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Re: NO DVD PIC
Do you have the manual, on a kenwood i think the brake wire is green, this wire is usually quite long, long enuff to go from head unit to your handbrake. You need to connect this wire to the vehicle chassis( ground). This may sort you out. You would normally have a message saying parking brake not applied. Do you get a display when listening to radio or cd????
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It is probably that the parking safety wire wasn't hooked up properly, or at all. Most in dash dvd players are equipped with a motion safety device to prohibit the driver from viewing movies and such on the monitor while the vehicle is in motion. The wire for this needs to be hooked to the parking brake light wiring. This will ensure that when the parking brake is on, the dvd can sense that the vehicle is stopped, and should therefore show the image.
On the Back of the DVD Player there are probably two blue wires. One is for the amp turn on and the other is the power antenna wire. Whats happening is when you turn the radio on the blue used for the power antenna is trigger and puts out a 12vlt signal to push the power antenna up.. So when you look at your factor car harness..be sure the wires are correct..on one wire is gonna be for the amp turn on and the power antenna. use the amp turn on the to a different wire that is connected to the factory amp. You can get a diagram from your dealership. With the correct wires in the right positon, you will get sound out of your vehicles speakers.
Did you install it, they generally sense whether youre moving by having a connection to your handbrake, if this is not connected the unit thinks youre moving but usually gives an on screen message. To disable this you usually have to ground the brake sensor wire( connect it to the body of the vehicle) YOU TRY THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!