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Directed dv2601 dvd system for car i cant seem to tune the fm transmitter in through my radio any suggestions

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Your car FM radio must hooked ariel / antenna outside car and FM receiver must have capability to receive Transmitter's transmission frequency.
Please let me know radio's FM frequency range.

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Is your am/fm adapter hooked up

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  • Joshua Davis Nov 19, 2008

    and memory wire hooked up

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