Question about Nesa Vision DVD-8000T In Dash- DVD/MP3 Receiver With Built-In TV Tuner Car Video Player
I purchased a new car with Nesa DVD system already installed. Problem is I need the manual which dealer lost to program or learn how to adjust system for viewing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connector for nesa nsd-695
go to this link and ask them first: http://www.nesavision.com/contact.html They may possibly have a special connector for your model of car, but often these have to be improvised using a wiring diagram (which nesa vision should supply in the manual, or if you ask them) and either intuitively or using the wiring diagram for the car (post again and we might be able to find this for you) you have to match the player's connections to the car ones. If you think you know what you are doing then it shouldn't be hard, especially if you know what was plugged in before (let us know and we'll hunt the diagram). If you are not sure then there is the potential for damage to the unit, the car and yourself - any car electrician should be able to figure this out quickly if he has the manual of your unit. If you need more help then post again and we will do our best; Hope this helps, if not you could post us clear colour photos of the car wiring and any idea if it is original or not. Then if we can get the wiring diagram page in the manual(send a scan if you have it)we can probably help. :)
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
Oh that sucks... I had the same issue with a Sony Xplod Indash DVD Player, You have to contact the Manufacturer, They will either replace the system, or explain to you how to fix it, In my case they replaced mine.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
what i did was put the pink cable(parking brake) and connect it to ground(black) of the stereo harness and then both of them hook it up to the black cable of the car which is ground or negative.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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