Bring it to your dealer.hi guys,
I had my honda civic 2012 for about a couple months and my iMid just died today and my power locks also died...i can't even unlock my car with the power locks..have to do it manually. Anybody else have this issue?
Hey, thanks for your response.Without knowing exactly what you did, I do know that the iMid has a safety feature whenever there's a spike in voltage, for example when your battery dies and you need a jump. The iMid won't turn on, but after a few start cycles it eventually will. It's happened to me.
First, check your fuses under the dash, you probably blew a few of them. Also, disconnect your battery, wait 30 seconds or so and re-connect it to see if that helps with your iMid issue.
In the future, be sure to disconnect your battery before messing with wiring, or hire a professional if you don't know what you're doing. Hopefully you didn't ruin anything.
Yes! And I tapped the red wire into ACC, was a 7.5 fuse and I connected the other black wire into ground. Check out the link I posted, it has a wiring diagram!From the link you posted, that reverse cam looks pretty straight forward.
Did you use an add-a-circuit to tap into a power source?
Yes that’s what I am confused about. I’ve done this so many times… this time only difference were the two wires that say Power(+) and Power(-)Yes! And I tapped the red wire into ACC, was a 7.5 fuse and I connected the other black wire into ground. Check out the link I posted, it has a wiring diagram!
Yea.. afraid that was going to be the verdict. Think the ECM/ECU needs replacement? What would be the fix? I know something is fused, that’s for sure.. couldn’t find any fuses under the hood that may have been busted. Would checking relays be next step or swapping ECM/ECU?Ah yeah. That likely meant the black wire was a phase 1 'hot' wire, which meant it was live.
Because a ground/negative wire would not have caused a spark when grounding it.