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I have a jensen vm9311ts, dvd w/ 7 in lcd screen. I was installing it and it accidently =) fell out from my dash. the Yellow, Battery wire came out of the harness of the stereo... I tried to plug it back in, but no power=(

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Yellow is top wire, ground is bottom wire all ther way to the right of the harness
Mine falls out so I superglued them in haha

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