Question about Kenwood DDX-6019 Car DVD Player
You might have your brown (mute) wire shorting out (grounding itself) near your brake pedal. Locate the brown wire from the rear and make sure that it completely taped making sure that it does not touch anything metal.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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