Hi, yes sure you can. Just be sure when disassembling to make notes where necessary to keep track of where parts go-and when you get to the lamps ( either under or in back of the meters-use a volt/ohm meter to measure to voltage so you know the size to replace them with ie.. a 6 volt or 12volt. be careful when powering on a disassembled unit ( no parts touching each other, touching a metal part of cabinet) and if you want you can wrap some electricians tape around loose or exposed parts for safety. Good luck, I hope this was of some help and thanks for choosing FixYa. Prodzilla
The pb180 has High Input receptacles on the back end. They are marked High Input and identified as Channels 1&2 left/right, and channels 3&4 left/right. You will need to identify all speaker wires coming from your head unit ( left front +&--) , and so on. You will be sending the speaker wires from the head unit to the pb180's High Inputs. In other words, the front left speaker wires(+&-) from the head unit will go to the High Input Channels 1&2 side, left input of the pb180, and so on, so the speaker wires coming out of the head unit will need to be cut. And LABEL all sets of speaker wiresbefore you cut them! Then on the OUTPUT end of the pb180, you will be sending the wires back to the the respective speaker wires which are going to the speakers. So it's out from head unit to pb180 and out from pb180 to speakers.
Hopefully you have the plugs that Pyramid uses for the speaker wire inputs to the amp. If not you have to get creative, and make up terminals to fit into the input receptacles. Maybe a wire terminal from Radio shack will fit those pins..
Also, if you go on line: Google search "Pyramid auto amps" and click on "SEARCH" (upper right hand) of their Web Page. Plug in your model number like this, pb180, and you'll be able to download the manual for this amp. The manual has a full description of the wiring options.
Hello K Severtson, I suggest you check the contacts of the batteries, that they are clean, without any kind of dirt, also try to change the batteries
To know if your remote control is broadcasting, take your cell phone, put it in camera mode and point the emitting Led of the remote control to the camera,
press the keys and see if the emitting LED lights up, if it lights up, the remote control would be emitting and there could be a problem in the remote control receiver on the equipment
If it was the remote control, I send you the link of two sellers on the Internet
I hope you can solve the problem
Greetings Franco Dosil
Hola K Severtson, te sugiero que revises los contactos de las pilas, que se encuentren limpios, sin ningun tipo de suciedad, tambi?n prueba cambiar las pilas
Para saber si tu control remoto esta emitiendo, toma tu celular, pon en modo c?mara y apunta el Led emisor del control remoto hacia la c?mara,
presiona las teclas y f?jate si se ilumina el Led emisor, si se ilumina, el control remoto estar?a emitiendo y podr?a haber un problema en el receptor de control remoto en el equipo
Si fuera el control remoto, te env?o el link de dos vendedores por Internet
Espero puedas resolver el problema
Saludos Franco Dosil
Dont know how to set the time for the alarm, but to switch it off press and hold the menu button until it asks if you want to reset the radio and then follow the instructions. It means you have to reset radio every time but at least it stops pesky alarm going off...