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I have just purchased a meos mc701b in car player with gps module.followed the wireing instructions but the power light on the gps box keeps flashing on and off.does the pink wire need to be wired up to the handbrake because everything else seems to be working fine

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The pink cable needs to connected to the either the handbrake or the ground (black) cable

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NO THIS IS OK THE PINK WIRE IS FOR DVD VIEWING

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