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I obtained a extra lighter socket . run 4mm wire from socket to starter motor solenoid (big terminal) with 20 amp inline fuse , earth socket metal body to the metal frame. works like a charm and have not had to change other wiring.
sometimes these are on a circuit breaker check with a test light for power in the center of your socket then be sure to check the ground if no ground or power always go back to source this circuit may even have a relay
if you don't need the lighter itself to light up cigarrettes, then get rid of the lighter and using a test light or meter, make sure there is power inside thesocket where the lighter plugs into. if power is already there, then your done and ready to go, if power is not there, then check for an open fuse in your fuse panel...some lighter go directly to the battery, in that case make sure that the wires are not broken somewhere between the lighter socket and the battery
using a test light touch each side of all the fuses one at a time lift seide then right side of fuses. if power on only one side then bad fuse. this fuse should be the same as the radio or acc fuse. also check power to the back of the socket as this connection sometimes burns out.
I have the same problem! The only way to fix this is to replace the motor that spins the DVD. if you take it apart and spin the DVD the movie will play. The motor is just wore out and has no torque to start the play process. I am still looking for a replacement motor for it and haven't found anyone that carries the motor required. Only Audiovox so far and they want 180 to send in and fix.
Similar experience with a D1020. A very small component on a surface
mount PCB developed a cold solder joint and eventually came off
altogether. If you have a small low power soldering iron and
experience with very intricate soldering, you can attempt a repair. Do
not imagine that a repair shop can repair for a reasonable expense.
Buy an adapter such as the one in this link to convert AC power to a 12V "cigarette Lighter" outlet. http://www.amazon.com/Universal-Cigarette-Lighter-Socket-Adapter/dp/B000EG8RIM/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=wireless&qid=1207184215&sr=8-5