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Pioneer avhp6500dvd i have the avhp6500dvd player and got it all hooked up except for the brain right now.im just going to play cds in it till i get the cords to the brain.well the screen will come out but there is no pic on it.it will play cd but i need the touch screen to use it.the only thing that aint hooked up is the e brake switch.would that keep the monitor from working at all.

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  • cambird Feb 02, 2008

    WELL THERE ARE 2 WIRES ONE WHICH IS BLACK THAT WOULD BE THE GROUND AND THE OTHER IS LIKE A LIGHT GREEN.HAS THAT ONE GOT TO BE HOOKED TO THE E BRAKE POWER SORSE

  • cambird Feb 02, 2008

    OK SO IM GOING TO HOOK THEM 2 WIRES ONE TO A POWER AND ONE TO A GROUND.DO I GOT TO RUN IT TO THE E BRAKE OR CAN I JUST HOOK IT UP TO THE POWER AND GROUND BEHIND THE RADIO.

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Yes it would stop it from working cuse of safty issue have to ground it or install it on break ok

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    by law for thatto turn on and work man has to be on break grounded properly or it wont work ok rate me as fix ya

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    no do not buy a screen

    just do what i said

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    MUST BE HOOKED TO BREAK PARKING safty feture built into kenwood thers ways to bypass it so when u drive u can watch it but has to be grounded well

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    yes iu got it and ground it

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    nick helpap Feb 02, 2008

    u can try see if it still works sum will sum wont thx agian mark me as fix ya

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Hi,

theres a bad connection on the ribbon cable or its broken or cracked.. I hope you can find one with having to purchaqse a screen Good Luck

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    You can also check the manual if u wan't it will solve ur problem..
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