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Jensen vm9312 SRC light is red but nothing else.

It blew the radio fuse I replaced it now nothing on the radio. I wired it up properly as far as speakers and power. I have not hooked up the brake or reverse wires i have no idea how to. I just wired it to my plug for my wiring harness in my 98 F 150

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SOURCE: how do i do to bypass my jensen vm9312

go to www.ecoustics.com then click on forum at top click car audio then multimidea. and read Teir are bypass codes for several models here.just have to look for them.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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You first have to figure out which one of these wires goes to ground potential when the brake is engaged. Get a digital multimeter set it to read resistance (turn the dial to the omega symbol)and then connect one end to ground of the car try the outer ring of the 12 cigarette lighter and the other using the tip to pierce the insulation of one of the wires, then press the parking brake. The meter with the brake not pressed should have ---- when the break is pressed the meter should read 0000 or some value less then 1.000 ohm. The wire that goes to ground when the brake is pressed is the parking break wire and attach your DVD player brake wire to that. My money is on the solid green wire.

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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Hi,

The wires you posted need not go anywhere not unless you have a device that will attached to them.
antenna power - connects to the motor of a telescopic external car antenna. When you power on the unit, it will automatically raise the antenna;
amp power - connects to an add-on/external amplifier. This switches/triggers the amp to gon when the Jensen is powered up;
reverse - attaches to the reverse light of your vehicle. This will tell your unit that you are reversing and will activate a rear view camera.

As earlier stated, if you do not have any use of these devices then there is no need to connect the above described wires to anything. Connecting them to the ground would have a bad effect on the internal circuitry of the Jensen since they are meant to supply power and therefore are connected to the B+supply when the Jensen is powered except for the reverse which would sense a 12V from the vehicle's transmission. Connecting them to the constant B+12 would have no ill effect except that your Jensen would always be on.

Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Nov 20, 2007

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SOURCE: JENSEN VM9312 CAR DVD PLAYER HOW

go to am/fm
then open the settings screen
next on your remote type 5,4,3,2,1,0 listening for each beep
a new screen should come up
after that look for brake override

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go to a audio local seller and ask them if they have one they should be able to get you one

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