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Nothing I GOT THE PINK WIRE TO THE SWITCH AND I ALSO HAVE THE SWITCH GROUNDED, THE LIGHT COMES ON TO THE SWITH SO I KNOW POWER IS RUNNING TO THE SWITCH. I INSERT THE DVD AND CAN HEAR IT BUT THE BLUE SCREEN COME S UP. I FLIP THE SWITCH ON AND OFF NUMEROUS TIME AND WAIT BUT NOTHING HAPPENS

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Please tell me your exact model number of Jensen TV, or what ever tv it is. Why does your switch have a light?

When you toggle the switch, you have to do it 3 times, waiting 2.5 seconds in between. There is also a way to overide the switch altogether in a progrmaming mode on some Jensens.

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My screen. On my valor is not working at all can not see anything , but radio works fine. What is wrong please help


  • If you haven't found the answer (or your like me and you found a post because you were looking for the same answer)...
  • Is the PINK wire connected to GROUND? (Legally in most states it should be connected to something that is only at GROUND when the vehicle is in PARK). When this wire is not at GROUND potential the video screen does not come on and stays black in any of the VIDEO modes.
  • When the source is RADIO the screen will function no matter what pink has going on.

  • The PINK wire is a NEGATIVE ENABLE but I don't know if it knows it.
  • When source is DVD with a DVD loaded you should hear the audio even thought the screen is black, of course if its sitting on a DVD menu with no sound you won't really know.
  • This is a PINK wire coming from the head units modular plug. not the bundle of wires that comes through the grommet but the plug that is removable. Not to imply that I have ever seen another pink wire. Well once I drank a lot of tequila ... not a pink wire. never mind.
  • While the wire was labeled on the OEM harness I have seen, the OEM wiring diagrams I have seen only have the description "PARKING" but no color code.
  • Feel free to repost or contact if the pink wire is grounded and the video screen is still acting the fool.

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I have a dvd/cd stereo and it is asking me to install the emergency wire which is the pink wire that turns out to be a ground where do i hook up inorder to watch the video while car is in motion


you need to install a toggle switch run one terminal to a ground wire or any metal grounded to the car and hook the pink wire to the other terminal. flick the switch off and on a couple of times to bypass the warning screen.

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I doesn't work


gound pink wire in order to make video play

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hook up the ground with the pink and when you are in am/fm mode hit the dvd set up button on the remote, input the no. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0 make sure it beeps after every no. has been pressed. then it should bring up the hidden menu select the hammer option and turn on the brake bypass option. your done.

i took this from the uv8 brake bypass. it works on the uv9.

Nov 12, 2008 | Car Video Players

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Product jensen uv8 nov. 2007 model in a trooper 1996 auto


Hi,

The pink wire in most instances is the DVD's sensor that the vehicle is not in motion and is parked. It then allows the DVD player to display the movie not the warning message nor the blue screen.
Your description "...pink wire on a bolt attached to the body..." indicates that said wire is constantly grounded. The DVD then cannot sense that the vehicle was parked. What this tell us is that the pink wire must first have a +12VDC before it is grounded. This changeover from + to 0 is the trigger. What is required is to have a single pole double throw switch. One end terminal is wired to ACC B+12 while the other to ground with the center terminal to the pink wire. Moving the switch from position OFF to ON (+12 to GND) simulates the parking brakes condition and will enable DVD playback.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Jun 02, 2008 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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Wiring


yes orange is illumination cap off both they can cause some problems on some cars red is your acc. or switch to ign. brown is mute cap it off pink is your reverse cam hook up if your not running one cap it off you radio is probably not working because your red wire needs power when the car is on

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Usually the wire should be grounded. Connect the wire to a ground point via a switch (is illegal to watch TV/DVD while you're driving)

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HELP


Hit Setup On Remote.
Select Language.
Get Remote And Hit 5,4,3,2,1,0.
Listen For Beeps. Touch “Hammer/Screwdriver” Logo.
Select Brake Override
Switch To Brake Override “ON”
Now Hit Setup On Remote.
And Now Watch Movies.

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have u tried running the yellow wire to the brake wire. it is suppoesed to have some power whe n u press the brake. both wires can;t be grounded.

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