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The pink wire is usually phone mute.

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  • If you haven't found the answer (or your like me and you found a post because you were looking for the same answer)...
  • Is the PINK wire connected to GROUND? (Legally in most states it should be connected to something that is only at GROUND when the vehicle is in PARK). When this wire is not at GROUND potential the video screen does not come on and stays black in any of the VIDEO modes.
  • When the source is RADIO the screen will function no matter what pink has going on.

  • The PINK wire is a NEGATIVE ENABLE but I don't know if it knows it.
  • When source is DVD with a DVD loaded you should hear the audio even thought the screen is black, of course if its sitting on a DVD menu with no sound you won't really know.
  • This is a PINK wire coming from the head units modular plug. not the bundle of wires that comes through the grommet but the plug that is removable. Not to imply that I have ever seen another pink wire. Well once I drank a lot of tequila ... not a pink wire. never mind.
  • While the wire was labeled on the OEM harness I have seen, the OEM wiring diagrams I have seen only have the description "PARKING" but no color code.
  • Feel free to repost or contact if the pink wire is grounded and the video screen is still acting the fool.

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Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Green
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