Don't even buy from teyes, I have the canbus and it still doesn't work, save yourself the headache.Alibaba confirmed that the CC3 doesn't use a canbus decoder for my car (2019 Toyota Tacoma) because it's not a "premium vehicle".
What am I missing out on without the Canbus decoder? They told me steering wheel controls still work. Will the head unit just not be able to tell when the door is open, etc?
Can I use the canbus decoder from my Joying unit on the CC3?
I know this is an old post, but did you ever figure out what was wrong? Same thing is happening to my cc3I've got an issue with my CC3 that the seller doesn't seem to be able to give any guidance on, and it's a weird one. I installed a sub in my car right before this started happening, so it may be related. Every once in awhile, maybe every 5th time I start the car, only the sub has any audio, the rest is silent. After a lot of troubleshooting, I discovered that unplugging the canbus decoder and plugging it back in (while still running) was the only thing that would bring the music/sound back to the regular speakers. The sub is the only thing plugged into the harness, which has like 4 other RCA connections. My car only has 2, so it normally works with the other harness. I tried plugging in the 2 RCA cables for my car's factory amp to each of the 4 on the same harness as the sub, but I get no sound at all from any of them.
I also noticed that while my SWC and such work (canbus controlled), if I go to the car settings for canbus type, it appears to be reset. Has anyone run across this before ? The only solution I can think of so far is to wire a switch to the dash to toggle power to the canbus decoder when it goes quiet, since taking the stereo out every other day is bananas.