I just bought the in dash dvd player. i haven't installed it you but i hooked up the power onto my battery and seems like everything is working. however, when i put in a dvd or cd, it says TOC reading and then after a while e1 error shows up. This happens regardless the type of cd or dvd i use. will a dvd cleaner work??
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Yellow wire should be hooked to the constant hot wire in your dash. If you check your wires with a multimeter (if you have one), with your key out of the ignition, you will find it....Only one should have voltage when key is in off position.
Try this. Re-wire your 12v power source to remain in a constant "hot" state. ie: connected to battery instead of ignition acc. Then, when you want to turn units on or off, use the remote or buttons on headrests themselves. This method will leave power to the units when switched off so the internal memory can resume where you left off.
I also have a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan with the exact same problem. From an internet search (how I got here) it seems this is a somewhat common problem.
This issue does not involve a fuse as the changer has power and operates as evidenced by the sound of the changer cycling and the lights are on. Any additional help or any resolution found would be helpful.
I do know from internet research and my experience that this problem is brought on by disconnecting the vehicle battey such as when you install a new battery.
For the manual.
An authorized dealer is required by service agreement to install this wire to the parking brake which creates a ground when applied. The shadetree installer, however can hook to ground anywhere on the vehicle. I would recommend to put it on a hidden switch,as it is illegal to have a video in view of the driver.... and you can turn it off quickly if/when pulled over!