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VIDEO DISTORTION Sir, i am car i four screen runig with SOny DVD Player. When my can is in Switch mode is works perfectly. Bot when i start the engine there is a distortion. please give me solution for this problem

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  • Victor_Ceden Dec 16, 2008

    Have same problem, when turn on engine, video start to shake, on ACC position works perfect. Could be a electrical problem?. Thanks for any help!!!

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Check some of your wirings.. make sure nothing is peeled off and touching any metal OR buy a car voltage regulator.

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