Question about Car Audio & Video
You unit I am guessing is an in-dash unit that someone else installed. You can't legally watch a DVD in-dash while your vehicle is in motion, only when you are at a dead stop with the e-break set. As for it not holding memory, it sounds like your wiring needs to be checked and at worst your electrical system is having problems. I recommend that you take your car to a local car audio shop and have them test your wiring, you can ask them about the re-wire for DVD active while you are there.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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