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here is what you can use take a rca cable to 3.5 mm cable buy a fm modulator
then you can wire up the fm modulator to the jensen radio red power and black ground unplug your antenna from radio plug it into fm modulator and then connect antenna of fm modulator into your jensen radio antenna spot . the connect the rca cables to the fm modulator and then other end into the ear phone piece on ipod .
follow the instruction that come with fm modulator
you will have to tune your radio to a station like 88.9 or which ever you pick from the select ones fm mod gives you to hear you ipod .
either the antenna wire has become unplugged from the back of the radio, or there is something wrong at the antenna.
Remove the dash panels in front of the head unit. Remove the screws that hold the head unit in place. Pull it out slowly and carefully. Look for a thick black wire that is unplugged from the back of the radio. If it is plugged in, make sure its in all the way. If it isn't simply plug it in.
If you find that the antenna is plugged in, you will have to check the connect to the antenna its self.
Ensure you have this cable (Panasonic Car Audio CA-DC300U iPod Connection Cable for Panasonic Car Stereos) or if you are wanting to put a Ipod with video you will need the CA-VDC300U. The cable plugs directly into the back of the radio or to the CYEM-100U expansion module. Once the cable is plugged in and the radio is installed (if you hooked the cable up to the back of the radio) turn your car on so the radio works, when the radio comes on hit your source button that allows you to switch between the DVD player and the radio. You should now see a button that shows your Ipod. This will allow you to control your Ipod through the radio and the cable will ensure you Ipod is always charged. This should work if you have the correct cable...I actually just hooked up my Ipod to the exact same radio today using the CA-VDC300U and the expansion module.
You can connect your ipod to the DDX7015. It has a set of female (if I remember correctly) A/V inputs on the back. Youll need a stereo male RCA to male 1/8" adapter from Radio Shack or Wal-Mart. It will have a set of the red/white or red/black male RCA jacks on one end and the male headphone style jack to plug into your iPod on the other. Just set the Kenwood to the correct input and your on your way. I used the input on the back to hook up one of those 5 in 1 Ms. Pac Man joysticks to the unit so my wife can play video games when we're on road trips...very nerdy, but very cool.
I had the same problem. I had to take the cover off and mess with the tray. It was as if the tray had slipped back a bit and so it was not sensing the DVD. I pushed it forward and heard a click and it worked after that.
You must have Battery + power on both the Yellow wire at all times. To get the Radio to operate, you need power on the red and yellow wire. Battery neg(-) is also imprtant, Besure your Black wire is definitly connected to the frame of the care and you can read voltage from the supply power to the black wire. Sometimes you have to remove paint from the area you connect the Black wire.
You need to identify the four wires that carry the DVD audio in the factory plug, and re-wire them to RCA plugs that can be used with the Auxiliary input RCA jacks on your Pioneer unit.
The four wires should be:
Left (+) light green
Left (-) white
Right (+) red
Right (-) black
The easiest way is to purchase some inexpensive RCA cables (or better yet, speaker wire with RCA ends). Cut the cables and wire the center pin conductor wires to the (+) audio wires in the stock plugs, and connect the outer shield conductors to the (-) wires. Then connect the RCA plugs to your head unit's auxiliary input jacks.