Question about Kenwood DDX-6019 Car DVD Player
Is there a certain format for the video files and a certain way of burning it to the CD/DVD?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the wiring harness there is a green parking sensor wire (PRK SW) that you have to hook up. All you have to do is ground that anywhere on the chassis of the car then youll be set.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Its either pink or brown. Most likely pink as most people buy the downgraded version of this player cause its cheaper. Just connect the pink wire to a chassis ground and you can play dvd's while the car is moving.
<This is NOT legal in most states I do not claim responsibility for ignorance if you do this and try watching a movie while driving.>
Other wise just connect the wire to the e-brake. Careful! That stereo drains your battery quick if you watch movies on it.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
i had this problem, u need to earth a single cable, i think its either brown or green, basically the system wont let u watch films while driving, so bring up the screen which says (parking off) n touch the wires to some metal until it switches to (parking on) shud work then
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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