Question about Dual XDVD8181 Car Video Player
Look for the fuse box under your dash, (its some times installed under your steering wheel.) if its not there look under your hood inside your engine. somewhere there should be a fuse box. now... once you find it on the cap, lid, or door that covers the fuse box look for the fuse that says "stereo" or "radio" its usually a 15amp fuse. (most cars).... pull that fuse and turn the car ON and make sure that was the fuse for the stereo. (in this case the XDVD8181) it should not be ON... (the car should be ON and the indash should be OFF) leave the fuse OFF for 6 minutes that should be enough time for the indash to reset. once you have done that replace your fuse and turn your car back on, your indash should be back on and running...open your screen, you should have the ENTER CODE screen up. Now the default code is 0000. if you for some reason forgot your code OR your code is not working, Call this number- 1-866-382-5476 they should help you from there.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2010
Try reseting the radio by having an auto machanic or someone at a auto parts store to take off one of the battery cable to reset your system..
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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