I have a 2008 Nissan Exterra. I put in my radio its a linear phase double din fits perfect but the videos arent playing. is it the same thing do i have to ground the pink wire for it to work or will a bypass code take care of that. Please help
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Wow! That's a first. I used to sell both the Jensen AND Phase Linear versions and never a problem. It sounds like a bad unit. You say it plays NOTHING? No CD's OR DVD's that are the factor made?
The only thing I hav up my sleeve is to do a reset on the unit. If it has a button (I don't think it does frm what I remember) use it first, then with the unit ON, unplug the poer plug, wait a few, then plug back in and see.
To fix this issue on the back of the double din touch screen#uv8020, splice the pink wire, and splice into the (black) ground wire connecting them together. This will enable you to watch dvd;s whie driving.
It sounds like you have a factory amp in the vehicle. Check behind the radio to see if you have the blue wire from the deck hooked up to anything. You probably do. So take the blue with white stripe wire coming from the deck and hook that up instead of the solid blue wire.
Hi. The unit is overheating, and in most cases, depending on the car model, you will be able to fit a computer-like cooling fan underneath the receiver pointing outwards in order to help the unit cool down a little better, and prolonging the unit's operation. Usually a double-din aperture is just perfect for these improvements. If your radio mount is a single-din opening, then is gonna be a pain in the back to do something about it. Narrow spacing means overheating, especially when heat doesn't have anywhere to go, packing in the system, ergo, shutting it down for conservational reasons. Go to you nearest car audio store. They'll be able to help you out.