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Need to buy a remote for my Vm9021ts

How to keep my Jensen VM9021ts dvd running while driving the car. I say people talking about grounding . is there any instruction available with picture? I am very novice about all these and I dont have a remote for the unit. Also would appreciate if someone can tell me where can i buy a remote

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Wat doesit mean to ground the wire wat do u do with the wire

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For your first question. You need to ground the parking wire. I wouldn't bet money on it but I think it is either a pink or a green wire. You just need to figure out which one is the parking wire and ground it. You can go even further and hide a switch so that if the pigs see you, you can flip a switch and they won't know.
I hope this helped.
-Andrew Hawkins

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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To ground a wire is just to pretty much hook it to the negative battery terminal. And since, the body of your car is directly tied to the negative battery terminal, just attach the wire to the body of your car. Some times there is already a ground run and I would typically use one of those. In your case I would just run it to the ground behind the radio. The black wire you hooked up for the power of the head unit is what you need to wire it to. Let me know if you need more help. Good luck
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