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Most likely its the ignition wire.. That 12 volt line let's it know when the switch is turned.. If the radio is cutting on it may simply be interfering either that or its too much with the control wire this is why its better to get the one in the dash and run the video moniter off the aux video out instead of trying to run 2 separate units
you need to install a toggle switch run one terminal to a ground wire or any metal grounded to the car and hook the pink wire to the other terminal. flick the switch off and on a couple of times to bypass the warning screen.
there is a wire comming off the back of the radio that should be wired to an emergency brake put the emergency brake on and play movie or remove wire from emergency brake and just hook it to a good ground basically all it is is a ground wire that when the ebrake is not engaged it does not make a connection to keep you from using the tv while you are driving because it is ilegal to have the tv playing while ur driving all you need to do to bypass it is find the wire and just ground it to a solid ground if you had an install shop install the radio by law they have to hook it up properly or you can ask them to leave it and you can hook it up they can not hook it up so that the player plays all the time hope it helped
it sound like the memory wire is hook up wrong, check the yellow wire first then the red wire if still the same problem, connect the red and the yellow wire together to see if it come on it should come on you might have to run a hot wire from the battery in the dash then hook the yellow wire to it so your memory stays on
very easy fix. you can pay thirty bucks on ebay and buy the bypass kit or make it yourself. but the light green wire on the harness has to be hooked up to ground. just hook the light green wire to the chassie of the car and you will be able to see dvds all the time. If you want to buy the kit its not really needed I have a toggle switch on mine just for turning it on and off when I am driving. simple as putting a wire from your chassie of the car(Ground) and then the other from the unit(light green wire) to a switch. hooking it up from Supply to Acc on the switch.
I am just giving a suggestion. I too need to know how to wire this. From what you posted it sounds like you hooked the wire to a constant +12v that is always on. Forgive me if I am wrong. Anyway, Did you connect this wire to rear reverse light power. I think from what you say it is supposed to be connected to the positive side of that light. If this solves your problem can you PLEASE let me know the full details of everything else you hooked up on the circuit to make the backup work. For instance what is the label of the orange wire. TIA.
My Jensen TV/DVD unit came with a media box as well as the head unit. The media box was the interface where my iPod and XM antenna plug in, and everything is routed via a DIN cable from the media box to the head unit. I'd think you're missing that extra module that allows all the auxiliary hookups.