I have an aftermarket dvd player in my vehicle. i bought the vehicle with the player already in there so i don't have any info on it and no where does it say who the manufacturer is. i need to know who made it so i can order new headphones for it. i have the serial number for the headphones but i don't know if that info will tell me who the manufacturer is.
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Aftermarket car alarms/remote start systems are difficult to install in newer cars since many of them already have alarm systems and immobilizers in place. The aftermarket manufacturer will specify additional modules that must be purchased and installed in order to successfully integrate their product into your vehicle without causing conflicts. Some of these modules are expensive and some even require you to have a spare key for the vehicle to install into the module for it to work. Without more details on your vehicle (Manufacturer/year/model) and the alarm manufacturer ( and model), all I can make is generalizations as to what your problem is....
Just found this and it worked! Hope it does for you as well: There should be a button on the DVD remote control with a headphone symbol on it. Make sure the headphones are turned on(red indicator on earpiece) and push the headphone button on remote. The headphones will only work in the back seats of the vehicle. Once you have audio to the headphones, you should be able to hit the AM/FM button on the radio and listen to the radio while back passengers use the headphones for video.
The cleaning kit is a fix if you have 'dust' on the lens, but will not fix the root problem you are experiencing. It is a mechanical wear problem of the cd-rom player. If you can replace the cd-mechanism, that will solve your problem. But, most people are sticker shocked by the price of an oem cd-player.
There are quite a few aftermarket DVD players now available, and aftermarket CD-players which have new warranties and have features and power that surpass the original decks.
If you want to stick to your original design, though, you can try a salvage yard to see if they have one that works better. But, one is taking a monetary chance by buying a used radio that might do the same thing as your own.
My grandcarvan sxt came with a remote for the DVD system and wireless headphones from KOSS. You have to press the headphone button on the remote to change it to headphones otherwise it comes through the main system. With the button pressed we can listen to cd or radio in front while they wear the headphones in back. You might need the remote to change it back to main system. The headphones from Koss are lifetime guaranty and not too expensive.
my suggestion would be to get an aftermarket dvd player. you cannot get a stock SATURN dvd player installed unless the vehicle had the option from the factory. if it was an option(contact a saturn dealer)it can be done. keep in mind a SATURN dvd player is very expensive, that is why i would suggest an aftermarket one.
threr is an updated rear drum for sienna's rear brake noise.you need to check to see if yours has them already. they are a much thicker and stonger drum. cannot tell you about the player. did not have any dealings with that issues.
I have a 2005 with DVD - but do not have the wireless headphones. I use the AUX button on the front radio to switch between FM/AM/and the DVD Player. I do have headphones jacks in the roof console by the DVD player, but have never used them.