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No control unit necessary????

Is i9t operable without control unit?

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All flip out units need a hide away brain to work. You can probably find one on Ebay. Just make sure all needed wires and cables are included. And hope that unit you acquired is in working condition. Goodluck.

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Do I need a wiring addaptor to install this stereo into my 2004 f150?


Yes, I recommend a vehicle specific wiring harness for the installation to be proper. When installing aftermarket stereo units in some vehciles, it is necessary to insure that all of the vehicles components are receiving power during normal operation.
FYI, to obtain the proper harness, you will need to provide a bit more information about your vehicle, such as 2 door or 4 door, what version of the Ford stereo is currently installed and whether or not the unit amplified.

Mar 08, 2011 | Clarion NX500 Car Video Player

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Cant seem to make the dvd player work while driving.My passengers would like to watch their family dvd's while on a trip.Can anybody help with thuis?Thanks Vince


These units are designed not to allow the DVD player to operate without the car being in park with the parking brake engaged.

Jan 31, 2011 | Alpine INA-W900BT Car Video Player

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How to reset security code on panasonic cd player CQ-VD7003U


ID-CODE

ID Code Setting

Prior to operating this unit, it is advisable to assign a 4-

digit ID code for security. Once the ID code has been set,

the unit cannot be operated if the main power supply is

disconnected then re-connected. It is electronically locked

so that a thief cannot use the stolen unit unless that person

knows the code you have set.

The ID code operation must be performed only by the

person to whom the unit belongs.

Generally, it is not necessary to enter the ID code each

time when using the unit if it has not been disconnected

from the main power supply (car battery).

to 4 digits numeric code

default: none

How to set your ID code (for the first time)

q Enter an 4 digit ID code.

w Enter the same 4 digit ID code again.

How to change your ID code

q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID

code is entered, a new ID code cannot be registered.

w Enter a new 4 digit ID code.

e Enter the new 4 digit ID code again.

How to cancel the known ID code

q Enter the preset (old) 4 digit ID code. If the wrong ID

code is entered, it is not possible to cancel the ID code

function.

w Touch and hold until "COMPLETED!" is displayed.

The ID code canceling procedure is completed.

The unit now works without an ID code.

Note:

¡Should your unit ever require service, cancel your ID

code before sending for repair.

¡The ID code setting cannot be eliminated even by the

memory clear function.

¡The inputted code is not displayed for your security.

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Caution

¡Record your registered ID code and keep it in a

secure location. (Fill in the ID code memo (a

page 46).) If you forget it, you will be unable to use

the unit. In case you forget the ID code, please
consult your nearest Panasonic Service Center.

Dec 09, 2010 | Panasonic CQ-VD7003U Car DVD Player

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I cannot play DVDs without the parking brake engaged how do i bypass this?


I ran across of alot of lcd head units that requiers the parking brake wire connected so it will show the video, (usually just audio if parking brake not on). But if you connect that wire to a proper ground (screen always on) or a grounded switch so you can control it maually (turn it on or off when you choose)

May 30, 2009 | Pyle PLD52MU Car DVD Player

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Player will not shut off at all...


There are typicly two types of 12 + volt connections that could be made to this unit.
1. Constant = continouse 12+ volts
2. switched = Power is controled by the ignition switch.
There is a small internal battery inside that unit that is only used previde power to that units memory, and does not provide enough power to operate the player.
Its possable that the power supply needs to be changed to a switched circuit.
Hope this helps. Good luck...

Feb 23, 2009 | Directed OHD1040 Car DVD Player

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Wiring


The brown wire, according to the installation manual, is the "Mute Wire". Their instruction is:
"Connect to the terminal that is grounded when either the telephone rings or during conversation."

So this appears to only be necessary if you are also using a mobile phone with your system.

The orange/white wire is the "dimmer control" lead, which should be wired into the switch that turns your car lights on and off. This will probably allow your head unit to dim when you turn the car lights on (night time).

Hope this helps!

Jan 10, 2008 | Kenwood Excelon KVT815DVD Car DVD Player

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DNX7100 Remote inop


The problem I had was with the remote control unit for the steering wheel controls. It shorted out. The head unit was fine. But, when the sterring control unit is shorted it also prevents the hand held remote from working.

Jan 01, 2008 | Kenwood DNX7100 Car Video Player

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Code


DURING CODE REQUEST,POINT THE REMOTE CONTROL TO THE UNIT AND ENTER THE FOLLOWS NUMBERS:
55222277 THAT WILL ERASE THE CODE.
P.S.
WHILE YOU ENTER THE NUMBERS YOU WILL NOT SEE ANY CHANGE ON THE SCREEN UNTIL YOU ENTER THE LAST DIGIT

Nov 23, 2007 | Kenwood Excelon DDX-7015 Car DVD Player

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Avic D2 Won't Complete Initialization


you can open up the unit if you are savey enough and clean the ribbon with an alcohol pad. it worked for me and ever since i did that the door hasnt frooze up on me.

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