Question about Pioneer AVH-P7500 Car DVD Player
I have a AVH 7500DVD installed into my 2000 dodge Caravan and i tried to bypass the ocean green wire that is surposed to be wired to the emergency brake switch by grounding it or putting it on another switch and for some strange reason it still refuses to permit me to view any of my DVD...What could be the issue here??
Simply connect the green wire to the ground of your systemt
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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