My dvd player has been stolen. I have the cable that use to go in the back of it and a friend has given me his panasonic dvd player but it doesnt have a power lead etc. Is there anyway i can rewire the bmw cable or get a different adapter to make it all work?
Every car and every stereo has a different plug and socket arrangement. Your best bet is to google search Car Audio in your area, and get a shop to take a look. They will be able to source the exact adaptor you need, with no mistakes...
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from my experience your 2011 sienna van has to have come from toyota pre-wierd for you ez connect dvd play ... and you must also have the ez connect video monitor with wireless head phones if your model sienna van is not pre wired then you need to take back the dvd player and buy a tft lcd monitor and dvd player all in one with wireless fm modulator and wireless head phones... and have it installed by a mecp certified installer at a quality shop... i could sale u one but not in your area. they go for depending on size of screen and mounting room 299.00 to 600.00 then add install price depends on quality and size of screen
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all wires are properly coverd right. and u are using the right wireing harness. and matching the white/black to white/black and white to white. if the wires are all matching and none are wrong i would take back the cd/dvd player
The Vehicle should a stereo harness outlet socket on which the new stereo should be connected least requirign wiring individual cables. Once the new stereo has been acquire from retail, a compartible cable socket connection between the parts in the vehicle with the new stereo should simple fit in place. Inquire from the auto retailers about the most available compartible socket cables connection to suit a BMW as the defautl vehicle to a new stereo device. Versatile connection socket connector cables would snap in place as compartible to any stereos.
If you are using the component output from the dvd player (3 wire video) progressive scan connect corresponding cable to tv . Besure to match colors. If you are getting a black and white double image you need to set the output of the dvd player to progressive scan. See owners manual for dvd player to set this. The yelow color jack on the tv is composite video and is not compatible with the 3 wire video .
The FRD03-DVD allows you to replace the factory head-unit and retain the audio and power to your OEM DVD player. With the FRD03-DVD, the audio from the OEM DVD player is connected to the auxiliary input of the aftermarket radio to allow the DVD audio to be heard over the vehicle's audio system.
The FRD03-DVD harness consists of a molex-plug, stereo RCA audio male connectors, and red and black wires ending in "pigtails".
1) Connect the molex plug into the OEM harness.
2) Connect the RCA audio connectors into the "AUX" inputs of your aftermarket head unit.
3) Tap the red "pigtail" wire into the "accessory" lead of the vehicle radio harness (also usually red).
4) Tap the black "pigtail" wire into the "ground" lead of the vehicle radio harness (also usually black). Alternatively, the black wire may be terminated with a ring terminal and secured to a metallic ground nearby.