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Sounds like going over the tracks might have knocked a wire lose behind the dash. The only way to know would be to take out your head unit to reveal what's behind it. Make sure all the cables are securely fastened and it should work again.
Use some other means to ground the video like attaching ti any metal screw directly on the body of the car. Also does this player have a setting which automatically switches to rear camera if u turn on the headlight? Check its manual...sodeep
Take the car to Pepboys and have the codes read, they will tell you what your problem is and get you the parts to fix it yourself or they will do it for you, don't keep fixing untill you find out what it's not. Most likely it's your alternator or bad ground.
the reason your seeing that message is because there is a wire on the head unit that needs to be connected to the parking brake switch on your car. the wire your looking for is a light green color that needs to be spliced into the positive side of the parking brake switch. once you hook that wire up the video portion of the head unit will work but you have to have the car in park with the parking brake applied. if you comment back with the make and model of car your driving i might be able to tell you where the parking brake switch is and what color wire to splice the light green wire into.
Yo, I've got the perfect solution to your problem. Pull out the head unit from your dash. Then, remove the wiring harness carefully from the unit. Now, push in the yellow power wire (even jiggle it a little) making sure it's tightly snug the small port of the wiring harness. Then, plug the harness back into the unit and try turning it on. I've found that the wires come lose easily on this unit. hit me back up at Darkintel74@aol.com.