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Disconnected cable found. please confirm a connection line

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The unit needs a hide-away brain connected via the big black data cable to make it work to work. Because all your speaker outputs and connections is through the brain. If you don't have the brain, data cable connection is loose or a mal-function hide-away brain then you will get that message on the black screen only. You can buy the brain on eBay or search it up on google if you need one. Hope this will help.

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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there is a large 20-30 pin VGA cable that goes betwen the display unit and the hideaway tuner module. It is the most likely suspect.

Posted on Sep 11, 2007

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just had the same problem. it turned to be the large black cable that goes from the control box to the head unit. hope that helps.

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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Hi the wiring is not fit to your unit! please check one by one to see its fit

Thanks!

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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Hi the wiring is not fit to your unit! please check one by one to see its fit

Thanks!

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there is a large 20-30 pin VGA cable that goes betwen the display unit and the hideaway tuner module. It is the most likely suspect.

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Dissconected line


just had the same problem. it turned to be the large black cable that goes from the control box to the head unit. hope that helps.

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