Question about Virtual Reality VRVD640G Car Video Player
I'm cheap and don't know if friend of mine fried the stereo so I don't want to buy a harness if I can just rewire it myself
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your best bet is to go to a junk yard and buy a used harness. Those connectors are not soldered or screwed on. Thy are welded, like modern PC boards and replacement. An attempt to reconnect any of the wires would be an attempt into futility. The wires, many times are made of carbon to avoid hearing the noise of the alternator and the electric fan and when you cut it you will lose so much carbon duct that will get you back to the junk yard for a used harness.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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To get passed the brake issue there should be a lose/bear end wire at the back of the head unit - just attach it some how to the metal head unit cage, this should hopefully bypass the problem
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Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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