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Poblems with grounding!

I've grounded the Yellow/Blue wire and the DVD player works. The problem is if I turn off my car before I turn off the power to the DVD player the next time I turn my DVD player on it will give me the blue screen saying "Engage parking/emergency break to enjoy viewing...." I found if I disconnect the ground wire and reattach it it will work. Is there a way around this slight dilemma? Or do I ALWAYS have to kill power to the DVD player before I turn my car off?

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I grounded the yellow and blue wire to my fog light ground wire, everytime that happens...i just flip the fog light switch twice and it works again =D

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