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Wiring i need a new wiring diagram 4 a panasonic cq-c1303w car stereo and need to know how to install it to a car with the old wiring table (98 honda odyssey) thanks need to know asap had to put that it was a car video player as it was not listed thanks

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    I have XO Vision XOD1742, Ica't get the wires right

    all the time I lost the memory, I check the wires

    Black ---- G

    Red--------SW

    Yellow----P

    And no work

    Please Help

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I HAVE ONE SCREEN LANZAR SVTV7R, I NEED THE POSITION AND COLOR WIRING OR DIAGRAM ELECTRIC THE CONECTOR. THANK YOU.

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