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you must buy one of these camera and install one in the front of vehicle and one in the back to inew927hd. read the following (With front or rear camera installation, the screen on the INE-W927HD
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You might want to try checking all of your fuses. In newer vehicles there are generally two fuse boxes, one in the engine compartment under the hood and one in the vehicle, usually under the dash or in a kick panel. There may also be a fuse inline on the wire harness or on the back of the deck.
I had a similar sounding problem with my stereo and got the following response here...
"It sounds like a bad ground wire connection-you want to check the rear of the head unit and make sure that your wire harness is very secure to the unit clip the ground wire and run your own ground wire to somewhere-anywhere where you can safely ground that wire to the chassis I actually attached my ground to the rear of the cigarette lighter because you KNOW that it has a dam good ground to manage all the current it takes to light them coils orange like that"
I took the advice and it worked out great! Give it a try and see what happens.
You can check out the parts available from Panasonic at thier web site - here's the page with the parts list that are still available: http://www.pasc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsList.asp If you don't want to do that - I'll buy the unit at a reasonable price. The unit in my motor home that I just bought doesn't work and the wiring harness is integral to the dash wiring harness since it was factory installed so I want to replace the unit with an identical unit. eMail: Gene-Bostwick@Comcast.net