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My wife has a 2002 Camry with JBL sound system with amplifier. I installed a Pioneer AVH-280BT and used a Metra 70-8113 Amplifier Integration Harness. After matching the wires and plugging in the RCA Outputs to the back of the Pioneer radio, I was only getting sound of out the front speakers "and tweeters". I adjusted the RCA Speaker Outputs, and now only getting sound out of the rear speakers, after countless combinations, I can only get music out of 2 speakers at once "example left front and right rear or right front and right rear, left front and left rear, left front and right front, etc...." After further inspection, i can only get sound of out the far right RCA jacks on the pioneer radio, i have a photo bellow for reference. It does not matter what speaker combination I use, it only works for the far right RCA jacks.

When i hook up my front speakers to the far right RCA jack and my rear speakers tot he far left RCA jack, i do get a weak "subwoofer" sound coming from the rear speakers but no music. What am I missing? I appreciate any help, thank you!

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We know that many have used that adapter and it works.

Time for you to hire a professional or call tech support.

You need to make sure that you understand the settings in your Pioneer. Sounds to me that you have the subwoofer settings, balance/fader, rear speaker output, high/low-pass filters,.... and other Pioneer settings set incorrectly. Read the owners manual.
 

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http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/1...148-installing-aftermarket-deck-02-camry.html

We know that many have used that adapter and it works.

Time for you to hire a professional or call tech support.

You need to make sure that you understand the settings in your Pioneer. Sounds to me that you have the subwoofer settings, balance/fader, rear speaker output, high/low-pass filters,.... and other Pioneer settings set incorrectly. Read the owners manual.
Thank you for the reply, turns out it was a setting in the Pioneer unit. The front speakers were set as subwoofers, i found a video bellow that explains how to change these settings.

 

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Had similar adjustment that I had to make on two of my Pioneer headunits.

Ya'all making me want to buy a new (3rd) head unit for my Camry so I can do a DIY :)
 
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