Question about Clarion VRX485VD Car DVD Player
There should be a green wire if not the wire that states to hook to the e-brake hook to a hot 12v source and that should fix the problem. You may have to ground that wire instead depending on the model.
Posted on May 22, 2009
I tryed the taking the e-brake wire "green" to the Ground and to the 12v yellow. None of these seemed to work. The screen would turn on but as soon as i turn it off and on again it would not work.....soooooooo
Take the E-Brake wire "green" depending on what unit u have, and hook the green wire to a toggle swtich and then ground the switch. You do not need to run power to this swtich. and you can also ground this switch to the ground behind the radio. Once you turn your screen on all you do is turn that swtich back and forth and there ya gooooooo!!!!
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Hook the Green wire up to a toggle switch and ground the other connection point on the toggle switch. Flip the switch on and off 2-3 times and the screen will show your videos.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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