Question about Boss AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9255 Car DVD Player
The only way that would happen is if your pink wire is still somehow connected to the e-brake. You need to completely remove this wire from anything and only connect it to ground.
Earth the cable to the back of the stereo casing using a screw or insulation tape, it fools the stereo into thinking the e-brake is on and allows you to watch DVDs on the move. Just use with caution.
Also Disconnect all the speakers from the unit. Be sure to mark which wires go connected together. Connect each speaker one at a time to see if you get sound. Once you connect one speaker, see if you get sound. Then disconnect and try the next one. If you notice that by having only one speaker connected at a time, then there is a short in one of the speakers, see which one does not work. If none of the speakers work, then you may want to try to see if you can connect an external amplifier to it.
One more thing if the parking brake wire is connected or not… hook it up with any metallic ground under the dashboard but that can easily be bypassed by wiring the pink parking brake wire into your stereo ground wire.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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