I installed these without a problem. When i first turned them on they were both on and you could barely see the picture. I mean. I had to shine a flashlight on them to see the no input screen. I disconnected the pass side from power and ground to reroute the wires and when i reconnected it it flashed dim then came on full and works great. I did the same with the other and it is still way too dim. There is no dimmer in the menu. They both use the 12v remote feed for the amps off the deck. They both have the same ground off the deck also. I tried disconnecting the working monitor and that didn't help. I used a voltmeter and everything read what it should be. The inline fuses are all in check. I don't know if there is a wire loose inside or what! I am not affraid of taking it apart i am good with small elctronics. Please help me if you can. Thanks Ryan
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All cars have the video system of not playing the screen when driving, but when it spark and you must press the E-brake
the're is a switch to overpass that system and play it when the car is running
look for the switch and turn it on
or if you replace the battery it might of reset the system and you may have to move the setting around in order to work without the E-brake on
Did you install it, they generally sense whether youre moving by having a connection to your handbrake, if this is not connected the unit thinks youre moving but usually gives an on screen message. To disable this you usually have to ground the brake sensor wire( connect it to the body of the vehicle) YOU TRY THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
if it's still under warranty, rma it. the website for your product manufacturer is http://www.bravoview.com/ I can't say for sure if it is worth repairing or not, it sounds like either the backlight tube or inverter is going out, if it is not under warranty you can disassemble it and locate the backlight inverter then do a search for the part number. unfortunately without the inverter part number i can't give you an idea of the repair price.
the most common problems i have seen with these units are broken or loose ribbon between monitor and processor, blown backlight ccf (black screen, but can see display using a flashlight), inverter or ccfl dying (dim picture, blotchy brightness, flickering brightness)
This would denote some kind of vertical sync problem. I would begin by checking the vert sync circuitry. To do this you will have to have an Oscilloscope, and DVD containing a steady-state picture. The oscilloscope is used to measure the vertical sync rate and the vertical sync pulses. Taking into mind that ther is a video signal present but it is in the black range. If you do not have an oscilloscope it makes troubleshooting this hard. in any event you will also need a schematic to see what waveforms you should be seeing.
If you do not have a background in electronics you may have to have someone who does look at this unit.