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I have a 2004 suburban came factory with flip down tv / dvd side by side I add a second monitor for the third row like the cadillac I need to know where to find a harness or what wires to tap into to get power and video my local stereo shop was no good please help hit me back at crispboxers9@hotmail.com

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If the monitor is in the headliner, you will have to get the wires from it. If the are in the back of the seats, the wires can be accessed under the back side of the seats. Beware, it is a small cable with at least 10 or 12 wires in the cable. I don't know what the wire size is, but it has to be size 60 or smaller.

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  • brian crisp Nov 22, 2014

    Yes there both in head liner the main unit factory I added the scond just need to know what wires to tap into to make it work

  • Randy Ohler Nov 22, 2014

    Most the ones I have seen are plug and play. You have to have one for your vehicle. On the back of the screens/players. there is a port that you can plug into. I have wired in a couple of them. Too much work. Power and ground is easy, the rest is a pain. relay hard to find color codes for the wires. Cross the wrong ones and the screen is dead. You'll need an OHM meter and patience...

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