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Every thing works but the movies i can get it to work but if i stop the move or turn car off i lose picture but still have sound. how to fix ???.

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Get the radio out and put the ;brake; wire to ground that will solve the problen in most of those kind of head units but if it does not work i need the brand and model number of your unit

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