 1.5Way + Cusco Comp-S + Cusco Strut Brace + Nightpager 4 Pot Conversion + HID's [GZ 20 WA]
                  | Black Knight
                  JZX90 1993 Mark II Tourer V Sugoi Ne~! | 270rwhp of Green Apple Splatters!
                  GDB 2003 Subaru Impreza WRX Stock and in MINT Unmolested Condition.
                  B7 2005 Audi A4 TFSI Quattro Turbo Keepin My Pimp Hand Strong.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mini_me1209 View Post
                    By right, do you mean the "auto" button on left side of the steering column.if so, --> Depressing the auto button will make the steering wheel and upper column tilt upwards when the key is removed.When the key is re-inserted the column will auto tilt back down to your set position. Nifty little feature that makes getting outta the car easier. Especially when its lowered.
                    Left, sorry, my bad.

                    Awesome, will try that later, cheers!

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